As in lieu
of the ethics in higher education, fair conduct of research and prevention of
misconduct, as per UGC (Promotion of Academic Integrity and Prevention of
Plagiarism in Higher Educational Institutions) Regulations, 2018, students,
researchers and faculty members should not perform any academic misconduct by
the theft of intellectual property in any manner As per the UGC Regulation 2018
on Plagiarism Policy, the university adopts understated policies in order to
detect and refine the research work through Institutional Academic Integrity
checks for exclusion from Plagiarism: The similarity checks for plagiarism
shall exclude the following – i. All
quoted work reproduced with all necessary permission and/or attribution. ii. All references, bibliography, table
of content, preface and acknowledgements. iii.
All generic terms, laws, standard symbols and standards equations.
The research work carried out by the student, faculty, researcher and staff
shall be based on original ideas, which shall include abstract, summary,
hypothesis, observations, results, conclusions and recommendations only, and
shall not have any similarities. It shall exclude a common knowledge or
coincidental terms, up to fourteen (14) consecutive words.
Examples of plagiarism:
and pasting from the Internet and posting somewhere else without proper
someone’s work as their own.
passages from their own previous work without adding citations.
someone’s work without properly citing sources.
quotations, but not citing the source.
various sources together in the work without citing.
some, but not all passages that should be cited.
together cited and uncited sections of the piece.
proper citations, but fails to change the structure and wording of the
borrowed ideas enough.
citing the source.
too heavily on other people’s work. Fails to bring original thought into
name for other person work and putting your name for their project.
paragraph and sentences from other person’s text.