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Research

The Research Cell formulates the basic policy on malpractice and plagiarism which is applicable to all students enrolled at the college and all the faculty appointed and undertaking research in the Institution. The Institution creates an awareness among the students and faculty members who are involved in research, on malpractice and plagiarism. The final year students of Business Administration and Social Work are instructed to use the following online open source softwares to check duplication of the research work.

Code of Ethics For Malpractice and Plagiarism in Research:

Plagiarism

Plagiarism, cheating and collusion and attempting to obtain an unfair academic advantage are entirely acceptable and not allowed. These forms of academic misconduct will be subject to disciplinary regulations.

Collusion

Collusion is an agreement between people to act together secretly or illegally in order to deceive or cheat someone.

Fabrication

Fabrication is making up data or results and recording or reporting them

Malpractice

A dereliction of professional duty or a failure to exercise an ordinary degree of professional skill or learning by one (such as physician) rendering professional services which results in injury, loss or damage.

College Academic Misconduct Policy

Prevention of Academic Misconduct – Staff

  • Informing students of the policy on academic malpractice
  • Displaying and informing guidelines on the format of formal acknowledgment of material
  • Advising the use of plagiarism software used and informing them on the availability of the free software.
  • Procedures for assessing work

Plagiarism can be the following

  • To steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one’s own.
  • To use (another’s production) without crediting the source
  • To commit literary theft
  • To present an idea or product as new and original derived from an existing source.

Unacceptable misconduct – Students:

  • Taking someone’s work, images or ideas and forwarding or using for self.
  • Acting unfairly or dishonestly to gain as advantage
  • Collusion – working with others to deceive or cheat.
  • Accessing fellow students / staff work and forwarding to others or using for self.

Faculty Research Abstract 2013 - 2018

Free Software available to check plagiarism

Types of Ethical Violation

Conflict of Interest:

Any action that may result in a conflict of interest must be fully disclosed. When objectivity and effectiveness cannot be maintained, the activity should be avoided or discontinued.

Disputes about authorship:

Proper authorship representation is generally a matter for the involved parties to resolve.

Duplicate Submission:

Duplicate submission abuses the resources of all affected journals, including the valuable time of editors, reviewers and staff and is unprofessional and unacceptable

Fabrication or misrepresentation of data or results:

Any incidence of fabrication or misrepresentation to be an extremely serious breach of professional conduct, with potentially severe ethical and legal consequences.

PUBLICATIONS
Staff Publications – ISBN allotted - 2018-19

  • A Handbook for Resource Management Techniques (RMT)
  • A Handbook for Allied Mathematics-I
  • Academic Enrichment Mini Research
  • Moral Science For Beginners
  • Field work Practice: A Guideline for Professional Social workers

A Handbook for Resource Management Techniques (RMT)

This book provides a basic knowledge in OR and help the students in preparing themselves for the exam. Effort has been made to simplify the technical material without distorting it and has been made easy to understand with the use of simple language.

Author
K. Alamelu

A Handbook for Allied Mathematics-I

The Handbook contains all formulae, equation, terms and definitions used in BCA and BSC computer science courses. It covers areas of mathematics like algebra, trigonometry, differential calculus, matrices and theory of equations. The book caters to the needs of student in simple language. Important results and formulae are given for each problem.

Author
Ms. S. Sudha &
Ms. E.F Beulah Angeline

Academic Enrichment Mini Research

This book aims to bring out the mini research of students and faculty to enrich the research culture in Nazareth College of Arts and Science.

Author
Dr. Mary Angeline Santhosam

Moral Science For Beginners

This book helps the reader understand the basic moral behaviours with respect to family, teachers, students and society.

Author
Dr. Mary Angeline Santhosam

Field work Practice:
A Guideline for Professional Social workers

This book will serve as a guide to social work trainee, faculty and agencies, Supervision to understand plan execute fieldwork curriculum.

Author
Dr. Umesh Samuel Jebaseelan &
Dr. Mary Angeline Santhosam

Mini Research of Faculty

 S.No   Name of  the study Authors
1 A Survey Of Learners’ Preference Towards Language Skills Ms.Archana
Assistant Professor
Department of English
2 A Study On Emotional Intelligence Of Undergraduate Students
In Nazareth College Of Arts And Science
Mr.Jeevan
Assistant Professor
Department of social Work
3 The Impact Of Social Media Among College Students Ms.Saranya
Assistant Professor
Department of Business Administration
4 A Study On Consumers Preference Towards Online Shopping In Avadi DR.S.Smilee Bose
Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce
5 The Effectiveness Of Activity Based Learning In Mathematics Ms.Uma
Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
6 TInternet Leads People In Constructive Or Destructive Path Ms.Vijayalakshmi
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science