RESEARCH ETHICS

RESEARCH ETHICS

  • A publication must contain appropriate reference to the contributions made by all participants in the relevant research.

  • The research funder should be notified in advance when research might be published, publicized or disseminated.

  • Any person who has not participated in a substantial way in conceiving, executing or interpreting at least part of the relevant research is not to be included as an author of a publication derived from that research.

  • In addition to meeting the requirements of the points above, an author must ensure that the work of research students, research assistants, research officers, and technical officers is recognised in all publications derived from research to which they have made a contribution.

  • A publication which is substantially similar to other publications derived from the same research must contain appropriate reference to the other publications.

  • A researcher who submits substantially similar work to more than one other publisher should disclose that fact to the publishers at the time of submission.

  • Publication and dissemination of work electronically or on the Web should be treated with the same degree of integrity as every other form of publications.

  • Individuals who are or have been the participant of the research should not be identified or identifiable in any publication. Measures should be taken to disguise the identity of research subjects unless explicit consent is given by them for revealing their identity.

  • In addition to publications, all external communications, whether through websites, e-bulletins, press releases, media briefings, or events should be undertaken with the core principles of openness, transparency and accountability.

  • In no event shall The Higher Education and Research Society Journal  (HERSJ), or Higher Education and Research Society, Navi Mumbai be liable for any special, incidental, indirect or consequential damages of any kind arising out of or in connection with  the use of the articles or other material derived from the journals, whether or not advised of the possibility of damage, and on any theory of liability.

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