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The aim of this study was to assess evaluation of 8th semester engineering student’s perception, awareness and behavior towards plagiarism in BGS Institute of Technology at Adi Chunachangiri University. The used survey design in which questionnaire was used to collect data. Altogether 250 questionnaires were distributed proportionally to respondents and 218 were collected with a response rate of 87.2%. Necessary statistical techniques and methods will be used to analyze the research data. After completion of the analysis the findings will be drawn and they will be presented in the form of report. The findings revealed the engineering college students of BGSIT (BGS Institute of Technology) using plagiarism for various purposes, purposes users using plagiarism is presented in table 7.4. Among the respondents with regard to the using plagiarism of ‘Learn How to Write’, majority of respondents biggest choice 126(57.8%) say ‘strongly agree’; with a highest mean value of 4.9 and SD being .915. The parameter among users in the awareness of ‘Plagiarisma’. It is observed that majority of the users says ‘strongly agree’ mean value of 4.16 and SD being .1.00 (Table-7.5). The respondents with regard to the behavior of ‘Sometimes it is necessary to plagiarize (if you have another important task to do you can plagiarize).’ more number of user biggest choice is 118(54.1) ‘strongly agree’ with highest mean value of 4.11 and SD being .1.26. (Table-7.9), for behaviors of Students about preparing and submitting an assignment in time in B G S Institute of Technology, 8th semester students.

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