Publication Ethics

The Chief Editor of JTCS is in charge of choosing which of the manuscripts submitted to the journal ought to be published. The suggestion of the reviewers will be considered as base publishing decision. The Editor might be guided by the policies of the journal’s editorial board and compelled by such legitimate prerequisites as should then be in constraint with respect to criticism, copyright encroachments, and literary theft. The Chief Editor may meet with different editors or reviewers in making this decision.

The Journal of Textile and Clothing Science (JTCS) is a peer-reviewed Indian journal (National), which calls for Unique, Unpublished research papers in various subjects of Textiles and Clothing Science. Journal of Textile and Clothing Science (JTCS) is known for the publication of novel and valid research articles, which really considers the copyright rules, and to ensure the privileges of our writers.

Our Review board and Editorial board individuals using twofold assessment procedure to avoid plagiarism in all submitted articles. Journal of Textile and Clothing Science (JTCS) set quality measures for the acknowledgment of proper and best research articles. It anticipates from writers that they will check their structures for composed misrepresentation test and decide they are submitting quite recently unprecedented content for publication.

Responsibility of Authors

Expected Quality

  • It is encouraged to the authors to keep away from copy and paste strategy of composing articles.
  • Articles ought to keep up its toughness and exceeding expectations capacity to pull in its objective intelligent people to elude it for further reviews.
  • Articles must exhibit oddity in contemplations and substance.
  • Creditability and reliability unwavering quality of the substance sets up the best publication ethics.
  • Formatting norms ought to be kept up in a bit of production so it could be adequate educational about the exploration and profile of authors.
  • Appropriate Citations, referencing of individual articles, writers and publications are normal while composing articles.
  • Journal of Textile and Clothing Science (JTCS) gives adequate establishment to the auspicious publication of high caliber and the standard bit of research articles
  • Journal of Textile and Clothing Science (JTCS) take after transparent, straightforward and peer-review process for publications. Authors must consent to take an interest in the peer-review process.

Novelty and Plagiarism

  • Authors are relied upon to show the altogether unique piece and should refer to or specify in references if substance or expressions of different articles are utilized.
  • Every author will be considered in charge of the execution and satisfaction with the strategy to keep away from misbehaviors and break of moral guidelines of publication.
  • Authors should guarantee that the bit of learning prepared for production/publication is unique and original copy and have not been published anywhere before and is not in thought for production/publication anywhere else. 
  • Authors should accept and correct the mistakes and consider the suggestions given by the panel of reviewers.
  • If any mistakes or error have identified even after publication, authors should bring in the knowledge of editor for the correction purpose.

Presentation Benchmarks

  • Authors are relied upon to exhibit their exploration articles good with gauges of unique work with precision, which illuminates the noteworthiness of composing the paper.
  • Discussion underlying the information should precisely match with the title of paper displaying the significance.
  • Research articles should contain detailed citations and references to the substance utilized as a part of the article of others.
  • Deceptive, dishonest practice or intentionally encroaching the quality norms is denied entirely.

Information Access and Retention

  • Authors are relied upon to present the original research articles for companion audit (peer review) and acknowledge the worldwide access to their work.
  • Authors ought to in any occasion be set up to hold such information for a sensible time after publication.

Authority of Paper

  • Names authors and co-authors ought to be essentially said in the manuscript.
  • The contributors, agencies, organizations, and institutions supporting the study or who have taken an interest in certain substantive parts of the exploration venture ought to be specified in the affirmations or listed as contributors.
  • Authorship ought to be constrained to the individuals who have made a critical commitment to the origination, plan, execution, or elucidation of the reported study.
  • The corresponding author that all co-authors have seen and endorsed the last form of the paper and have consented to its submission for publication.

Perils and Human or Animal Subjects

  • If the work includes chemicals, systems or gear that have any abnormal perils natural in their utilization, the author should unmistakably recognize these in the manuscript.
  • If the work includes the utilization of creature or human subjects, the author should guarantee that the manuscript contains an announcement that all systems were performed in consistency with significant laws and institutional rules and that the proper institutional committee(s) has endorsed them.
  • Authors ought to incorporate an announcement in the manuscript that informed consent was obtained for experimentation with human subjects.
  • The security privileges of human subjects should dependably be watched.

Disclosure and Conflicts of Interest

  • All authors should reveal in their manuscript any financial or other substantive conflicts of interest that may be translated to influence the outcomes or elucidation of their manuscript
  • All wellsprings of budgetary support for the venture should be disclosed.
  • Examples of potential conflicts of interest, which should be revealed, include employment, business, consultancies, stock proprietorship, honoraria, paid master declaration, patent applications/enlistments, and stipends or other subsidizing. Potential conflicts of interest should be disclosed at the soonest arrange conceivably.

Fundamental Errors in Published Works

  • When an author finds a noteworthy blunder or mistake in his/her own particular published work, it is the author’s commitment to instantly tell the editorial manager or publisher and collaborate with the editor to withdraw or revise the paper.
  • If the editorial manager or the publisher gains from an outsider that a published work contains a noteworthy blunder, it is the commitment of the author to speedily withdraw or rectify the paper or give confirmation to the editor of the accuracy of the original paper.

Duties of Reviewers

Contribution to Editorial Decisions

Specialized papers will be published in the Journal after peer review, under the “Blind Review ” process. The reviewers prompt the Editor-in-Chief or Editor in settling on the article choice. The Editor-in-Chief or Editor communicates with authors, as required, and helps them in enhancing nature of their paper. The reviewers do not know the author’s identity and Reviewers’ comments to the editors are confidential and before passing on to the author will be made anonymous. The names of the reviewers remain strictly confidential; with their identities known only to the Editor-in-Chief or Editor.


The journal Editor-in-Chief or Editor are devoted to offering a timely review to the authors and if any selected referee who feels unqualified to review the research reported in a manuscript or knows that its prompt review will be impossible should notify the Editor-in-Chief or Editor and excuse him or her from the review process.


Any manuscripts received for review must be treated as confidential documents. They must not be shown to or discussed with others except as authorized by the editor.

Standards of Objectivity

The editors and reviewers are required to evaluate papers based on the content. Reviews should be conducted objectively. Individual feedback of the author is unseemly. Referees should express their perspectives unmistakably with supporting contentions.

Acknowledgment of Sources

Reviewers ought to identify relevant published work that has not been cited by the authors. Any observation, derivation, or argument had been previously reported should be accompanied by the relevant citation. A reviewer ought to likewise call to the Editor-in-Chief or Editor’s attention any generous closeness or overlap between the manuscript under review and some other published paper of which they have individual knowledge.

Disclosure and Conflict of Interest

Reviewers ought not to consider manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest resulting because of competitive, collaborative, or other relationships or associations with any of the authors, organizations, or establishments associated with the papers. Special data or thoughts got through peer review must be kept secret and not utilized for individual preferred standpoint.

Duties of Editors

Publication Decisions

  • The editorial manager of a peer-reviewed journal is in charge of choosing which of the articles submitted to the journal should be published, regularly working in conjunction with the pertinent society (for society-claimed or supported journals). The approval of the work being referred to and its significance to researchers and readers should dependably drive such choices.
  • The editor might be guided by the strategies of the journal’s editorial board and compelled by such legitimate prerequisites as should then be in constraining with respect to slander, copyright infringement, and plagiarism.
  • The editorial manager may meet with different editors or reviewers in settling on this decision.

Fair play

An editorial manager ought to assess compositions/manuscripts for their scholarly content without respect to race, gender, sexual orientation, religious conviction, ethnic source, citizenship, or political logic of the authors.


The editor and any editorial staff must not uncover or disclose any data about a submitted manuscript to anybody other than the corresponding author, reviewers, potential reviewers, other editorial advisers, and the publisher, as appropriate.

Disclosure and Conflicts of Interest

  • Unpublished materials unveiled in a submitted manuscript must not be utilized as a part of an editor’s own research without the express composed assent of the author.
  • Privileged data or thoughts got through peer review must be kept confidential and not utilized for personal advantage. Editors ought to reuse themselves (i.e. ought to ask a co-editor, associate editor or other members of the editorial board instead to review and consider) from considering manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest because of focused, synergistic, or different connections or associations with any of the writers, organizations, or (perhaps) foundations associated with the papers.
  • Editors ought to require all supporters of unveiling significant contending interests and publish corrections if contending interests are uncovered after publication.
  • If required, other fitting moves should be made, for example, the publication of a withdrawal or articulation of concern. It ought to be guaranteed that the peer-review process for supported supplements is the same as that utilized for the principle journal. Things in supported supplements ought to be acknowledged exclusively on the premise of scholastic legitimacy and enthusiasm to readers and not be impacted by business contemplations. Non-peer reviewed segments of their journal ought to be unmistakably distinguished.

Contribution and Cooperation in Investigations

An editor ought to take sensibly responsive measures when moral objections have been exhibited concerning a submitted manuscript or published paper, in conjunction with the publisher (or society). Such measures will, by and large, incorporate reaching the author of the manuscript or paper and giving due thought of the particular protestation or cases made, however, may likewise incorporate further correspondences to the pertinent organizations and research bodies, and if the grumbling is maintained, the publication of an amendment, withdrawal, articulation of concern, or other note, as might be important regardless of the possibility that it is found years after publication.

With Warm Regards,

Managing Editor

Journal of Textile and Clothing Science (JTCS)

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