Plagiarism is all about using other creative works including text, data, tables, Graphs and figures and presenting them as original research without proper citation. We consider plagiarism as a case where present researcher a research with at least 15% similarity without citation.
Founding any evidence of plagiarism before / after acceptance or publication of research, the researcher will be allowed to refute. In case the arguments are not found satisfactory, the manuscript will be withdrawn, and the author will have the right not to publish articles for a period determined by the editors committee.
Screening for Plagiarism
We use special software (Turnitin) to check each plagiarism claim aiming to prevent any unethical practices.