The Indian Engineering Journal is committed to maintaining the highest standards of publication ethics and preventing any form of malpractice or misconduct. As such, we adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE).

Authorship and Originality: Authors should ensure that their manuscript represents original work and has not been published elsewhere, in whole or in part. All authors must have made a significant contribution to the research and writing of the manuscript and should be listed as co-authors. Any conflict of interest or potential competing interests should be disclosed.

Plagiarism and Duplicate Publication: The Indian Engineering Journal strictly prohibits any form of plagiarism or duplicate publication. All submissions are screened for plagiarism using appropriate software. If any instances of plagiarism or duplicate publication are identified, the manuscript will be rejected immediately and appropriate action will be taken.

Data and Results: Authors should ensure the accuracy and integrity of the data and results presented in their manuscript. Any manipulation or fabrication of data is considered unethical and will result in rejection of the manuscript. Authors should also ensure that all relevant data and results are presented accurately and honestly, and any limitations or potential sources of bias are disclosed.

Peer Review: The Indian Engineering Journal follows a rigorous peer review process to ensure the quality and validity of the manuscripts we publish. Reviewers are selected based on their expertise in the subject matter and are asked to provide constructive feedback to the authors. The editorial team ensures that the review process is fair, impartial, and confidential.

Conflicts of Interest: Editors, reviewers, and authors are required to disclose any potential conflicts of interest that may influence their decisions or research. The Indian Engineering Journal maintains the right to reject any manuscript or request the withdrawal of any publication if conflicts of interest are discovered.

Corrections and Retractions: If any errors or inaccuracies are identified in a published manuscript, the Indian Engineering Journal will work with the authors to issue a correction or retraction as necessary. Any corrections or retractions will be communicated transparently to our readers.

By submitting their manuscript to the Indian Engineering Journal, authors agree to abide by these publication ethics and malpractice guidelines. Any violations of these guidelines may result in rejection of the manuscript or retraction of the published article.