Publication Ethics

Ethical Standards: We believe that standards of a Journal completely depend upon the ethical publications.

Originality and plagiarism: Authors should provide the clearance letter that submission implies that the content has not been copied, published or submitted for publication elsewhere along with an original signature while submitting their work.Plagiarism is the practice of stealing and publication of someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own. Plagiarism is the capital crime and Immoral. SEJ Publishers strictly withstands against Plagiarism and will handle the situation according to plagiarism policy. Hence, we strongly recommend you to check your content prior submitting your manuscript for publication.

Peer Review System: The quality of research work done by the authors will be evaluated and judged by the expert scientists and will strengthen authors work.

Conflicts of Interest: All manuscripts published by SEJ Publishers undergo strict double-blind peer review process. Authors and Reviewers should disclose all conflicts of interests relevant to the work like Relationship, Financial and Personal to avoid the potential for bias.

Reporting standards: Authors reports of original research should include an accurate and detailed account of work performed as well as an objective of their research.

Hazards and human/animal studies: Manuscript involving chemicals, Human or Animal subjects in research, the author must confirm that legal approval was taken prior to the commencement of the study and should provide written confirmation that all experiments were performed according to ethical guidelines and regulations.

Confidentiality Protection: Journal Editors, Reviewers and Authors are expected to adhere to their Professional and Scientific Responsibility. We always strive to safeguard the ethical standards, confidentiality, and integrity of the authors and their potential work.

Acknowledgement of sources:Proper acknowledgment should be mentioned.

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