Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement
The publication of peer-reviewed papers in the journal requires continuous work, responsibility, liability, and collaboration from all involved parties: authors, reviewers, chief editor, managing editors, associate editors, editors, and board members. The chief editor/ Managing editors have the responsibility of keeping/monitoring the publishing ethics and maintaining the academic record. The Editorial office assumes its responsibility for verifying the articles of fraudulent data or plagiarism. The editorial team's goal is to maintain the publication at the highest publication standards, implying: good quality, original, research-based articles, but also corrections, clarifications, retractions, and apologies, if needed. We appreciate the contributions of every involved party to the work that we publish.
Publication and Authorship:
Authors’ Ethics and Responsibility
Chief Editor/ Editors' responsibilities
To fully realize the potential of open access to research literature, barriers to reuse need to be removed. The Creative Commons (CC) licenses have emerged as an effective legal instrument to achieve this. Instead of transferring rights exclusively to publishers, authors grant a non-exclusive license to the publisher to distribute the work, and all users and readers are granted rights to reuse the work.
CC-BY allows for unrestricted reuse of content, subject only to the requirement that the source work is appropriately attributed. The CC-BY license thereby requires that authors are given appropriate credit for their work, as explained in a recent post from Creative Commons
Terms & Conditions Policy
We shall not take any accountability for the contents of articles published in the journal and all such liability shall lie with the author/s.
The opinions expressed in the articles are exclusively of the author/s and IJRSS may not agree with such opinions in part or in full. All the articles submitted for publication in IJRSS are peer-reviewed for genuineness, moral issues, and effectiveness. The decision of the reviewers shall be held final. Authors are solely responsible for the uniqueness of the published work. IJRSS shall advocate the highest ethical standards of scientific publications.