Plagiarism Checking Policy


AJSE is committed to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity. To ensure the originality and authenticity of submitted manuscripts, we employ a rigorous plagiarism checking process. Our aim is to maintain the credibility of scholarly work and uphold the principles of ethical research.

Plagiarism Detection Process:

  1. Use of eTXT (, Advego (, Grammarly Plagiarism Checker:  AJSE utilizes eTXT (, Advego (, Grammarly Plagiarism Checker, a widely recognized and respected plagiarism detection tool. This software employs advanced algorithms to compare submitted manuscripts against an extensive database of academic and non-academic content.

  2. Textual Analysis: Our editorial team conducts a thorough textual analysis to identify instances of potential plagiarism. This involves a careful examination of the manuscript to detect any similarities with existing literature, both published and unpublished.

  3. Cross-Referencing: We cross-reference submitted manuscripts with previously published work to identify any overlap or duplication. This process includes checking against databases of academic journals, conference proceedings, and other scholarly publications.

Author Notification:

If instances of plagiarism are identified during the review process, the author will be promptly notified. AJSE follows a fair and transparent procedure for addressing plagiarism concerns, allowing authors the opportunity to respond and rectify the issue.

Consequences of Plagiarism:

Authors are reminded that submitting plagiarized work is a serious violation of academic ethics. Manuscripts found to contain plagiarism, whether intentional or unintentional, may be subject to rejection or retraction.

By actively engaging in plagiarism checks, AJSE remains committed to maintaining the integrity of the scholarly publishing process and fostering an environment that promotes original and ethical research.

For any questions or concerns regarding our plagiarism checking policy, please contact [email protected].