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extent of similarity in Post Graduate dissertations found pre and post correction/revision was presented in this paper by explaining practical experiences of researchers with regard to the unethical techniques and tools opted by students to qualify the plagiarism/similarity check. Also, attempt has been made to provide some recommendations for the instructor of plagiarism prevention tool to get the precise result which is free from text manipulation.



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