Plagiarism Check

Our Library provides plagiarism verification service as well as facilitates necessary tools to the faculty, research scholars and students. We use URKUND* and Turnitin* software and the access to Turnitin and URKUND has been given to all the faculty members where as the research scholars have been given free access to URKUND.

Faculty: How to avail plagiarism verification service?

  • Access to Turnitin and URKUND has been given to the faculty members;
  • For login credentials of Turnitin and URKUND or any queries, please write to: library@cuh.ac.in (with a subject line: “URKUND/Turnitin access”. For queries, write with a subject line: “URKUND Query” or “Turnitin Query”);
  • The Department/s requiring the ‘plagiarism verification report’ and ‘certificate’ for PhD/MPhil thesis/dissertation, may submit the duly filled in Plagiarism verification form along with the e-copy of thesis/ dissertation to: library@cuh.ac.in (with a subject line: “Plagiarism Verification”).

Research Scholars: How to avail plagiarism verification service?

  • Access to URKUND has been given to the researchers;
  • All the researchers are entitled to avail access to URKUND and may use login credentials shared with them by the Library. For login credentials/queries, please contact: library@cuh.ac.in (with a subject line: “URKUND access”. For queries, with a subject line: “URKUND Query”);
  • The Departments requiring the ‘plagiarism verification report’ and ‘certificate’ (of their researchers) may submit the duly filled in Plagiarism verification form along with the e-copy of thesis/ dissertation to: library@cuh.ac.in (with a subject line: “Plagiarism Verification”);

The Library also provides training programmes on plagiarism and research integrity;

Note: A dedicated policy and procedures on plagiarism and academic integrity prepared in line with the UGC Regulations, 2018 shall be shared by June, 2022.

PG/UG Students: How to avail plagiarism verification service?

Access to Turnitin and URKUND have been given to the faculty members. PG/UG students may approach the faculty members. For any doubts, students may contact the Library staff.

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FYI

Plagiarism is the use of another’s work, words, or ideas without attribution. The word “plagiarism” comes from the Latin word for “kidnapper” and is considered a form of theft, a breach of honesty in the academic community. Plagiarizers suffer serious consequences, including suspension or expulsion from the education institute (yale.edu). 

*Note: Renewal of subscription to Turnitin or any other commercial software depends on the availability of funds/ validity of subscription period/ demand for a specific software/ or any other specific parameter/ reason.