LET THE FUTURE GENERATIONS OF SCIENTISTS RECEIVE ‘THE BEST’ FROM THE PAST IS OUR MOTTO.
In the arena of scientific research the delinquency and malpractices has been a matter of growing concern for the past few years. The checks and balances need to be applied to prevent these illegal and immoral tendencies. Transferring knowledge to descending generations of scientists, it is ethical and moral obligation of our executive board to pursue a policy so that the scientific literature trickles down in its purest and disciplined form free of contamination.
To rescue the higher values of scientific research from malpractices, contamination, falsification, manipulation, plagiarism etc., Science International feels morally bound to check these immoral trends in the larger interest of scientific literature.
Internationally, the present system of evaluation of research papers in vogue; (two favorable reports of referees), does serve the purpose of quality assurance in general yet, it leaves flaws due to human errors to be addressed and modified. We feel that despite impartial treatment by experts it has been observed that this exercise serves a partial fulfillment of objectives.
In this perspective, Science International feels privileged to introduce improvised system inviting constructive criticism from all over the world at any stage of the publication in order to check plagiarism.
Science International, in this respect, remains committed in letter and spirit to prevent these evil practices by imposing regulations.
Thus, the following regulations to be strictly observed by authors:
i. Submission of article be accompanies by an undertaking that the paper has not been submitted elsewhere in full or short form.
ii. It is important for the writers to be conscious of the plagiarism, respect intellectual property and give credit for other's work.
iii. It is important for the writers not to abuse patented material, trade secrets/marks, private interests or any form of copyrighted information.
iv. It is important for the writers to be just and truthful.
v. The paper should reach its destination composed, strictly in conformity with the style sheet (template) provided on our site in ‘SUBMISSION GUIDE LINE’.
vi. Violation of ethics will be considered as an immoral act consequently leading to black listing of the author.
i. In case the Editorial board recommends the disciplinary measure, the editor-in-chief of this journal will decide the level of the disciplinary measure.
ii. Preliminary recommendations by experts in the field of study be accompanied indicating that the paper is a genuine contribution in the subject cited.
iii. The paper will then be subjected to peer review process and plagiarism devices.
iv. The editorial committee has been empowered to reject paper at any stage if any malpractice is confirmed..
v. Medium of the journal is English. Paper written only in English language is acceptable with emphasis on grammar to convey sense properly.
vi. Acceptance letter will be issued after all the academic and financial matters are settled.