Publication Ethics

Noyam adheres to the rigorous review procedures during our publication process. Noyam expects authors to submit articles that are not under consideration for peer review elsewhere and concur with the publication fees once informed. If any errors are detected in articles or eBooks before publication authors should cooperate to correct the errors.

Noyam considers plagiarism a serious offense. We are therefore committed to eliminating manuscripts with possible cases of plagiarism from the review and publication process.

As it is unethical to fabricate, manipulate or falsify data in a manuscript, Noyam currently follows the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines to deal with suspected cases of data fabrication and falsification appropriately.

Noyam holds the responsibility of giving a final decision on the recommendations made by Editorial boards in suspected cases of unfair assessment of manuscripts to be published.

Noyam ensures that confidentiality is strictly adhered to during the double-blind review processes of all submitted journal articles.

Articles submitted to Noyam can only be withdrawn before publication. Noyam can withdraw an article before or after publication based on suspected cases of plagiarism or falsification. Withdrawal by an author is only accepted only under compelling or unavoidable conditions that existed from their institution or any conflicts between the author and co-authors. In this case the author is to officially write to Noyam presenting a formal signed letter from all the authors explaining the reason for withdrawal.