NGU Magazine: Editorial and publishing policies
1- Editors are expected to strictly follow guidelines to maintain the quality of publications and to ensure the best possible publication ethics.
2- Editors shall evaluate contents purely, decisions shall not be based on race, gender, religion and ethnicity, and any other personal interests.
3- Editors are required to suggest and support ethical standards.
4- Editors are requested to evaluate manuscripts based upon:
1- Plagiarism is defined as the copying of text, data, and other creative work and submission as original without proper or prior acknowledgment to the original one.
2- We assess the text plagiarism upon submission of every document.
3- Any document containing text identity more than 15% of the manuscript is returned to authors along with a plagiarism report.
4- Authors are given an opportunity to revise the document and resubmit the manuscript.
5- If the editor has serious concerns about ethics, the manuscript may be rejected on ethical grounds.
6- Plagiarism is considered a violation of academic integrity.