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Publication Ethics
At JANOLI International Journals, we are committed to upholding the highest standards of publication ethics. Our mission is to promote transparency, originality, and ethical practices in all aspects of academic publishing. We strive to foster an environment where authors, reviewers, and editors embrace their respective responsibilities and adhere to ethical guidelines throughout the publication journey.
By fostering a culture of responsible publishing, we aim to safeguard intellectual property rights, avoid breaches of academic integrity, and uphold the reputation of researchers and institutions worldwide.
In collaboration with reputable organizations such as COPE, WAME, CONSORT, ICMJE, and Elsevier PERK, we have curated the following publication ethics guidelines to serve as a roadmap for authors and contributors.
All submissions must align with our ethics guidelines:
1. Multiple Submissions and Copyright Infringement
Once a paper is submitted to JANOLI International Journals for consideration, the author(s) are not allowed to submit it to any other journals until a decision is made. Republishing similar scientific material, whether text, figures, or tables, is not only unethical but may also infringe on copyrights. If the paper is accepted for publication by JANOLI International Journals, the author(s) must sign a copyright transfer agreement confirming the originality of the submitted research. Therefore, authors should submit their work in its original, unpublished form.

2. Ethical Integrity and Plagiarism
Authors submitting papers to JANOLI International Journals must address major ethical concerns, including plagiarism, fraudulent and duplicate publication, copyright violations, authorship, and conflicts of interest. Authors must ensure that their work is original, does not violate intellectual property rights, and does not plagiarize other published works.

3. Author's Responsibilities
Authors should acknowledge that they are solely responsible for the information contained in their submitted or published manuscripts. Submission of the same paper to multiple journals simultaneously is unacceptable. Authors must not submit work that has been previously published, wholly or partially, without proper citation. Any information received privately must be appropriately cited with the agreement of the third party involved.

4. Ethical Approval and Conflict of Interest Disclosure
Authors must provide evidence of anonymization and informed consent from clients or patients, if applicable. Formal and documented ethical approval from an authorized research ethics committee must also be made accessible. Authors are required to disclose any potential conflicts of interest, whether professional or financial, related to their article.

5. Authorship Criteria
Authorship should be determined based on significant contributions to the conception, design, data collection, analysis, interpretation, and critical revision of the work. Authors must approve the final version for publication and take responsibility for the integrity of the entire work.

6. Procedure for Evaluation
All submitted papers undergo a technical review to ensure they meet fundamental standards. The editorial office conducts a plagiarism check using appropriate software. Improperly prepared or unauthorized submissions may be rejected without peer review. The review process is double-blind, with the names of reviewers and authors kept confidential. At least two reviewers provide feedback before the Editor-in-Chief makes a final decision.

7. Archiving and Ownership
JANOLI International Journals ensure archiving of journal content to preserve access in the event of discontinuation. The Shanti Educational Research Foundation in India owns the journal.

These guidelines aim to provide clarity and guidance on ethical dilemmas. With the aim to continuously improve our publishing services and support the research communities, we welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions. Email: