Plagiarism

Each Article for publication is checked by licensed Plagiarism software checker DOCOLOC, GERMANY. The maximum Plagiarism limit for an article excluding references of the text is 10%. Authors must be aware that attempts to pass off the work, words, or ideas of another as one’s own is regarded as unethical. Authors should also note that presenting text and figures of previously published work without reference is considered as self-plagiarism.
Plagiarism includes directly copying others’ work, copying substantial amounts/elements of another work, and also paraphrasing another work without due credit.
All authors must take care to cite and acknowledge all works that have influenced or been used to produce the submitted manuscript, including previous works by the author themselves.
To minimize the occurrence of plagiarism, JMCMS enlists the use of CrossCheck to randomly check submitted manuscripts against a database of works.