Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism is a serious violation of academic integrity and is not tolerated by Sryahwa Publications, an open access publisher. Our plagiarism policy is designed to ensure that all articles and content published in our journals meet the highest standards of academic integrity.

  1. Definition of plagiarism: Plagiarism is defined as the use of someone else's work, ideas, or words without proper attribution. This includes, but is not limited to, direct copying, paraphrasing, or summarizing without proper citation, self-plagiarism, and duplicate publication.

  2. Detection of plagiarism: Sryahwa Publications uses plagiarism detection software to check all submitted manuscripts for plagiarism before they are sent out for peer review. If plagiarism is detected, the manuscript will be rejected.

  3. Retractions: If plagiarism is discovered after publication, the article will be immediately retracted and the authors will be notified.

  4. Consequences: If plagiarism is detected, the authors will be held responsible and may face disciplinary action. This may include, but is not limited to, a ban from publishing in Sryahwa Publications journals, revocation of degrees, and other legal consequences.

  5. Attribution: All sources used in the manuscript must be properly cited and referenced using the appropriate citation style.

  6. Responsibility of authors: It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure that their work is original and free from plagiarism.

  7. Responsibility of reviewers: Reviewers are also responsible for identifying plagiarism and should report any suspicious cases to the editor.

  8. Transparency: Sryahwa Publications will be transparent in identifying and handling plagiarism cases.

Sryahwa Publications is committed to maintaining the integrity of the academic record and will take all necessary steps to ensure that all articles published in our journals are original and free from plagiarism.