MAT Journals Pvt. Ltd. must adhere to ethical standards to ensure quality, public trust, and credit for contributions.
Evaluation of the Article
Peer-reviewed manuscript must meet academic standards of excellence and are only processed as recommended by the reviewers once they have been approved.
Author cannot use other’s content without giving them the source credit. All the sources must be cited properly in the article. If any article must be found plagiarised from the other published article, will be rejected immediately.
Manuscripts that have been submitted elsewhere need to be withdrawn from the respective journal prior submitted to MAT Journals.
It is possible for authors to incur sanctions if their manuscripts contain citations that are primarily designed to increase the number of citations to their work, or to articles published in a given journal.
Fabrication and Falsification
If there will be any fabricated and falsified result found in the submitted article then in that case published articles may be retracted.
Authorship and Acknowledgements
Every author who has contributed in the content of manuscript should be listed. The journal must be informed of changes in authorship and all authors must agree to them. The permission of any contributor who did not contribute to the research or manuscript preparation should be requested.
Conflicts of Interest
Researches can suffer from a lack of neutrality or objectivity if invasive issues interfere with their purpose. The possibility of conflict of interest arises when factors outside the study potentially influence the outcome or assessment of the work. In the experimental phase, manuscript writing, and publishing phases of a research project, published articles can be turned into manuscripts. Conflicts of interest do not always prevent someone from being involved in the review or publication process. However, they must be declared. The ability to make informed decisions is enhanced by disclosing all potential conflicts, regardless of whether they had a significant impact on the work and/or review process. Conflicts of interest can embarrass authors, editors, and journals once they are published. Financial or affiliation issues, intellectual property issues, personal interests, ideologies, or academic differences can cause conflicts.
Suspected breaches of our publication ethical policies, either before or after publication, should be reported to our team. Identity of claimants will not be disclosed if requested. Claimants can also use anonymous email service for their complaints. We may ask the authors to provide the underlying data and images, consult editors, and contact institutions or employers to ask for an investigation or to raise concerns.
Corrections and Retractions
Publishing companies will consult editors’ and the authors’ colleges/institutions when errors are identified in published articles. Corrigenda can be used to correct errors by authors, and errata for errors by publishers. There may need to be a retraction if there were significant errors or misconduct was evident. All authors will be asked to agree to the content of the notice.It will not be allowed to change the author’s name, e.g., adding or removing a new author, after the paper has been published, unless the author gets permission from the college mentioned in the article and also provides a copyright form containing the signatures of all the authors.