Plagiarism can be seen in research article if someone copies other research work or copies others work without giving appropriate references.
Plagiarism Before Publishing:
Before submitting a manuscript for publication authors are requested to check the plagiarism content. There are so many plagiarism tools are available in online, use online tools to minimize the plagiarism content in your manuscript. If we notice the plagiarism content(> 10%) in submitted articles, such type of articles may not be considered for publication and the same is informed to the corresponding author.
If plagiarism is found greater than (> 30%)
If the submitted article having more than 30% of plagiarism content, the Editorial Staff will return the article to the corresponding author for major revision. However the interested authors should submit again after making necessary revision in the manuscript.
How is Plagiarism Handled
The manuscripts in which the plagiarism is detected are handled based on the extent of the plagiarism.
<10% Plagiarism: The manuscript will be given an ID Number and the same is sent to Editors/Reviewers for review.
Between 11-30% Plagiarism: The manuscript will not be given an ID Number and the same is sent back to author for content revision.
>30% Plagiarism: The manuscript will be rejected without the review. If authors are interested please submit it again after major revision.
Plagiarism is Detected After Publication
The Editor-in- Chief conduct an investigation and contact the corresponding author about the plagiarism content in published article. If we will not receive any explanations from the corresponding author within 7 days, the paper may be retracted from our Journal automatically.