Ethics Statement

We take ethical considerations seriously and expect all authors, editors, and reviewers to adhere to these guidelines. We believe that by following these ethical standards, we can maintain the integrity of our publication and contribute to the advancement of science and knowledge.

We require all authors, editors, and reviewers to strictly adhere to these ethical considerations.

Ethical Considerations for Authors:

  1. Originality and Plagiarism: All submitted articles must be original, and the authors must ensure that their work has not been plagiarized from any other sources. Any instance of plagiarism will result in the immediate rejection of the submission.

  2. Authorship: All individuals who have significantly contributed to the research and article must be listed as authors. The corresponding author should ensure that all co-authors have read and approved the final version of the article and have agreed to its submission.

  3. Conflicts of Interest: Authors should disclose any conflicts of interest that could potentially influence the results or interpretation of the research.

  4. Data and Reproducibility: Authors should provide complete and accurate data that supports their research. They should also ensure that their research is reproducible, and any necessary information or materials should be made available upon request.

  5. Ethical Approval: Authors should provide evidence of ethical approval from the appropriate institutional review board or ethics committee for any research involving human subjects or animals.

Ethical Considerations for Editors:

  1. Fairness: Editors must be fair and objective in their decision-making and not discriminate against authors based on factors such as race, gender, or nationality.

  2. Confidentiality: Editors should keep all submitted manuscripts confidential and not disclose any information about the submission to anyone other than the reviewers, authors, and editorial board.

  3. Conflict of Interest: Editors should recuse themselves from any editorial decision-making in cases where they have a conflict of interest.

  4. Editorial Transparency: Editors should provide clear guidelines for authors on the submission process, including the peer-review process, editorial decision-making, and appeals.

Ethical Considerations for Reviewers:

  1. Objectivity and Impartiality: Reviewers should provide honest, constructive, and unbiased feedback on the research article. They should not allow their personal biases or conflicts of interest to influence their review.

  2. Confidentiality: Reviewers should keep the content of the submission confidential and not share any information about the article with anyone other than the editors.

  3. Timeliness: Reviewers should provide timely feedback to the editors, and if they are unable to complete the review within the agreed-upon timeframe, they should notify the editors immediately.

  4. Expertise: Reviewers should have the necessary expertise to evaluate the research article and should notify the editors if they feel they do not have the expertise required to review the submission.

The author will be held liabale if any violation is found in submission or publicaiton.