Shri TuljaBhavani College of
Engineering ,Tuljapur .
Ethics for Plagiarism
1. I know that
plagiarism means taking and using the ideas,
writings, works or inventions of another as
if they were oneís own. I know that
plagiarism not only includes verbatim
copying, but also the extensive use of
another personís ideas without proper
acknowledgement (which includes the proper
use of quotation marks). I know that
plagiarism covers this sort of use of
material found in textual sources and from
2. I acknowledge
and understand that plagiarism is wrong.
3. I understand
that my research must be accurately
referenced. I have followed the rules and
convention concerning referencing, citation
and the use of quotation as set out in the
4. This project
work is my own work, or my groupís unique
group project work. I acknowledge that
copying someone elseís work or part of it,
is wrong, and that submitting identical work
to others constitutes a form of plagiarism.
5. I have not
allowed, nor will I in the future allow,
anyone to copy my work with the intention of
passing it off as their own work.
MALPRACTICES AND PLAGIARISM IN RESEARCH