All papers will be verified for plagiarism using "Quetext" before proceeding to the review process. If there is more than 10% plagiarism, the paper will be given second chance to revise before being rejected immediately.

The IJMERI Editorial Board will check for Tools and plagiarism using:

When the Plagiarism Checker program detects plagiarism, the Editorial Board is responsible for reviewing this manuscript and will agree on actions based on the level of plagiarism discovered in the article in accordance with the following guidelines:

Minor Plagiarism - A little sentence or short paragraph from another article is plagiarized, but no substantial facts or ideas are borrowed from other studies or publications.

Punishment: The writers are warned and asked to revise the article and correctly credit the original sources.

Intermediate Plagiarism - An article's major facts, paragraph, or phrase is plagiarized without sufficient reference to the original source.

The submitted article is automatically rejected as punishment.

Severe Plagiarism - A substantial percentage of a paper is plagiarized, including original findings (data, formulation, equation, law, assertion, etc.), concepts, and methodologies given in other works.

The work is automatically rejected, and the authors are barred from submitting any publications to the journal.

Retraction: The automatic rejection of the submitted manuscript.

The articles published in IJMERI will be considered retracted in the publication if:

The retraction method adheres to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) Retraction Guidelines.

If your work is approved and suitable for publication, we will provide you with an Author Declaration Form, which is accessible for downloading at Submit my Article.