Whereas the UGC has issued a notification on 23rd July 2018 entitled "University Grants Commission (Promotion of Academic Integrity and Prevention of Plagiarism in Higher Educational Institutions) Regulations, 2018 (Ref: F. 1-18/2010(CPP-II), the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), Bangalore, as a Higher Education Institution of India as per the UGC definition, in order to comply with the UGC rules, and to promote and ensure academic integrity and originality and prevent academic misconduct (including plagiarism) in all the work produced by members of the Institute, has adopted the regulations as per the attached document.
A research ethics statement or protocol is an essential part of every proposal for research involving human and/or animal subjects, and must be submitted to the NIAS Ethics Committee for review and approval. This document contains the Principles and Guidelines on Research Ethics adopted by NIAS.
- Prof. Anitha Kurup – Chairperson
- Dr M Mayilvaganan- Member
- Ms Sumithra Sundar - Member
- Mr Nishant Srinivasaiah - Member
- Ms V Girija - Member
- Mr G Nagaraja - Member