Workshop : Plagiarism in Social Science Research
Plagiarism is a major concern in social science research. It is considered an act of theft in research by way of copying others’ words, sentences, phrases, contents or ideas without due academic credit to the original author.
With the growth of modern technologies, plagiarism is becoming more rampant. It can be deliberate but, sometimes, can be inadvertent too. That could be quite embarrassing to the researcher and may lead to unpleasant and painful academic consequences in future. Therefore, we must know about various aspects of plagiarism mentioned below so that it can be avoided –
- What is Plagiarism?
- What Constitutes Plagiarism?
- What could be the consequences of Plagiarism?
- How to avoid Plagiarism during Research and Writing?
- What software to use to detect plagiarism in our research writings?
- What is the process of using the software?
- What is the percentage limit permissible for plagiarized portions?
- Which part of the research paper is not put for plagiarized scanning?
The CSSP is organizing a one-day webinar on the 19th of August 2021 at 10 am. Interested students, researchers and teachers are welcome to join this program. A token registration fee of Rs. 200 has been fixed for attending the same. E-certificates will be issued to each participant.
Bank account details –
Bank Name: Oriental Bank of Commerce, Kanpur
Account Name: Centre for the Study of Society and Politics
A/C No: 09142010032130
The workshop shall be conducted on Zoom. A separate link will be sent to each participant.
If you have any queries, feel free to contact Dr Sanjay Kumar (8858378872), Mr Kamal Srivastava (9721990988), Dr Dharmendra Srivastava (9140552409)