Correction Policy

Well-defined and precise knowledge sharing is the chief objective of Research Mosaic (RM) and facilitates the academic community via information distribution. Furthermore, to serve the academic community, Research Mosaic has a strong faith in intelligibility through delivering correct information and maintaining all essential record. Journal explains this procedure from initial submission till final stage and the publications are available in diverse volumes and issues. Once the manuscript is published, editorial team display the volume and issues of the journal at the journal website, which can be easily explored, read, downloaded, and shared through an open access policy.

RM offers prospects to authors for getting their manuscripts proofread beforehand the availability of the online version, which ensures the accuracy of the contents. Since issuing corrigenda and errata increase the likelihood that the journal content readers and the users would difficulties, the contents are therefore, made error free to the possible extent. Further, in this connection, even after a manuscript is published, partial corrections might be made at the decision of editorial team of RM. Therefore, to improve the quality of published research work, the editorial team might opt for the minor alterations and corrections at any stage as they are vital to ascertain the integrity of the published materials to ensure the quality.

The RM takes a serious note of the issues related to copyright infringement, plagiarism, and violation of other ethical codes in the publication process. In this respect, sometimes, whenever any violation of publication ethics and copyright infringement are exposed, the journal reserves the right to proceed for appropriate and necessary actions to correct the record on the priority basis no matter that the authors present either intentionally or the unintentionally and communicate to the journal’s editorial team. Consequently, the materials that this journal has already published, it becomes the journal’s the intellectual property and holds the rights of replacing the accurate materials in the best interest of the journal and the academic community.