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Plagiarism is the use of others' published and unpublished ideas or words (or other intellectual property) without attribution or permission, and presenting them as new and original rather than derived from an existing source. This applies whether the ideas or words are taken from abstracts, research grant applications, Institutional Review Board applications, or unpublished or published manuscripts in any publication format (print or electronic).

Self-plagiarism: The author's copying of his/her own previously published material: duplicate publication or "self--? plagiarism." If an author has published an article in Journal A, He/she may not send the same article with a few minor adjustments to Journal B. Nor may he/she take verbatim portions of the first article without quotation marks for use in a second article. Each publication should contain fresh writing, even if there is nothing new to report on the topic.

Inadequate acknowledgement of data or ideas: Most writers rely on the ideas and data of others, but doing so without naming the source is a form of plagiarism.

Copyright infringement: Occurs when an author copies (with or without attribution) significant portions of a published work, including tables and figures, without having obtained the permission of the person or publisher holding the copyright. When this plagiarized "writing" is published, the new publisher is guilty of violating the copyright held by the original publisher.

Policy for misconduct: IJMRI policies towards plagiarism are.

1. When plagiarism is detected, by either reviewers or editors, before or after acceptance, during editing, or at any time before publication, IJMRI editor office will alert the author, asking him/her to rewrite or quote exactly and to cite the original source.
2. If the plagiarism is extensive ? the article may be rejected and the author's institute may be notified about the violation.
3. If plagiarism is detected after publication, the editors will notify readers of the infraction through an editor's note in the journal.
4. In any condition if plagiarism found and author(s) failed to provide a suitable explanation, the IJMRI Plagiarism Committee can take further action.


IJMRI Plagiarism Committee:

I. Editor-in-chief, IJMRI
II. Managing Editor, IJMRI
III. Executive Editors, IJMRI



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