For review of the manuscript some guidelines are given below to follow.
- There is no evluation fee for submitted manuscripts. Moreover, journal does not charge any publication charges even if the manuscript is accepted after double blind peer review.
- The acceptable similarity index threshold is 18% and any research article having similarity index more than this limit will ultimately be rejected in the initial phase and will not be considered for review process.
- Plagiarised manuscript will be deleted/cancelled even after acceptance/publication.
- Any negative report against any published paper will be processed quickly and the names of the authors will be placed in the blacklist for the next 5 years.
- It is the responsibility of the author to strictly follow the format of the journal in order to avoid any delays in the publication.
- It is better to use Endnotes software for referencing.
- Cite references properly in the numbered format and reference format must be correct for journal article, conference paper, book chapter and any web page citation.
- Authors of the accepted manuscript are required to submit a signed copyright agreement to JSEIS prior to the publication.
- JSEIS does not issue Publication Certificate for accepted papers.
- JSEIS publishes high quality research papers.
- JSEIS does not consider systematic review protocols for review and publication.
- JSEIS reviews only full length research papers, systematic literature reviews and surveys.
- JSEIS prefers the European Code of Conduct for research integrity as presented by European Commission.
- Be honest and fair while conducting research.
- Must reflect professionalism in order to gain technical excellence in the domain of Computing.
- Conduct the research for benefits of society.
- Must reflect the funding sources.
- Data must be presented as it is instead of falsification.
- Intellectual property must be credited duly.
- It is highly demanded to oblige all rules of data protection and privacy where applicable as in the case of social, religious and clinical data.
- Mention the informed consent wherever it is applicable within the specified capacity.
- Follow the "Do no harm" principle.
- The social threats associated with the research must be considered and highlighted.
- Avoid academic and research crime named as plagiarism/self-plagiarism.
- Clearly mention authorships, disclosures and any conflict of interest.
- There should not be any citation manipulation.