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Responsibilities of Authors

Reporting Standards

Information Access And Retention

Originality And Plagiarism

Multiple Publications

Acknowledgment of Sources

Authorship of The Paper

The Corresponding Author

Acknowledgment of Funding Sources

Disclosure And Conflicts Of Interest

Fundamental Errors In Published Works


RESPONSIBILITIES OF AUTHORS


Reporting Standards
Authors having the reports of unique research should show a precise record of the work executed and an objective discussion of its essentialities. Fundamental information ought to be spoken precisely in the manuscript. A manuscript must contain adequate detail and references to allow others to recreate the work. Fake or purposely wrong explanations constitute unethical behaviour and are unacceptable.

Information Access And Retention
Authors might made a request to give crude information regarding a manuscript for editorial reivew and ought to be set up to give open access to such, if practicable, and ought to in any occasion, be set up to hold such information for a sensible time after publication.

Originality And Plagiarism

Authors ought to guarantee that they have written completely unique works, and if the authors have utilized the work or data of others, this must be suitably referred to, or cited.

Multiple Publications

An author must not publish manuscript depicting basically a similar research in more than one journal or primary publication. Presenting a similar manuscript to more than one journal simultaneously constitutes unethical publishing behaviour and is unsatisfactory.

Acknowledgment of Sources

Acknowledgment of the work of others should dependably be given. Authors should refer to publications that have been persuasive in deciding the idea of the reported work.

Authorship of The Paper

Authorship ought to be restricted to the individuals who have significant commitment to the origination, design, execution, or elucidation of the detailed examination. Each one of the individuals who have made huge commitments ought to be recorded as co-authors. Where there are other people who have taken an interest in certain substantive parts of the research venture, they ought to be recognized or recorded as contributors, with a separate section as acknowledgement in the back of the manuscript before the references section.

The Corresponding Author

The Corresponding Author is the author in charge of speaking with the journal for publication. The corresponding author ought to guarantee that all fitting co-authors and no improper co-creators are incorporated on the paper, and that all co-creators have seen and endorsed the last version of the manuscript and have consented to its submission or publication.

Acknowledgment of Funding Sources

Funding agencies for the research in the manuscript ought to be properly recognized toward the end of the article.

Disclosure And Conflicts Of Interest

All authors ought to uncover in their manuscript any financial or other substantive conflict of interest that may be translated to impact the outcomes or elucidation of their manuscript. All sources of monetary help for the venture must to be disclosed.

Fundamental Errors In Published Works

At the point when a author finds a noteworthy blunder or mistake in his/her own distributed work, it is the author's commitment to quickly inform the Editor - In - Chief/Managing Editor and collaborate with the editors to withdraw or revise the paper.

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