Role of JAMRSD Editors:
The role of the editors is to evaluate the suitability of submitted manuscripts for the journal, including: (a) the quality of the manuscript, (b) whether it meets the Aims and Scope of the journal, and (c) the originality of the work. The corresponding author, reviewers or potential reviewers, and other editorial board members will be the only people who have access to information about a manuscript that has been submitted to the editors. Editors will see to it that the review procedure is handled quickly. Editors will assess the intellectual value of submissions without taking into account a writer’s sexual orientation, gender, race, or place of origin.
Role of JAMRSD Reviewers:
Peer review is crucial to the journal since it helps editors make choices and helps writers improve their manuscripts. Reviewers must identify pertinent sources that aren’t referenced in the paper and draw attention to any overlaps with previously published works. Manuscripts having competing, pecuniary, or joint interests should not be taken into consideration by reviewers. A potential reviewer should contact the editors right once and deny the review if they feel unqualified to do so. Manuscripts that are received for evaluation will be considered as confidential information, and they cannot be shared or revealed to anyone without the editors’ permission. Authors should anticipate swift receipt of reviewer reports, often within three weeks. We will not put up with reviewer misbehavior (confidentiality violations, delays in peer review, plagiarism, or conflicts of interest).
Role of JAMRSD Authors:
Authors of original research (not already published or being considered for publication elsewhere) should give a truthful account of the work done, highlight the relevance of the work in relation to other publications, and include enough experimental information to enable others to reproduce the study. All previously published works must always be properly cited. Any financial or other conflicts of interest that might be perceived as affecting the data or interpretation should be disclosed by the authors. Disclosure of all funding sources is required. Only those individuals who have significantly contributed to the study in terms of idea, design, experimental implementation, and data analysis and interpretation should be given the right to sign their names as authors. All individuals who significantly contribute should be included as co-authors. An author is required to notify the journal editor if they find a serious error in a piece of published work so that the publication may be either corrected or retracted.
Role of JAMRSD Publisher:
The publisher, along with the editorial board, shall take the proper measures to clarify the issue, publish an erratum, or withdraw the work in question in instances of confirmed scientific misconduct, plagiarism, or fraudulent publishing.
Open Access Statement:
We are committed to the rapid and global dissemination of high quality research and practice, through Open Access (OA) and other means. In this way, we seek to maximise the impact and influence of our articles. We pledge to maintain high ethical standards related to all aspects of the publication process, to provide a personable service to our authors, editors, and reviewers, and to aim towards the most effective propagation of our publications. We strive towards fair, transparent and sustainable Open Access models. We support the archiving of scholarly content and the accessibility of relevant data and datasets. We pledge to continuously reassess our publishing fees to ensure they are fair and affordable. We believe that anyone should be able to publish OA, regardless of status, geographical location or institutional affiliation. As such, we are committed to assisting our authors to overcome barriers to the publication of their work OA. As we work towards these aims, we welcome feedback and suggestions. We constantly seek ways to work more closely with relevant partners to further our OA mission. All the articles published in this journal are free to access immediately from the date of publication. We do not charge any fees for any reader to download articles for their own scholarly use.