KJMS employs a Plagiarism Prevention Software named iThenticate to screen all manuscripts submitted for review or published. Plagiarism, along with other offenses like duplicate publication, data fabrication and falsification, and improper author credit, is considered a grave violation of publication ethics. Engaging in Plagiarism Fraud or knowingly providing inaccurate information is deemed unethical. Additionally, submitting the same manuscript to multiple journals simultaneously is considered unethical publishing behavior and is not acceptable. It is important to note that KJMS Journal may overlook a duplicated manuscript by a maximum of 20%.