1. After the submission and during the process of peer review all the manuscripts will undergo corrections in the form of editorial modifications. Authors are requested to check the proofs carefully
  2. To avoid delays in publication, proofs should be checked and returned within 48 hours.
  3. The review team may ask for appropriate proofs and claims made in the paper.
  4. The authors have to disclose competing and conflicting of interests before publish corrections to the Editor-in chief. If the interests are revealed after publication the journal is not responsible for changes.
  5. Any omissions or mistakes on the part of the publisher, which requires correction, a new paper with correction will be published with a formal erratum mentioning the error. This changed paper will also be uploaded on the journal archives.
  6. Authors’ corrections are made only in exceptional cases (with special recommendations from the advisory board and to the decision of the editor), where the change highlighted is making significant change to the content or meaning of the title, paper or theme of the research.