The attempt made by an author to use/pass some ones work as his/her own. Self-plagiarism is when author uses some parts of his/her research work without giving exact references. This can lead to the publication of the research work for twice in different journals. It generally occurs when large data is being copy pasted from other sources. Such type of manuscripts cannot be considered for publication in IJRPST.
The editors will run plagiarism check using Plagiarism checker X for the submitted manuscripts before sending to reviewers. We do not process any plagiarised contents. If a manuscript has over 30% of plagiarism based on the result of Plagiarism checker X, we will send back the manuscript to the author to be revised for the plagiarised contents.
Research work submitted to IJRHCP should be apt should not have been published anywhere else. Authors submitting the paper who have related work consideration or in press elsewhere should upload a clearly marked copy at the time of submission, and draw the editors attention to it in their cover letter.
In case if any part of the article is published previously it has to be intimated to the IJRHCP journal editor by specifying the details in the cover letter.
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