Departmental Academic Integrity Panel to be setup by DU

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Delhi University has upheld the composition of a Departmental Academic Integrity Panel.  As a result, this will consider issues regarding plagiarism and academic integrity.

Recently, there have been allegations of plagiarism against two principals of the varsity. The complaint is against Zakir Hussain College’s principal Masroor Ahmed Beg. Additionally,  Dyal Singh College (Evening) Principal Pawan Sharma has also faced allegations.

The notification
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A notification was issued on Wednesday where the varsity said, “This is to bring to your kind notice that the Competent Authority of the University has approved the composition of the Departmental Academic Integrity Panel (DAIP) as per UGC (promotion of academic integrity and prevention of plagiarism in higher educational institutions) Regulations, 2018.”

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The notification also said, “All the College Principals are hereby informed that the matters concerning Plagiarism and Academic Integrity may be sent to the concerned departments for processing.”

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