Plagiarism Check strategies
Definition of Plagiarism:
Plagiarism is defined as presenting another person’s works / ideas as one’s own works / ideas.
Presentation includes copying / reproducing without acknowledging the source material. Plagiarism involves copying of phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs or longer extracts from published or unpublished work (including internet sources)
The plagiarism policy ensures authors give due credit to other authors while referencing and it protects academic integrity of the research community.
- Authors are strongly advised to understand about plagiarism before submitting their manuscript.
- All the papers should be checked for any unknown/known plagiarism before submission. Authors should certify that the paper is checked for plagiarism. The manuscript will not be considered for review, if the “declaration of orignality” form does not accompany the manuscript/ work.
- All research papers submitted for publication are checked with plagiarism detection software to verify its originality and find similarity percent of research paper.
- The maximum limit of plagiarism that can be allowed is 10%.
- The authors are mandatorily required use these Plagiarism check software’s for the checking of the manuscript.