Only those who made a significant contribution to the study's conception, design, execution, or interpretation should be listed as authors. Other contributors should be acknowledged or listed as contributors if they have contributed to certain substantive aspects of the research project. The corresponding author should make sure that the paper has all appropriate co-authors and that all co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the paper before submitting it for publication.



It is always necessary to give proper credit to others' efforts. Authors should cite publications that influenced the nature of the work they are reporting. Without the source's explicit, written permission, information obtained privately, such as through conversation, correspondence, or discussion with third parties, may not be used or reported. It's also important to thank the organisations that helped with funding and/or other resources.


Originality and plagiarism

It is the author's responsibility to ensure that his works are genuine. The editor, reviewer, readers, and publishers all have the right to expect that the presented works will not violate any ethical publishing protocol. Plagiarism, fabrication of facts, and data duplication are not permitted in the submission of papers. Authors are also responsible for ensuring that the statement of acceptance of the submitted papers contains authentic proof of the research papers.


Submission of manuscript

Before submitting, authors should review the bulletin's “Submission Guidelines”. The manuscript should be formatted to the bulletin's style. Authors can download the Paper Template from the DOWNLOAD FORM tab.

Before submission, all authors should approve the final manuscript. Once a manuscript is submitted, it is assumed that all authors have read and approved it.

Corresponding author should complete:

  • Declaration Form 
  • Proofread
  • Turnitin


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