Academic Integrity

Why Academic Integrity is important at IHM?

Academic integrity is the expectation that teachers, students, researchers and all members of the Institute of Health & Management academic community act with honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility. Breaching academic integrity is known as academic misconduct or academic dishonesty. Academic integrity principles will assist you to work with the ethical expectation of your career in healthcare industry.

All forms of Academic dishonesty are prohibited at IHM and carry serious consequences. Educators at IHM use Turnitin to help detect academic dishonesty in papers and exams. Turnitin is an originality checking and plagiarism prevention service that checks your writing for citation mistakes of inappropriate coping.

The accepted practice in Academic integrity, students need to acknowledge where the information which they use comes from, clearly citing or referencing the source. Sitting your own exams and submitting your own work. Accurately reporting research finding and abiding by research policies. Using information appropriately, according to copyright and privacy laws. Acting ethically or doing the right thing, even when you are facing difficulties. Breaching any of the above, substantial penalties can enforce to students.

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