UER tackles issue of copyright violation, infringement or other rift of moral practices in publication vigorously. To protect authors’ right, we seek consent from them and ensure that their intellectual property is free from plagiarism. Submitted articles’ at first go through anti-predatory procedure like-Turnitin software before initiating review stage. But if an author finds culprit by submitting someone else’s intellectual property with his/her name without their consent, then UER holds the right to take any legal action against that culprit as per HEC rules.
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UMT Education Review follows an open-access publishing policy and full text of all articles is available free, immediately upon acceptance. Articles are published and distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Thus, work submitted to UMT Education Review implies that it is original, unpublished work of the authors; neither published previously nor accepted/under consideration for publication elsewhere. On acceptance of a manuscript for publication, a corresponding author on the behalf of all co-authors of the manuscript will sign and submit a completed Copyright Form along with the CV's of all co-authors.
Authors will be responsible for any information written/informed/reported in the submitted manuscript. Although we do not require authors to submit the data collection documents and coded sheets used to do quantitative or qualitative analysis, we may request it at any time during the publication process, including after the article has been published. It is author's responsibility to obtain signed permission from the copyright holder to use and reproduce text, illustrations, tables, etc., published previously in other journals, electronic or print media.
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Conflict of interest statements will be published at the end of the article. Authors are required to disclose any sponsorship or funding received from any institution relating to their research. The editor(s) will determine what disclosures, if any, should be available to the readers.
Authors are not permitted to post the work on any website/blog/forum/board or at any other place, by any means, from the time such work is submitted to UER until final decision on the paper has been given to them. In case a paper is accepted for publication, the authors may not post the work in its entirety on any website/blog/forum/board or at any other place, by any means, till the paper is published in UMT Education Review.
The authors may however post the title, authors names and their affiliations and abstract, with the following statement on the first page of the paper - "The manuscript has been accepted for publication in UMT Education Review". After publication of the article, it may be posted anywhere with full journal citation included.
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In the future, UMT may reproduce printed copies of articles in any form. Without prejudice to the terms of the license given below, we retain the right to reproduce author's articles in this way.
Brief Summary of the License Agreement
By submitting your research article(s) to UMT Education Review, you agree to Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License which states that:
It is free for everyone:
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- To remix, transform, or build upon the material for any purpose, even commercial
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