PHD Students – Government to use software to check Plagiarism in Ph.D theses

 

 

Turnitin’ software to clamp down Plagiarism for PhD Scholars

 

Government has decided use ‘Turnitin’ software to clamp down on the practice of plagiarism in Ph.D theses. HRD Minister  Prakash Javedkar said, those people whose dissertations have plagiarized content would not get the doctorate degree.
 
“The Central government has taken strong steps to keep a check on such practices of plagiarism in Ph.D research. One person’s Ph.D. thesis has been wrongly used by some others to complete their theses. As such cases are on the rise, we have decided to use software such as ‘Turnitin’ and others to keep a check on such theses,” the minister said.
 
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When asked about the permission for the Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust (SSST) to start a medical college, Javadekar said, “Once the proposal is received, I will speak to the Indian Medical Association and Union health minister for getting permission for the college”.

 

Responding to a query on the less number of allopathy doctors in the system, the minister said the government has started medical colleges across the country. He said, “the proposed medical college of the SSST will also come up on the donations received from the people’s contribution”.
 
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