An Effect on Academic Integrity Due to Plagiarism: A Review

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Year : 2022,
Volume & Issue : LIB PRO. 42(1), JAN-JUN 2022
Page No. : 206-219,
Article Type : Review Aticle
Article DOI : 10.5958/2320-317X.2022.00019.8 (Received on 10.12.2021, Revised on 19.03.2022, Accepted on 23.04.2022)

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Dr. Rajinder Kumar*, Dr. Bhanu Pratap**, Dr. Rajive Kumar Pateria***
Author’s Affiliation : *Assistant Librarian, Central Library, Maharana Pratap Horticultural University, Karnal, Haryana 132116, India. **Assistant Librarian, Nehru Library, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, Haryana 125004, India. ***Professor (LIS), Nehru Library, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, Haryana 125004, India.

Corresponding Author : Dr. Rajinder Kumar, Assistant Librarian, Central Library, Maharana Pratap Horticultural University, Karnal, Haryana 132116, India.,
E-Mail:-raj.lisku@gmail.com

Abstract
A major issue in academic research is plagiarism. An academician's primary concentration is on research. Students are more likely to duplicate assignments from each other and since it is easier for them to complete their work. Copying decreases the time and effort needed to think and formulate the logic of programs, the coding, and debugging processes. Plagiarism, on the other hand, significantly increases the workload of the people who do the evaluation. Two-phase architecture is developed in this study that combines the advantages and disadvantages of both categories to overcome their shortcomings when implemented separately. Approaches are diverse. Plagiarism in several languages and plagiarism based on content. A new path, Plagiarism, the act of passing off someone else's work or ideas as your own without giving credit where credit is due, is a major problem in today's society. Plagiarism may manifest itself in a variety of ways and a wide range of fields. By analyzing the reasons, origins, and forms of plagiarism, plagiarism may be described in numerous ways. Direct copying of material from another source without mentioning the original author, substituting terms for synonyms, paraphrasing, altering the voice of the statement, and so on are all examples of plagiarism in writing.
How to cite this article: Kumar R, Pratap B, Pateria RK. (2022). An Effect on Academic Integrity Due to Plagiarism: A Review. Library Progress International, 42(1), 206-219
Keywords Academic Misconduct, Collusion, Plagiarism Tools, Student Perceptions