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Code of Ethics
Code of ethics to check malpractices and plagiarism in Research
Aim:
The main objective of this strategy is to promote the research as well as research publications and prevention of misconduct including plagiarism in Research and Development.
Objectives:
i. To create academic awareness about responsible conduct of research, study, project work, assignment, thesis, dissertation, promotion of academic integrity and prevention of misconduct including plagiarism in academic writing among students, researchers, faculty- and other members of academic staff as well as any employee of institution.
ii. To establish institutional mechanism through education and training to facilitate responsible conduct of research, study, project work, assignment, thesis, dissertation, promotion of academic integrity and deterrence from plagiarism.
iii. To develop systems to detect plagiarism and to set up mechanisms to prevent plagiarism and punish a student, faculty, or staff of institution committing the act of plagiarism.
Plagiarism:
Plagiarism constitutes unethical scientific behavior. Proper acknowledgement of the work of others used in a research work must always be given. Further, it is the obligation of each author to provide prompt retractions or corrections of errors in published works. There are varying degrees of plagiarism warranting different consequences and corrective action, of which following are serious:
1. Exactly or practically word for word copying or translation of a full paper(s), or the verbatim or nearly verbatim copying or translation of a significant portion(s) of another paper(s).
2. Divulge unpublished data or findings without permission, even if attributed.
3. Unaccredited verbatim or nearly verbatim copying or translation of individual elements of another paper(s).
4. Unaccredited paraphrasing of pages or paragraphs from another paper(s).
5. Credited verbatim copying or translation of a major portion of a paper without clear delineation
Possible types of Ethical violations:
a) Conflict of Interest
b) Disputes about authorship
c) Duplicate Submission
d) Fabrication or misrepresentation of data or results
Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE):
To address breaches of research and publication ethics, the institution has formulated Research Committee, a voluntary body providing a discussion forum and advice for all authors submitting their research work. The Committee is responsible for developing and monitoring policies and guidelines related to publishing ethics, in matters pertaining to possible violations and assisting with investigations of alleged violations. The degree of corrective action will be commensurate with the degree of plagiarism.
Disciplinary Action:
The Research Committee comprises five members team which establishes and takes care of the issues and complaints regarding the plagiarism and submits the report after thorough investigation and recommends the disciplinary action to be imposed within a period of 3 weeks from the day of compliant.
The member comprises:
1) Dr. T. N. Gholap (Principal): Chairman
2) Dr.B.D.Jadhav (Member Coordinator): Secretary
3) Respective Head of the Department: Member
4) Subject Experts: 2 Members
Standard working procedure for Research & Publication:
A standard working procedure is a set of instructions which are followed by the Faculty members and students to perform the duty properly and consistently to achieve high quality result. It is to describe the procedure of reviewing and getting the approval for apparent publication.
There are softwares available to check the plagiarism:
1) https://www.duplichecker.com
2) https://searchenginereports.net/plagiarism-checker
3) https://www.copyscape.com/plagiarism.php
4) www.plagramme.com
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