About Plagiarism

Plagiarism is a serious threat to genuine research. It occurs when someone presents another person's ideas, words, or works as his own without proper acknowledgment or citation. It includes copying passages from other sources without quotation marks, paraphrasing without proper attribution, or even self-plagiarism, where an author reuses his own previously published work without disclosure.

Plagiarism on the part of the plagiarizer damages his reputation and may lead to sanctions such as suspension or expulsion. At times it may lead to legal consequences too. For the broader scientific community, it erodes trust in the reliability and validity of research findings, compromises the peer-review process, and can waste resources by misleading other researchers.

To combat plagiarism, the International Journal of Advanced Science and Engineering (IJASE) uses plagiarism detection software and has strict editorial policies in place. It is made mandatory for the authors to submit original work that has not been published elsewhere and properly cite any sources they have used. Editors and reviewers also play a crucial role in identifying and addressing potential instances of plagiarism during the peer-review process. Overall, promoting academic integrity and ethical conduct is essential in maintaining the credibility and trustworthiness of scientific research and publication.

The articles submitted are an original work and no part of the manuscript is plagiarized from other resources. All submitted papers have to pass through initial screening and will be checked through Advanced Plagiarism Checker Software.