CALL FOR PAPERS (Volume: 8 Issue: 1): Research papers are invited from the authors for Volume: 8 Issue: 1 of AJTMR (to be published in Jun 2018). Submit your papers soon.

The ethical policy of Asian Journal of Technology and Management Research (AJTMR) follows the Code of Conduct for Research Integrity. The publication of an article in a journal is a direct consideration of the quality of research work of the authors and the organizations that support them. Reviewed articles support and embody the scientific method. It is very important to agree upon expected ethical behavior. It is expected from the authors that they should be honest in their research. Research misconduct is dangerous for knowledge as well as growth.

Plagiarism Plagiarism and self-plagiarism is not accepted in any case. Reproducing text from other authors without permission and proper citing the source or producing number of research articles with almost the same text by the same authors is not tolerable. Submission of the same result outcomes to more than one journal is unethical. It is expected that authors should acknowledge the work of other researchers used in their research and properly cite publications that have influenced their study.

Duplicate submission It is not permissible to submit the same manuscript to different journals simultaneously. The submitted article should be removed from another journal otherwise journal will remove from submission without any consideration.

Research results Theft of data or research is unethical and not permissible. Whether it is fabrication or selective data from others.

Authorship All authors who have contributed significantly should be cited as authors. Other individuals (if any) who have contributed to the work should also be acknowledged. Research paper should include a complete list of the current institutional/organizational affiliations of all authors, both from academic and corporate fields.

Retractions and corrections All authors must bear obligation to update with journal editors to provide prompt retractions or correction of errors in published works.
• The journal will issue retractions if:
  o It founds plagiarism
  o There are clear evidence that the findings are unreliable, either as a result of misconduct or miscalculation or experimental error
  o The findings have previously been published elsewhere without proper cross-referencing or permission or cases of redundant publication
• The journal will issue errata if:
  o A small portion of an otherwise reliable publication proves to be misleading because of honest error
  o The author list is not correct

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