Copyright and License issues

Copyright and License issues for IJMNHS Journal and Its publisher: 
Copyright on any open access article (OAA) in an Open Access journal (OAJ) published by IJMNHS International Journal, TWCMSI, and Rejaul Abedin is retained by the author(s).
Authors grant IJMNHS International Journal, TWCMSI, and Rejaul Abedin a license to publish the article and identify themselves as the original publisher.
Authors also grant any third party the right to use the paper or article freely as long as its integrity is maintained and its original authors, citation details, and publisher are identified.
The Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 formalizes these and other policies, terms, and conditions of publishing papers or articles.
In addition to IJMNHS International Journal, TWCMSI, and Rejaul Abedin’s copyright policy, some journals also follow an Open Access, Open Data policy, and the Creative Commons CC to all published data in these groups of International journals.

Exceptions to copyright Terms and policies: 
There may be exceptions concerning publication copyright and licensing for papers or articles which were previously published under policies that are distinct from the above. For example, occasionally if IJMNHS, TWCMSI, and Rejaul Abedin may co‐publish papers, or articles jointly with other international publishers, may then different licensing conditions to apply. In each and every such case, however, access to these papers or articles is free from paying any fees or any other access restrictions won’t apply.

Archiving policy:

IJMNHS and its group of journals are following the Archiving policies such as its publisher archiving through DOI, every article consists of a unique DOI and the associated 3rd party platforms such as, Google Gmail and other disks are for example.