Plagiarism can occur in two forms: author(s) intentionally copy someone elses work and claim it as their own or author(s) copy his/her own previously published material either in full or in part without providing appropriate references. In fact Plagiarism is an unethical act which is not tollerable in any kind of journal publication.
Indian Journal of Society and Politics is strictly follows Plagiarism Policy. Journal is strictly against any unethical act of copying or plagiarism in any form. A declaration certificate must be furnished by corresponding author at the time of submission of the manuscript for publication which are given bellow
"Above manuscript which is submitted for publication in Indian Journal of Society and Politics is not consideration elsewhere. The Manuscript is not published already in part or whole (Except in the form of Abstract) in any journal, magazine for private or public circulation, We are fully aware of what plagiarism is. No part of this Manuscript (References or otherwise ) has been copied verbatim."
All the manuscripts have to pass through an initial screening, after screening manuscripts check through Advanced Plagiarism Detection Software. If any kind of plagiarism found in submitted manuscript, manuscript is automatically rejected. Even after the publication if there is any sight of misconduct the article will be removed immediately.