Plagiarism Policy

This journal has zero-tolerance for plagiarism and unethical behaviour with respect to publishing. Authors must ensure their paper is of the highest standard and that attributions and citations are accurate and the paper is original in its entirety. All papers are systemically reviewed upon submission and any detection of plagiarism will lead to an immediate rejection of the manuscript.

This journal actively checks for plagiarism in all manuscript submissions. JMS uses Turnitin Software to detect instances of overlapping or similar text in all manuscript submissions. 

Adhering to the plagiarism policy set by the Higher Education Commission Pakistan, JMS accepts an 18% similarity index in Turnitin reports. To learn more about plagiarism and how to avoid it, visit The Little Book of Plagiarism