IJIRCST is proved his ethics in publication for quality of all articles. We committed to maintain our standards of ethical behaviour for all the individuals ie: Authors, Editors, Reviewers, and the Publisher.
Every Author must present their objective of the significance of research work as well as proper details along with references to allow others to replicate the experiments. Cheated, fraud and copied work will be rejected. If the article is “Review paper” then it should also be objective and comprehensive with accurate flow of the state of the art. The author has to be ensuring that their work/experiment/study is totally original works, and if it has been used, this has been appropriately acknowledged. Plagiarism is strictly unacceptable all author are suggested to do not copy past from anywhere as our journal is working with “plagiarism check software”. Submitting the same article to more than one journal is unethical for publication and it’s unacceptable. Same research article should not be submitted to more than one journal. The principal author should ensure that there is a appreciable contribution for other author to achieve the paper to its final level.
Editors have to evaluate articles effectively which is based on their academic knowledge. An editor should not use or share unpublished information in the editor's own or other research without the permission of the author. All Editors must take reasonability to responsive measures of ethical complaints which have been presented in the submitted article or published paper.
Reviewers must keep all information of the paper confidential and should not shear with any one. Reviews must be carried objectively, observations and should be formulated clearly with supporting comments while authors can improve the paper. Any selected person who found unqualified to review the work reported in a manuscript will be impossible should inform to the editor and excuse himself for review process. They should not consider articles in which they have lack of interest resulting from competitive or other relationships or connections with any of the authors to the papers.