Plagiarism and Originality Policy

To ensure transparency, the authors are required to cite any relevant discussion of the work held in any seminar, conference, or workshop. The journal keeps a record of the data to avoid any breach of academic integrity.

The journal values academic originality and the following acts are considered academic breaches:

  • Copying any other work without adequate citation (>10%).
  • Copying someone's ideas or changing the sequence of lines/words (>10%) without reference.
  • Copying some or a major part of someone else's work, such as graphs, figures, or tables, without attributing the original source.
  • Reusing your previously published work. The journal accepts only the unpublished work.
  • For further information please visit the HEC website given below:


Acknowledgment and Republication of Original Work

The publication references in this context adhere to the APA 7th Style, necessitating meticulous scrutiny of each reference to ensure uniformity, accuracy, and completeness. It is imperative that all author names and initials are meticulously documented, alongside the comprehensive titles of journals. With rare exceptions, our publication exclusively features unique and innovative works. Conference papers and archival articles, which are selectively republished in special issues, constitute these exceptions.

Addressing Allegations of Plagiarism

The editorial team of this journal treats allegations of plagiarism with utmost seriousness. This commitment stems from the desire to uphold academic integrity and safeguard the rights of authors. Editors are acutely aware of the potential repercussions, acknowledging that a researcher's career could be irreparably damaged by allegations of plagiarism.