Publication Ethics

IJASCS PUBLICATION, INDIA – Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice

 

The Editor, Associate Editors, Editorial Board Members, and Reviewers of our journals are expected to act reasonably as stated below. These are intended to assist in adhering to the specific specifications of reading and, as an outcome, the advancement of knowledge's frontier.

 

Responsibilities of the Editor/Associate Editor are spelled out. 

 

  1. When a manuscript is submitted, the Author Editor is responsible for the initial review of the manuscript for importance and content. Based on this, the manuscript could be rejected outright or sent to reviewers for suggestions since being provided a number.

  2. The Editor may use the review reports of comments to establish whether or not an article for evaluation is ideal; this will be needed in terms of review and approval.

  3. The journal uses a blind generally defined, which means that neither the reviewer nor the authors know each other. However, in certain cases, the identity of the author(s) can be revealed to the review if the reviewer believes it is necessary.

  4. The manuscript's confidentiality and integrity by the Editor at all times.

  5. Normally, the Editor sends the manuscript to a peer reviewer, who examines the intellectual content and provides feedback.

Duties of the author(s) are spelled out.

 

  1. The Author(s) must verify that the manuscript they consider writing has not been previously released or submitted for publication elsewhere. If the paper is rejected by IJASCS Publications Journals, the author will apply it elsewhere.

  2. The Authors should ensure that the work is original and that the affiliations of the author(s) have been approved to publish the article if required. In contrast, all of the authors whose names appear in the paper gave their acceptance to their inclusion and the order in which they will be submitted for publishing.

  3. In the case of experiments, the authors should include any additional information or data that may be requested in order to substantiate the findings presented.

  4. Plagiarism is a severe offense, and writers must ensure that their work is free of plagiarized material.

 

Duties of Editorial Board Members/Reviewers are written out.

 

  1. It is the Reviewer's responsibility to keep all manuscript details confidential at all times.

  2. The reviewer could suggest relevant papers that are essential to the study in order to improve the manuscript.

  3. The reviewer will ensure that all sources of information included in the manuscript are properly referenced. Thus, if a reviewer notices a resemblance between the work being analyzed and another work that the Reviewer has previously read, a report to the Editor should be made.

  4. The analysis should be conducted professionally, with a summary of the study's goals and objectives, as well as the Reviewer's thoughts on the manuscript.