Topic8 Different types of Plagiarism

  • Thu 28th Mar 2019 - 11:41am

    Plagiarism essentially means stealing somebody’s paper or work and is not a new occurrence in the research field. It is considered unfair for the author. An author spends an extensive period of time to study, research and write an assignment. They devote years to gather all relevant information, and it takes very little time for people to copy it and claim it as their original work. Even if the author is not a famous person, the accused has no right to copy someone else’s work. It is a criminal offence. It is very easy to open a site or book and copy any paper of distinguished authors.

  • Tue 9th Jul 2019 - 12:57pm

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