- Publication Ethics
The publication of IJMRAS consists of systematic, conscientious, and comprehensive methods by editors and publishers that need efficient and competent dealing. Also, in order to manage great ethical parameters of publication of quality science, the publisher assures to work in close association every time with authors, journal editors, and peer-critics. Moreover, the statement for ethics for IJMRAS is dependent on those by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) Code of Conduct guidelines that are available at ______.
The necessary IJMRAS publishing ethics for all the groups who are included in the publishing process are as follows: -
Holds a key position in taking necessary editorial decisions on every peer-review that has been submitted for publication.
Also, the editor must uphold the clarity of the academic record & research, preclude professional requirements from coordinating ethical parameters, and always imply to publish rectifications, retractions, and erratum when needed.
However, they evaluate manuscripts for their scientific quality and intellectual data, free from any type of partial decisions dependent on discrimination of gender, race, the religion of the author, or their geographical origin. Additionally, before the publication of any manuscript, the editor must not reveal any information dependent on the manuscripts submitted.
If at any point of time, the publisher doubts any type of misconduct that has been done in research, then a prompt investigation must be done in detail with necessary authority; and if any suspicious act of misconduct is seen in the peer review, it must be solved with due diligence.
Providing a constructive, detailed, and impartial analysis in a given time period on the scientific content of the work.
Symbolizing that the work is concise, relevant, & clear, and then analyzing the scientific and original accuracy.
Continuing the secrecy of the whole process of reviewing.
Informing the editor of the journal about any type of personal or financial conflict of interest and declining to analyze the manuscript when a chance of conflict persists.
Advise the journal editor about any ethical concerns in their evaluation of submitted manuscripts; like any breach of ethical treatment of animal or human subjects or any known similarity in between the earlier published article and any reviewed manuscript.
All the article papers mentioned in the manuscript must be original in nature should be and free from any type of plagiarism. Moreover, the work must not have been published anywhere or should have been submitted to any other form of the journal(s) at a similar time span.
However, any possible issue of interest must be very clearly taken care of. To add, proper acknowledgments to other work that has been reported (individual/company/institution) should be granted. Well, permission should be attained from any data taken in use from other sources.
Only the people who have done any known offering to the composition or interpretation of the submitted work must be termed as ‘Authors’. Whereas other patrons must be referred to as ‘co-authors’.
IJMRAS is pledged to function with journal editors, explaining distinctly their similar roles, in order to make sure necessary decisions pertaining to publication methods and maintain the clarity of editorial decisions.
We make sure that the honor of integrity and innovativeness of every individual article published with respect to:
publication ethics and rectitude
publication and research
timely publication of content
article modifications authorship
conflicts of interest
If miscalculation is discovered after publication, it'll be corrected by an erratum, retraction or in-line (dated) correction. Authors and readers are encouraged to tell the publisher and Editor-in-Chief if they notice anything that ought to be corrected.
Where an erratum or retraction notice has been issued, this may be indicated using the industry-standard Crossmark logo. This logo will indicate if any update has been issued: by clicking the brand readers are going to be informed if the version they're reading is that the most recent, or if there's any revision they have to bear in mind of. For more information about Crossmark, see the Crossmark website: https://www.crossref.org/services/crossmark/ .
Reported errors are investigated by the publisher and Editor-in-Chief, and discussed with the authors. the suitable correction are made after this consultation. Articles are going to be retracted following the COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) retractions policy. If the content are found. data fabricated or honest error (e.g. miscalculation or experimental error)", if the contents are plagiarized, or if the article reports unethical research. See https://publicationethics.org/files/retraction%20guidelines_0.pdf Authors may request their articles to be retracted if they need valid reasons why it should be removed. Misconduct Research and Analysis Journal and also the journal follow the recommendations and core practices of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE, https://publicationethics.org/core-practices) regarding ethical policies and addressing misconduct.. Each case are going to be considered by the publisher and Editor-in-Chief, and altogether cases the author (or reviewer) are going to be contacted directly.
However, the publisher reserves the correct to talk on to the author's or reviewer's institution or other appropriate organization if severe misconduct is suspected. Note that if misconduct is suspected during the review process the manuscript are held until any concerns are resolved. If misconduct is confirmed during the review process the manuscript are immediately rejected. If misconduct is proved after publication then the article are retracted.