Article Withdrawal Policy

Authors can request a free withdrawal of their article not more than two business days after submission.

If an author wants to withdraw his/her article from the peer-review process or publication process, then he/she must submit a formal letter, provided by our editorial office (Withdrawal Letter – Article), signed by the corresponding author and all the co-authors. The authors should mention their reasons for article withdrawal in the withdrawal letter. As a penalty for withdrawal, the authors must pay 50% of the penalty fee per article to the publisher. This penalty is necessary to compensate for the time spent and the tremendous manpower involved in processing the article.

If the author wants to withdraw his/her article after it has been accepted for publication, the author must pay 100% of the penalty fee. If the article has article has already undergone the processing and publication steps, the publication charges paid by the author will not be refunded. Withdrawal of the manuscript is only allowed after the withdrawal penalty has been fully paid to the publisher. If the author does not agree to pay the penalty, the author and his/her affiliation will be blacklisted for publication in this journal. Additionally, his/her previously published articles will be removed from our online system

Following guidelines may help you to avoid article withdrawal:

  1. It is the corresponding author responsibility to get consent from other co-authors of the article.
  2. Before submission corresponding author will consult with co-authors about the data given and clear the differences of opinion before submitting the article.
  3. Before submitting, kindly make sure your selected Journal and its scope will coincide with your article.
  4. Get confirm, is it any permission required from the institution before submitting the article.
  5. Check the article for plagiarism before submission.
  6. Check multiple times that the data presented in the manuscripts are accurate and error-free.
  7. Submit the article to one Journal at a time. Do not submit your article to more than one Journal simultaneously.
  8. Get confirmation from the department or institution will allow materials and resources that have been used in the study and obtain permission to use data and facts from other sources are persons with appropriate permission.
  9. Also, decide the number of authors and their exact designation before submission or well before the article beginning stage itself.
  10. Kindly make sure you have to submit your final version of the manuscript.
  11. To publish the article, our Journal Team Members will give multiple reminders at every stage of the publication process. If authors do not reply for such remainders, Plumula Journals having rights to withdraw or withheld the article.