Research Misconduct: Why PhD Students Should Stay Away from It!

Research misconduct involves falsification, fabrication, or plagiarism in conducting or reporting research. Researchers, institutions, regulatory bodies, and publishers are responsible for maintaining research integrity. Increasing awareness and knowledge about the code of ethics and guidelines will allow us to handle the cases of research misconduct effectively. In this infographic, we give you an understanding of the different aspects of research misconduct and ways to handle it.


Research Misconduct

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