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Policy of Publication

 

    IJLRST work according to the guide line  of  COPE. The policy of IJLRST is well defined and sate of the art.

· The manuscript submitted by the author must be free of any type of plagiarism. The manuscript with plagiarized contents cannot be considered for the publication. This is the responsibility of the author to submit the original research work.

· Every manuscript submitted by the author is required the signed copyright form for the publication.

· The forwarding letter is required at the time of manuscript submission. It must contain the complete information about the author‘s affiliation.

· The published articles in the IJLRST cannot be reproduced either in print form or in Electronic form without the written permission from the IJLRST Journal management. The research scholar can refer our published article but not copied as it is.

· Research work / clinical investigation involving patient participation, patient opinion, patient record, animal studies cannot be considered for publication in IJLRST without submission of Ethical Clearance Letter / Institutional Review Board’s report, informed consent, and other necessary documents as suggested by COPE.

· IJLRST journal  review and check every submitted manuscript very carefully, But at any stage after the publication of the manuscript, this is found that the manuscript is plagiarized. The manuscript will be removed immediately from the web site  and any claim by the competent authority will be settled by the author.

· English quality: IJLRST editorial Board does not provide any copy-editing service for accepted manuscripts. Therefore, the language in submitted articles must be clear, correct, and unambiguous. It is author's responsibility to a improve the English quality (if required) by any other third party service.

· The research must meet all applicable standards for the ethics of experimentation and research integrity.

· Submission of a paper to this journal indicates that the author(s) have agreed the content of the paper. One author should be indicated as corresponding author for all publication related communications. All correspondence and proofs would be sent to the corresponding author, who will be treated as final representative voice for all authors regarding any decision related to manuscript, unless otherwise requested during submission. This journal would not be responsible for any dispute related to authorship of a submitted paper. Any change in the authorship (such as addition or deletion of author(s) or change in the sequence of author list) should be intimated to the editorial office through a letter signed by all authors before publication of the paper. In absence of any signed letter, approval of 'Galley proof' by corresponding author will work as 'certificate of final  agreement of authorship'. Generally any change in the authorship after final publication, is not entertained and COPE guidelines are followed for any dispute.

· Rejected papers are given the opportunity for a formal appeal. Appeal requests should be made in writing, not by telephone, and should be addressed to editor.ijlrst@gmail.com with the word "appeal" in the subject line. If an author remains unsatisfied, he or she can write to the Editorial Office, citing the manuscript reference number. In all these cases, it is likely that some time will elapse before IJLRST can respond, and the paper must not be submitted for publication elsewhere during this time. Authors should also be aware that priority is given to new submissions to the journal and so the processing of the appeal may well take longer than the processing of the original submission. If an appeal is rejected, further appeals of the decision will not be considered and the paper may not be resubmitted.

 

Authorship-Dispute-Resolution-Policy of IJLRST

 

Representative Policy for Authorship before publication

 

   Any change in the authorship (such as addition or deletion of author (s) or change in the sequence of author list) should be intimated to the editorial office through a letter signed by all authors before publication of the paper. In absence of any signed letter, approval of 'Galley proof' by corresponding author will work as 'final agreement of authorship'. Generally any change in the authorship after final Publication is not entertained and COPE guidelines are followed for any dispute.

 

Representative Policy for Authorship After publication

 

    Generally any change in the authorship after final publication, is not entertained. But if dispute resolution is absolutely necessary then below mentioned IJLRST policies and COPE guidelines are followed. Kindly follow these representative guideline steps and for more information visit our journal pages and COPE site.

 

1. Each existing author (as published in the paper), should explain in details the reasons for change in authorship. Each existing author should write separately this letter in the present university letter head and sign and clearly scan the letters and send us to our official mail ID (editor.ijlrst@gmail.com) from their official mail ID. In order to prove that these are their official mails, each author should send soft copy of their own published paper, where these email IDs are printed or send us the link of their official homepage in their university website, where these emails IDs are available or any certificate from HOD about authenticity of this email ID.

2. Each new author should write to us that what contribution he/she has made to this paper and why he/she wants to establish and get his/her authorship. Each new author should write separately this letter in the present university letter head and sign and clearly scan the letters and send us to our official mail ID (editor.ijlrst@gmail.com) from their official mail ID. In order to prove that these are their official mails, each author should send soft copy of their own published paper, where these email IDs are printed or send us the link of their official homepage in their university website, where these emails IDs are available or any certificate from HOD about authenticity of this email ID.

3. Corresponding author should write to us that what contribution new author (s) has made to this paper and why existing authors should be excluded. Corresponding author should also explain that why he/she has approved the final galley proof with disputed authors, which is normally considered as certificate of agreement of authorship, as per journal's rule. Corresponding author should write separately this letter in the present university letter head and sign and clearly scan the letters and send us to our official mail ID (editor.ijlrst@gmail.com) from his/her official mail ID. In order to prove that this is his/her official mail, corresponding author should send soft copy of his/her own published paper, where these email IDs are printed or send us the link of his/her official homepage in their university website, where this email ID is available or any certificate from HOD about authenticity of this email ID.

4. If IJLRST editorial office receives written signed consent from all existing and new authors, as explained above, then "Final Authorship" will be changed and published. If we don't get written signed consent from all existing and new authors, as explained above, then the following steps (5& 6) will be followed.

5.  Corresponding author should send the complete mailing address and email IDs (of each existing and new author's) of their respective 1. Head of the department 2. Vice-Chancellor/Director/Rector of university (with webpage link).

6. Our editorial office will officially request top most authority of each university to investigate this case of "Authorship dispute". Depending on the investigation result of each respective university and their recommendation "Final authorship" will be decided and will be changed accordingly in the paper. This journal would not be responsible for any dispute related to authorship of a submitted/published paper. All the documents (as per the editorial policy of this journal) should reach editorial office to initiate any action.

 

We welcome to our new editorial member ______________________

Dr. Pruneanu Stela Maria Senior Researcher at National Institute for Research and Development of Isotopic and Molecular Technologies, 67-103 Donat Street, Cluj-Napoca, ROMANIA, 400293.

Journal Impact Factor : 3.35

We welcome our International advisor editorial member ________________________

Dr.SWAPNIL LILADHAR FEGADE Researcher Engineer (Postdoctoral), Ohio University Office: Stocker 402A, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio 45701, United States of America

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Dr. Nitin Choudhary,Postdoctoral Associate,University of Central Florida,Orlando, Florida-32826,United States of America has  become International Advisor Editorial Member.

Text Box: Deadline    : 20, October , 2017
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Publication : 31, October , 2017

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