SRMJ uses the following software


Plagiarism check

Editing and Proofreading English Services

Effective communication in English is crucial in the realm of publishing. Academic writing necessitates clarity, accuracy, and readability. We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of your manuscript. Our proficient team of qualified academic editors, with extensive experience across diverse disciplines and academic levels, provides meticulous editing and proofreading services for your manuscript.

Our proofreading services encompass multiple facets, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar refinement; verification of references; assessment of presentation style for logic, clarity, and flow; enhancement of technical terminology and sentence structure; sentence editing and paraphrasing; journal-specific formatting (applied once); and a comprehensive plagiarism percentage report before and after editing and proofreading.

We extend professional editing and proofreading services across a broad spectrum of academic disciplines and fields. Tailored to the manuscript's length, we ensure prompt and efficient service delivery.

If you're inclined to submit your manuscript for this invaluable service, we invite you to reach out to our editorial team at We assure you that we will respond within 24 hours of your contact.

Publication ethics policy@ SRMJ

Plagiarism entails the replication and utilization of another individual's prior methodologies, findings, or verbiage without properly acknowledging the original author and source. At SRMJ, any manifestation of plagiarism is unequivocally unacceptable and is regarded as a grave violation of ethical conduct, carrying potential legal and ethical repercussions. As a safeguard, the Sustainable Resources Management Journal diligently employs distinct plagiarism detection software to assess submissions, thereby upholding the integrity of our published articles.

In line with our commitment to maintaining the highest standards of academic integrity, manuscripts found to incorporate plagiarized content are promptly retracted from the journal's website. This action follows a thorough examination and is endorsed by the journal's Editor-in-Chief.

Moreover, instances of content overlap undergo meticulous scrutiny to ascertain potential plagiarism in accordance with the publisher's Editorial Policies. To ensure the originality and authenticity of the submissions, SRMJ stipulates a permissible overall similarity threshold of 20% for manuscripts to be considered for publication. This stringent approach underscores our dedication to promoting rigorous academic practices and preserving the credibility of our scholarly contributions.