Plagiarism can be specified as the taking of someone else’s ideas, thoughts, work contents or procedures. It can be done in any type of work, including Research and informative contents.
How to Avoid Plagiarism
- Keeping evidence of the resources you refer in your research.
- Reviewing or quoting from your sources (and adding your own ideas)
- Acknowledging the original author in an in-text citation and in your source list.
- Using a authenticated plagiarism tool before you submit.
Authors must produce their results evidently and without fabrication, falsification, or inappropriate data manipulation. All the articles must contain a minimum of 70% unique content. The articles having below 70% are reverted to the authors for modification and requested for resubmissions with acceptable uniqueness.
Authors should follow publication requirements that submitted work has not been published elsewhere and it is original, is not copied.