Author (s) cannot make rectification/updation/modification/correction in the published article. It is already notified to the author in the acceptance letter. For any rectification/updation/modification/correction, there will require content updation fee. It is please noted that:

  1. Content updation is possible only one time for published article. Content updation means it to be allowed one time minor changes in the published article. It does not mean to change whole article. Minor change can be correction in the author (s) name, correction in the affiliations, correction in the equations, correction in the misprint(s), correction in the wrong value, etc. 
  2. After content updation request of your article, article (pdf and html) will update from journal database only. As you know that it is an open access journal. The term ‘open access’ means anybody can download published paper from the journal and can use it for academic purposes under the license of CC-BY-NC-ND. It means, open access published paper (s) to be used in any repository of the world (for example: www.scribd.com, researchgate.net, turnitin, ithenticate, etc). Hence, Neither journal nor publication house will not responsible for any rectification/updation/modification/correction if earlier version of article stored in the any repository of the world. After content updation request of your article, article (pdf and html) will update from journal database only.

For it, author should follow following steps:

  1. First make content updation fee USD 100.
  2. Then Submit content updation form that is given below.

 
Content Updation Form

You are requesting to make rectification/updation/modification/correction in the published article from the journal which is against the copyright of the journal that you had signed earlier during the submission of all supporting documents for the purpose of publication in the journal. This form can fill by only that author who submitted the paper to the journal.

Yes, I am aware of the general guidelines of the Ethics and policy that journal uses.