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Usually, plagiarism happens when an author deliberately uses the work of another author without permission, acknowledgment, or credit. It is also the case when an author uses others' statements, ideas, and linguistic style.

All the new submissions are checked for plagiarism and only the non-plagiarized articles are being sent for review. Minimal plagiarized articles are being sent to author to revise the content. Plagiarized articles are rejected and informed to author. Plagiarism checking will be done 2 times for every article: at the initial stage of review and before publication.

Plagiarism in most can be avoided using the steps below:

  • Attribute references
  • Describing all sources of information
  • Giving acknowledgments
  • Providing footnotes
  • Paraphrasing the original, attributed work
  • For extensive quotations, obtain permission from the publisher of the original work
  • Avoiding self-plagiarism by taking permission from the publisher of the previous article authored by you
  • Obtaining permission for use of published drawings or other illustrations