1.00 Indian rupee ₹ University Should Allow At least 30% Plagiarism in Humanity Subject Mumbai

Published date: July 28, 2021
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University Should Allow At least 30% Plagiarism in Humanity Subject
Plagiarism has been the most complicated educational evil in academic and knowledge publications, wherein contents of other authors are used by people without due acknowledgement to the original author. There are various do's and don'ts which one should generally follow while making a publication however with the increase in the plagiarism percentage and in order to maintain the integrity of the academics, the UGC was in process of bringing in regulations to prevent this social evil. (BBGV2872021)

• What Is Not Plagiarism?

a) All quoted work reproduced with all necessary permission and/or attribution.
b) All references, bibliography, table of content, preface and acknowledgements.
c) All generic terms, laws, standard symbols and standards equations.
d) Exclude common knowledge or coincidental terms, up to fourteen (14) consecutive words.

1. Up to 38% student’s dissertation getting rejected because of plagiarism.
The word plagiarism is frightening to the students and young researchers as they are often penalized for unintentional plagiarism! This can happen, if they are not aware or not taught properly how to make plagiarism-free materials.
Some students will be accused of plagiarism; do you know why? After about months of research, their research paper will be rejected because of plagiarism. When students checked the journal report, they found that their paper was accused of plagiarism and with a lot of percentage. The reason is that their manuscript can be previously uploaded as a preprint. It takes students months to solve the problem and removing the manuscript from the database of the preprint.

2. Common subject like management, law, social subject has got much similar content so that plagiarism tolerance level must be 30% because many universities asking plagiarism up to 10% which almost impossible in humanity subjects.

Plagiarism, or passing someone else’s work as your own, is not a new phenomenon in research. It has gained greater attention with the advent of technology that has made it easier to uncover instances of plagiarism. However, not all types of plagiarism are alike. When analysing whether something is an act of plagiarism, the determination of whether it was intentional or unintentional, plays an important role. Whether intended or unintended, there is no excuse for plagiarism and the consequences are often the same. However, plagiarism may be accidental if it occurred because some terms are very alike in some subjects, or unintentional paraphrasing. Students are likely to commit accidental plagiarism, so universities should stress on the importance of education about this form of plagiarism.

3. There are many plagiarism tools available but their reports mismatch with university report so it's leads to confusion to students.

Some software’s like Turnitin, Etc are available to check the plagiarism for thesis as well as for research paper. If university have subscribed any of this software’s, then students use it before submission of thesis. After analysing the work using the software, they will get the certificate. If it has more than the allowed percentage, then students can do the modification depending upon the suggestions given in the certificate. Even for using others work or ideas, not only citing the original resource, try to rewrite the ideas or thoughts in your own way, don't copy the source directly. But the main problem is there are many different tools available & everyone shows different data which confuses the students.
The new UGC regulations, titled the "University Grants Commission (Promotion of Academic Integrity and Prevention of Plagiarism in Higher Educational Institutions) Regulations, 2018", brings about a special emphasis on the need for a more aware and integrity driven conduct of academicians indulging in any research or academic writing.

While talking to the Media, Dr. Prakash Bhosale said “With these regulations, the Institutions has a core responsibility to ensure working in direction of curbing the plagiarized contents and uphold academic integrity. With access to unlimited information on a subject matter, it is easy to compile the content without putting efforts of analyzing the contents for relevance. However, with strict regulations the students who are writing their PhD, Dissertation, Thesis, Research paper, MBA Project reports will be under a liability to ensure original creation which will ultimately help the author with overall academic and intellectual growth but some leniency should be shown towards the students & should allow at least 30% Plagiarism in Humanity Subject”

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