Any unacknowledged copying of ideas, results or text or attempt to misattribute original authorship comes under plagiarism. Articles submitted in our journal must not be concurrently submitted for publication anywhere else or published and must be original.
The manuscripts of our journal are evaluated to compare similarity level with other published papers and minimize plagiarized content. We use the plagiarism detection system of iThenticate to achieve the goal of publishing plagiarism free articles. Manuscripts having high level of similarity with already published articles are rejected or sent to the author for revision at the initial stages of assessment by editors. We provide the authors with the similarity report along with the decision to reject the manuscript (if the manuscript is 100% plagiarized) or send the manuscript to authors for revision (if the plagiarism score is not very high and can be minimized by slight modification of the text). Our Journals are member of SimilarityCheck, which is powered by iThenticate and is an initiative of Crossref for helping its members in minimizing plagiarism. We also use Grammarly for the detection of plagiarized content and increasing the quality of the accepted articles.