Author Agreement

During the Covid 19 crisis, some authors may not have access to devices to enable the electronic restitution of a signed scanned author publication contract. If this is the case for you, please read these FAQs. If you are able to do so, please return the full author editing agreement as usual. Authors are required to submit an author`s agreement form immediately upon acceptance of the manuscript. The corresponding author of the manuscript may sign and submit the form on behalf of all co-authors. The author agreement form must have been received by the editor before the manuscript is published in the journal. Note: If you submit through the site, please note that there are several file upload boxes for forms. Please select the name of the form to submit, and then hang the pages of the form as image files or PDF files. Please submit one form at a time. If the author agreement form or other forms are faxed, the faxed forms must have legible names and signatures. In order for us to have the necessary rights to publish your article, we ask you to grant an exclusive license to publish. (We are not asking you to transfer your copyright to us.) An exclusive license means that the rights necessary for the publication of the article are granted exclusively to the owner of the magazine and that the ownership of the copyright remains unchanged.

Choose three of the three The Right Form: the form can be submitted to the editor as scanned images (for example. B.jpg or jpeg) or as a PDF file. Section – I: Integrity and Originality of the Manuscript Before Cambridge can publish a magazine article (or other type of magazine content), we need a signed publication license. To find the right shape, first think about whether or not to publish your article in open access or non-open access, and then select the most appropriate option. Send by e-mail: Send the forms as e-mail annexes: To send the author agreement form to the IJCRI Journal, you can send it as an attachment. Section – IV: Permission to Copy Published Material In Open Access, there is a fundamental principle that content should be not only accessible, but also freely reusable for the benefit of research and humanity. We respect this principle by asking you to choose a Creative Commons license in your form. The CC license you`ve chosen determines how readers can use your article….