Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism, defined as the unethical act of appropriating someone else’s ideas, results, or words without proper acknowledgment of the original source or author, is strictly prohibited by the journal. The journal staunchly opposes any form of unethical copying or plagiarism. Authors are reminded of the significance of considering the context of their research when crediting previous authors for their work.

To uphold these standards, all manuscripts submitted for publication undergo a comprehensive plagiarism check using prescribed software. If plagiarism is detected during the initial review stages, the manuscripts will be automatically rejected and not considered for publication. Manuscripts containing plagiarized materials are considered inconsistent with the standards of quality, research, and innovation. Authors are, therefore, strongly advised to adhere to the ethical standards of the journal and refrain from engaging in any form of plagiarism.