Code of Ethics

The IEEE-ICCECE conference like previous years, is committed to provide a conducive environment to all participating delegates, speakers, research scholars and students. In this respect, providing a harassment free conference experience to all the delegates feature in the top priority of the conference organizers. Harassment free conference experience directly implies that no delegate, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices, shall face any discrimination during the proceedings of the conference. Harassment of participants in any form shall not be tolerated. Sexual language and imagery in the conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media will also not be tolerated. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organisers.

At the very outset (during registration) we apprise and encourage all participants about volunteers and concerned conference organizers who can be approached to report issues that violate our ‘Code of Ethics’.

Publication Ethics

Ethical standards for publication ensure scientific publications of the highest quality, retention of public trust in scientific reports that further provides credibility to the scientific investigators (and community) for the scientific investigators for their endeavours. In line with the guidelines of the Committee on Publication Ethics (CoPE), TTIC will accept papers only if:
the paper has not published before, except in the form of an abstract or as a part of review or thesis
the paper is not under consideration for publication elsewhere;
the manuscript and the report therein have been approved by all co-authors as well as by the responsible authorities at the university/institute whose resources have been used for the work
the submission (by the authors) has no misconducts like plagiarism, data fabrication, and manipulation are practiced during research work and manuscript preparation.

Submission Misconduct:


Copying of even a single sentence from someone else’s manuscript or composition or even from the author’s previously published work is considered infringement of Copyright laws and the manuscript would be treated as plagiarized.

Data fabrication and falsification of data

Any report of manipulated or fabricated data reporting on the part of the author(s) would imply that the authors have grossly flouted basic tenets of scientific reporting and the authors would lose credibility as an authentic scientific investigator(s).

Multiple Submissions

The authors should note that submission of same work in multiple journals at the same time, among scientific journal, publishers are considered as gross misconduct and misuse of the opportunity offered to authors for scientific reporting. Such practices potentially damage the time of editors and peers who take time out of their busy professional practices in reviewing submissions from authors.

‘Salami Publications’ or redundant work submission

Authors should refrain from submission of work that entails no original practice or original experiment. Readers pay no attention to works of repetitive nature.