The process of assessment of every journal is core to quality creation. GBR follows a three-step P’s policy:
Plagiarism prevention, Peer Review and Publishing for a triumphant publication. The motive of GBR is to present the readers with authentic research studies. Therefore, the Journal uses very well and widely accepted plagiarism detection tool(s). However, if required, the journal may call for a similarity report from the author at any point in time. All submitted manuscripts are first subjected to plagiarism check and then the publishing process commences. GBR being a university journal follows the University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines on (the promotion of academic integrity and prevention of plagiarism in higher educational institutions) regulations, 2018, under which any article having a similarity index above 10% would be rejected.
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In case, plagiarism is detected during the review/editorial process, such manuscript(s) will be rejected immediately and we can also consider other steps depending on the seriousness of the case. If the plagiarism is proven after publication, such manuscript(s) will be removed from our website and an appropriate announcement will be placed in this regard. Further, “GBR” can bring such instances to the notice of the author’s funding agencies, the author’s institutes (where they work) and the original authors whose work has been plagiarized. Please report the plagiarism to email: email@example.com