Publication Malpractice Statement

The International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering (IJETAE) is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and ethical conduct in the publication process. The journal adheres to rigorous policies to prevent and address any instances of publication malpractice. Authors, reviewers, and editors are expected to uphold the following principles to ensure the trustworthiness of the scholarly record:

Misrepresentation of Technological Contributions:
Manuscripts submitted to IJETAE must accurately represent the original contributions of the authors. Misleading or falsified claims regarding technological advancements are strictly prohibited.
Any manuscript found to contain misleading or misrepresented content will be subject to corrective actions, including rejection or retraction, to uphold the credibility and trustworthiness of the journal.

Negligence in Interdisciplinary Representation:
Authors are responsible for accurately representing the interdisciplinary nature of their research. Negligence in providing a transparent account of how insights from various fields contribute to the overall study is considered a serious breach.
Manuscripts that neglect to appropriately represent their interdisciplinary nature may undergo corrective actions to address the misrepresentation.

Deceptive Ethical Discussions:
Ethical discussions within submitted manuscripts must be genuine and transparent. Deceptive discussions regarding ethical considerations, potential risks, and proposed safeguards are unacceptable.
Authors are expected to provide authentic reflections on the ethical aspects of their research. Any deceptive ethical discussions will be addressed with appropriate corrective actions.

Negligence in Global Impact Assessment:
Manuscripts must undergo thorough evaluation regarding their global impact. Negligence in assessing and articulating how the research addresses challenges on a global scale is considered malpractice.
Editors and reviewers are committed to scrutinizing the global relevance of submitted manuscripts, and any negligence in this assessment will be addressed through corrective measures.

Authorship Misconduct:
Authorship should accurately reflect the individuals who have made significant contributions to the research. Gift authorship, honorary authorship, or any form of authorship misconduct is strictly prohibited.
Manuscripts found to have authorship misconduct will undergo corrective actions, including possible rejection or withdrawal.

Plagiarism and Unoriginal Content:
Plagiarism in any form, including self-plagiarism, is strictly prohibited. Authors must ensure that their submissions are original and have not been published elsewhere.
Manuscripts found to contain plagiarized content will undergo corrective actions, which may include rejection or retraction, to preserve the originality and authenticity of the scholarly record.

Reviewer and Editor Misconduct:
Reviewers and editors are expected to conduct their roles with integrity and impartiality. Any instance of reviewer or editor misconduct, such as bias, conflict of interest, or inappropriate behavior, will be thoroughly investigated.
The journal reserves the right to take corrective actions, including reevaluation of the review process or removal of individuals from editorial roles, to address misconduct by reviewers or editors.

Transparent Corrections and Retractions:
In cases where errors or inaccuracies are identified post-publication, the journal is committed to promptly correcting or retracting the content. Transparent communication regarding corrections or retractions will be provided to maintain the scholarly record's integrity.
The International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering is dedicated to fostering a culture of transparency, accountability, and ethical conduct. All stakeholders, including authors, reviewers, and editors, are integral in upholding these principles to ensure the highest standards in scholarly publishing. Instances of malpractice will be thoroughly investigated, and corrective actions will be taken to preserve the integrity of the journal.