Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

By submitting a manuscript to the International Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Statistics, as an author you have agreed to comply with the following Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement.

Duties / Responsibilities of Authors

1. All manuscripts must be the original work of authors and not plagiarism. A zero-tolerance approach will be taken to plagiarized manuscripts.

2. Authorship of a manuscript should be limited to authors who have made significant contributions.

3. Authors must properly and accurately acknowledge the work of others.

4. Authors should disclose any financial or other substantive conflict of interest that might influence the results or interpretation of their manuscripts and acknowledge individuals or organizations that have provided financial support for research.

5. Authors may be asked to provide the raw data in connection with manuscripts for editorial review and should prepare to provide public access to such data if possible.

6. All manuscripts must be previously unpublished, and not under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Duties / Responsibilities of Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Board Members

1. Editor in Chief or the assigned editorial board members from time to time are responsible for making decisions on the size and content of the manuscripts submitted to the journal.

2. The journal utilizes a double-blind peer review process. The Editor in Chief and members of the Editorial Board ensure the integrity of the publication review process by not revealing either the identity of authors of manuscripts to the reviewers, or the identity of reviewers to authors.

3. The members of the Editorial Board receive all manuscripts for review in confidence and do not disclose any information about submitted manuscripts to anyone other than the corresponding author, reviewers, other external referees sought from time to time, and the publisher.

4. Any of editorial board members must not use materials disclosed in a submitted manuscript (published or unpublished) for their own research without the author's written authorization.

5. Editors shall conduct a proper and fair investigation into ethical complaints and shall avoid participating in the investigation in case they have a potential conflict of interest with the authors involved.

6. Editors are responsible for certifying the validity and accuracy of publications, and for helping authors to improve the quality of their research.

7. Being an editor, He or she should devote all of their time to their duties as an editor in order to raise the caliber of the publication. It is advisable to periodically review the journal's policies and support the publisher in keeping the journal's standards high for the benefit of the scientific community

Responsibility of Reviewers

Reviewers' responsibilities in the peer review system include assessing the value, accuracy, and applicability of academic research. The goal of the peer-review process is to give authors constructive criticism from knowledgeable specialists so they may enhance their work and ensure it is of the highest caliber.

The Peer-Review Process Involves the Following:
  • Accept the invitation letter,
  • Review the manuscript report,
  • Submit your review.
  • Only accept to review manuscripts for which you have the necessary subject knowledge to conduct an accurate evaluation and which you have the time to evaluate.
    Uphold the confidentiality of peer review and refrain from disclosing any information about a manuscript or its review during or after the peer-review process, other than what is made public by the reviewers.

    Responsibility of Publisher
  • Publishers should provide practical support to the editor and editorial board, so they can follow the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)Code of Conduct for Journal and ensure the autonomy of editorial decisions and protect intellectual property copyright.
  • Always be willing to publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies when needed.
  • Maintain the integrity of the academic record and preclude business needs from compromising intellectual and ethical standards.
  • Committed to the permanent availability and preservation of scholarly research and ensures accessibility by partnering with organizations and maintaining archives.
  • Ensure that good practice is maintained to the standards defined above.

    Editorial Policies

    IJAMS is committed to uphold the integrity of the Scientific record, Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement. It is based on the Code of Conduct and Best Publishing Practice in scientific publications under the guidelines of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)


    Whether intentional or not, plagiarism is a serious violation. Plagiarism is the copying of ideas, text, data and other creative work (e.g. tables, figures and graphs) and presenting it as original research without proper citation. We define plagiarism as a case in which a paper reproduces another work with similarity and without citation.

    If evidence of plagiarism is found before/after acceptance or after publication of the paper, the author will be offered a chance for rebuttal. If the arguments are not found to be satisfactory, the manuscript will be retracted.

    All the articles will be checked through Turnitin Software before the publication in the journal.

    Peer Review

    IJAMS uses double-blind review process. Before being sent to reviewers, manuscripts are pre-screened by the editorial office to check if the Manuscript is in accordance to the aims and scope of the journal, Nature of the study, originality of the results, quantity and quality of data, general conclusions and presentation of the work is also checked. It is also verified if the manuscript is written in proper English language or not.

    If the paper does not fulfil these criteria’s, it may be rejected at this stage without review. If the Manuscript is suitable for consideration, then the editor/ editorial team will assign the manuscript to a minimum of two peer reviewers to review the manuscript. For more details about review process click here Review Process

    Journal follows the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines. For the Peer Review Process click and For Ethical Guidelines for the reviewer click

    Conflicts of Interest

    IJAMS requires the authors to sign a disclosure form at the time of manuscript submission. Authors are expected to disclose any conflict or financial interest impacting the outcome of the study in which authors or any employment, consultation, ownership, honorarium, patent application, testimony, etc. are involved. Any project funded by the industry must pay special attention to the full declaration of funder involvement. If there is no role, please state sponsors has no role in the design, execution, recognition, or writing of the study. If the manuscript is accepted, the Conflict of Interest information will be communicated in a published statement. COPE guidelines on Conflict of interest/Competing interests can be found at

    Retraction Policy

    Papers found to have ethical misconduct or methodological issues will be retracted in a timely manner. Retractions will be openly published, detailing the reasons for the retraction. Journal follows the COPE Retraction guidelines

    Journal policy on In-House Manuscript Submissions

    In-house manuscript submission process which contains the work of any editorial board member, are not allowed to be reviewed by the editorial board member and all decisions regarding this manuscript are assigned to an independent editor. In addition, these manuscripts are reviewed by the two external reviewers.

    Patient Consent Forms

    Concerned Participants should make their own decision about whether they want to participate or continue participating in research. It should be done through a patient consent form in which personal details are accurately informed of the purpose, methods, benefits, risks, and alternative information to the research. Understand this information and how it relates to their own clinical situation in research or interests, and make a voluntary decision about where to participate or not. A statement to the effect that such consent had been obtained must be considered in the Material and Methods section of your manuscript.

    Article Withdrawal

    We give options to the author for making a request to withdraw the article after submission or during the review process only if the author has valid reasons and provide valid proof or statement for withdrawing the article. Requests are considered by the Journal editorial team, and may be discussed with the Editor, Editorial Board Members, and/or with an article's external reviewer.

    Request for withdrawing the article after acceptance or after generating DOI will not be considered as per the guidelines of the journal. APC will not be refunded in case of withdrawal after acceptance of the article.

    Duplicate Submission

    If duplicate submission was found or noticed from other sources, the editorial board will check the status. If the duplicate submission is confirmed as an internal thing, then the following actions will be imposed. Review process will be terminated, the reason should be sent to reviewers, editorial board, authors and corresponding authors and all authors’ names will be marked as black listed, and these authors cannot submit any manuscript to this journal for another three years.

    Ethical Guidelines

    IJAMS adheres to the below ethical guidelines for publication and research. Amend the manuscript wherever necessary as per guidelines. You must have to do it otherwise there may be a chance of rejection. Find the Template

    Ethical Approvals

    Experimental Subjects: When experimental animals (All live animals considered experimental when using for the study) are used, the methods section must clearly indicate that adequate measures were taken to minimize pain or discomfort. Experiments should be carried out in accordance with the Guidelines laid down by the International Animal Ethics Committee or Institutional ethics committee and in accordance with local laws and regulations. All studies using human or animal subjects should include an explicit statement in the Material and Methods section identifying the review and ethics committee approval for each study, if applicable. Editors reserve the right to reject papers if there is doubt as to whether appropriate procedures have been used.