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PUBLICATIONS ETHICS - Scription Publishers INC

Scription Publishers INC adheres to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines on publication ethics. Scription Publishers INC is dedicated to approving the highest measures of publication ethics and takes all possible proceedings against publication misconduct as set down in the Code of Conduct, ethics developed by the (COPE) and agrees to COPE guidelines for resolving cases of suspected misconduct and irregularities. We request our authors, editors, reviewers, and people confined in various steps of publication go after the ethical guidelines to enhance the significance of academic scientific publishing.

Authors wishing to publish their articles in Scription Publishers INC journals must abide by the following guidelines:

Statement to Author

We request our authors to submit only those manuscripts to Scription Publishers INC journals that are not being published before and are not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Duplicate publication is strictly not allowed.

Article Assessment

Every article submitted to our platform is peer-reviewed and is expected to meet standards of academic excellence. If approved by the editor, submissions will be considered by peer reviewers, whose identities will remain anonymous to the authors and vice versa as we follow the double-blind peer-review process.

Plagiarism Detection

Plagiarism detection is the course of action carried out to verify the extent of content plagiarized in the article through which it enhances the article quality. Authors must not use the content or images of others without attribution. All sources used must be cited appropriately at the point they are used and reuse of wording must be limited and be credited or quoted in the text. Submitted manuscripts that may have false experimental results or words or figures will be measured as false data. These will be considered as a breach of the policy, of the journal. Manuscripts that are noticed to have been plagiarized from a manuscript by other authors, whether published or unpublished, will be rejected. This step is to bring novel research to the scientific community and preserving the rights of authors.

Peer Review Process

The peer-review process is at the core of the triumph of academic publishing. It is a direct reflection of the article quality and the organizations that support them. Peer-reviewed articles hold up and exemplify the scientific method. Every article submitted to our platform is peer-reviewed by a distinguished editorial board and expert reviewers based on the quality and novelty of the subject which highlights the chronological significance of a particular part of research relevant to the journal's scope. At the same moment, our accomplished teams of the advisory board follow rigorous publication ethics thus confirming the article standards of significance and scientific excellence and deliver a quality systematic service to the authors, reviewers, and readers throughout the publication process.


All accepted articles are published online on the Scription Publishers INC website immediately after the acceptance of editorial board members.

Conflict of Interest

To maintain precision and facilitate readers to outline their opinions of potential bias, authors should declare any personal circumstances or competing financial interests related to the research results reported or presented. Any role of the funding sponsors in the design of the study, in the collection, analysis, or evaluation of data, in editing the manuscript, or in the assessment to publish the results must be stated in this section. In some circumstances, if there is no role, please state, “The funding sponsors had no role in the design of the study, in the collection, analysis or evaluation of data, in the editing the manuscript and in the assessment to publish the results”.


For absolute transparency, all submitted manuscripts should include an author’s contribution statement. All the authors mentioned in an article should have made a significant contribution towards the research work submitted and should be approving all its statements. All individuals who have made important contributions in the manuscript construction should be listed as co-authors. Individuals who contributed to the work but do not qualify for authorship should be listed in the acknowledgments.

Any modifications to the author list during the editorial process or after the publication of an article online, should be approved by all the authors, including if any individual has been removed. The corresponding author should coordinate between the editor and the other co-authors. The corresponding author should update the information to co-authors and engage them in major decisions about the publication of submitted work. We reserve the right to request evidence of authorship and modifications to authorship after acceptance will be made at the discretion of Scription Publishers INC

Ethics Committee Approval

All the manuscripts associated with the human subjects, human material, human tissues or human data or animal data should comprise a statement on ethics approval before undertaking the research. According to point 23 of this declaration, approval from an ethics committee should have been obtained at the commencement of the methods section. Also, should contain the mentioned information: the name and the address of the responsible ethics committee or institutional review board, the project identification code, along with the date of approval that is certified by the ethics committee stated. If an individual participant were involved, the article must be declared by a statement that the experiments were commenced with the understanding and appropriate informed consent of each before they participated in the study. If research involving animals were used, the experimental procedures section must indicate that necessary measures were taken to reduce pain or discomfort and details of animal care should be provided.

Ethical Guidelines for Reviewers

Reviewer of Scription Publishers INC must abide by the following Guidelines Promptness and Confidentiality:

For any reviewer, If it is not possible for him/her to complete a review of the manuscript within the specified period, the same must communicate to the editorial office so that the article could be assigned to other relevant reviewers without getting delayed. The reviewer must maintain confidentiality regarding the information of authors and content of the manuscript, including the abstract.

Disclosure and Conflict of Interest

The reviewer should mention a conflict of interest regarding the article that may discriminate the review report, either in a positive or negative way. The reviewer should not review the manuscript in which they have conflicts of interest resulting from possible, mutual, or other relationships or impact with any of the authors, organizations or institutions connected with the assigned article. We encourage reviewers to examine the article based on scientific merit regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, the origin of the country or the political standards of authors.

If conflicts of interest are found after the article publication, this may be uncomfortable for the authors, the Editor and the journal. It may be essential to publish a corrigendum or reassess the review process.

Standards of Fairness

Reviews should be directed objectively. Review comments should not contain any personal criticism of the author. Reviewers should put across their views clearly with supporting arguments so that author can easily understand and it helps to enhance the overall quality of the manuscript.

Reviewers must declare any remaining interests in the ‘Confidential’ section or in the comments to editors in the review form, which will be considered by the editor.

Ethical Guidelines for Editors

Editors of Scription Publishers INC must abide by the following guidelines: Policies

The editor should follow the journal's ethical policies and recommend among reviewers and scientific communities thus preserving the highest level of integrity and standards in academic publishing.

Decision Making

Editors should make fair and transparent decisions and should report potential conflicts if any. Decisions must be given based on scientific merit regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, the origin of the country or political standards of authors.


The editor should maintain regular scientific communication with the editorial office and reviewer. Suggesting reviewers and other editorial board members based on academic excellence to review the articles.


The Editor in Chief/Editors and any Editorial Staff must maintain confidentiality and do not disclose any information or data or content of a submitted article to anyone or third party associates other than the corresponding author, reviewers, other editorial advisers and the publisher.