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Copyrights policy


According to copyright law, in order to be eligible for copyright protection, a work must be creative and it must be fixed in a tangible medium. Names and titles are not, by themselves, subject to copyright.

Copyright Policy

Copyright is the legal protection of original works and includes both published and unpublished works. The owner of the copyright has the right to copy the published work. Authors should use caution when using material, images, and/or data printed from the Internet. It is the responsibility of the author to ensure that proper permissions are obtained as appropriate but some use of copyright material is permitted without permission under the "Fair Use" Doctrine. When the author(s) sign a copyright transfer agreement with a publisher, ownership of the published work transfers to the publisher. Although it may be polite to ask the author for permission to use published material, permission to use previously published data, tables, figures, charts and large reprints of text must be obtained from the copyright owner (or owners of the data). The ability of an author to re-use their own previously copyrighted work depends on the terms of the copyright. About the copyright policy of the Nyayavimarsha, to publish any research articles, we need publishing rights. This is determined by the copyright transfer form signed by the author(s) in which author(s) give consent that :


"I/We give consent for publication in the Nyayavimarsha Journal in any media (print, electronic, or any other) and transfer copyright to the Nyayavimarsha Journal in the event of its publication. I/We do not have any conflict of interest (Financial or others) other than those declared I/we have read the final version of the manuscript and I am responsible for what it says. 

Once copyright transfers All rights are reserved for Nyayavimarsha. No Part of the material protected by this copyright may not be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without the prior written permission of the copyright owner. However, permission is not required to copy abstracts, as long as the source is fully acknowledged.