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Tips to avoid plagiarism while writing research paper for Journal or Conference.

When you use ideas, facts, and opinions that are not your own -- even when you don't use the author's exact words -- you must give appropriate credit to the author as you incorporate his or her ideas into your paper. If you don't do so, you're committing plagiarism, one of the most serious offenses in academe. According to Katharine Hansen If you don't do so, you're committing plagiarism, one of the most serious offenses in academe. Virtually every school has an honor code that prohibits plagiarism, and consequences range from failing the assignment or class in which the plagiarism occurred to being expelled from your college.
According to our previous article “Whatis Plagiarism and How to avoid this?” by Mr. A Dash, Member of IEEE ,Managing editor and Research Consultant , the plagiarism must be checked by a software and the author always try to write the paper in own words. He/She may take help from the experts to avoid the plagiarism. There are other ways to …

How to prepare yourself to present your research paper in any International/National Conference ?

An oral presentation is more than just reading a paper or set of slides to an audience. How you deliver your presentation is at least as important in effectively communicating your message as what you say. Use these guidelines to learn simple tools that help you prepare and present an effective presentation, and design PowerPoint slides that support and enhance your talk.
Preparing an Effective Presentation An effective presentation is more than just standing up and giving information. A presenter must consider how best to communicate the information to the audience. Use these tips to create a presentation that is both informative and interesting: ·Organize your thoughts. Start with an outline and develop good transitions between sections. Emphasize the real-world significance of your research. ·Have a strong opening. Why should the audience listen to you? One good way to get their attention is to start with a question, whether or not you expect an answer. ·Define terms early. If you are u…