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Keywords:Predatory journal, UGC, Academic integrity
AbstractEditorial of Journal of Extension Education 31(2)
Ways to Spot a Predatory Journal (n.d). Retrieved from https://www.rxcomms.com/blog/6-ways-spot-predatory-journal/#2-check-if-the-journal-is-a-member-of-doaj-cope-oaspa-or-stm
Seethapathy G.S, SanthoshKumar J.U & Hareesha AS. (2016). India's scientific publication in predatory journals: Need for regulating quality of Indian science and education. Current Science :111:1759-64.
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