The International Journal of Multidisciplinary Informative Research and Review (IJMIRR) is committed to pursuing best practices on ethical problems, mistakes, and misleading statements. One of the editorial board’s significant duties is the avoidance of journal malpractice. IJMIRR sets quality criteria for the acceptance of research papers that are acceptable and most successful. It expects writers to review their compositions for a written falsification test and decide that only exceptional content is submitted for publication.
All of our publications are dedicated to publishing only original content, i.e., content that has not been published or checked elsewhere in other publications. Plagiarism is not tolerated in any manner and if it is detected, all participants will be informed and appropriate steps will be taken and plagiarism will be penalized. Corrected articles can once again be tested to ensure that there are no problems with plagiarism.
Publication Misconduct and managing process
The International Journal of Multidisciplinary Informative Research and Review (IJMIRR) takes care of all facets of publishing ethics for editors and publishers and, in particular, how to treat research and publication misconduct cases. It also provides its members with a forum to address certain cases of wrongdoing and encourages journal editors to ensure that the required teams of experts investigate cases.
Errors in Articles published
If the author finds a mistake in the published text, he or she is obligated to notify the editors or publishers immediately and that the same document should be published as soon as possible. In the event of an error, the author shall collaborate with the editorial board to eliminate the error as early as before it is to be written.
Any information concerning the manuscript submitted may not be revealed by the editor or other editorial member to anyone other than the corresponding author, reviewer, other editorial members, or publisher.
Publication Redundant / numerous submissions
Major academic misconduct is known to be numerous submissions. The slow pace of the editorial review wastes the time and work of the editors and other stakeholders and adds to the issue it is meant to solve. The method of publishing would be refused by scientific publications found to have been reviewed by other journal publishers or to be published elsewhere.
Providing false Details
The study materials submitted that are found to have incorrect experimental findings will incur falsification and will be automatically disqualified and deleted from our journal website.
In citation, manipulation
Citation Papers that are found to have citations whose purpose is to increase the number of citations to the work of a particular author or to articles published in a specific journal are manipulated articles. These Citation Manipulated Manuscripts will be instantly deleted from our website with the confirmation.
Editorial ethics and conflict-interest reporting
It is important to keep confidential data or ideas gained through peer review secret and not to use them for personal purposes. Manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest arising from competitive, mutual, or other partnerships or ties with any of the authors, businesses, or organizations related to the papers should not be considered by reviewers.
The following aspects/elements are reviewed for publication in the submitter’s research materials.
- Originality and scientific precision
- A positive contribution
- Adding fresh elements to the current area of research
- The nature of the submitted article and its importance to the guidelines of the authors
- Designs/methodology of the study
- Grammar, pronunciation, and punctuation
- Ethical elements
- Scope for further analysis
- References provided for substantiating the content
Copyright, Licensing, Freedom of Publishing
The authors’ publications in the International Journal of Multidisciplinary Informative Research and Review (IJMIRR) are distributed under Creative Commons Attribution under the CC BY 4.0 license. The license was created for the purpose of promoting open access, i.e. free immediate access and unlimited reuse of all forms of original works.
Your contribution must be original work that has not been previously published, has not been authorized for publication elsewhere, and is not edited in any print or electronic or digital form for publication by any publisher. Each reprint must contain a reference to the original publication in the International Journal of Multidisciplinary Informative Research and Review (IJMIRR), including a reference to the corresponding Issue. All papers published in the International Journal of Multidisciplinary Informative Research and Review (IJMIRR) is open-access papers, published and distributed in print form. For all papers published in this journal, the authors maintain the copyright of their work. It is the duty of the author to obtain the copyright holder’s signed consent to use and reproduce text, images, charts, etc. previously published in other journals, electronic or print media. A signed letter of permission must be sent. Authors are expected to report any support or funding obtained in relation to their research from any institution.
Transfer of copyright:
All writers should sign and submit the copyright transfer form with the paper.
The journal uses the method of double-blind peer review, where both reviewers and authors in the review process remain anonymous. For initial approval, any proposal submitted for publication must at least be read by the publisher. If the article meets with editorial policy and has a minimum level of consistency, it is submitted to two reviewers. The reviewers will not know the identity of the author, as, before the examination, all identifying details will be removed from the text.
Comments from reviewers to the editors are confidential and will be made anonymous before moving on to the author. The Editorial Board takes final judgment on the acceptability of the manuscript based on the comments of the reviewers, and communicates the judgment, along with the reports of the referees, to the authors. If major modifications are suggested, approval depends on whether the author is willing to comply with them satisfactorily.
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Informative Research and Review (IJMIRR) allows all versions to be deposited in an institutional or another repository of the author’s choice without restriction.
Frequency of Publication:
The frequency of journals is monthly and 12 issues are published in one year.