keshav memorial institute of technology

An Autonomous Institution - Accredited by NAAC with 'A' Grade
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** B.TECH  II YR II SEM  & III YR II SEM SPECIAL SUPPLY EXAMINATIONS IN MAY-2022 FOR 2011 ADMITTED STUDENTS. You can view the NOTIFICATION here **KMIT is pleased to announce that it was classified as Promising by Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievement (ARIIA). You can view the certificate here ** NBA has accredited CSE UG Program for 3 academic years 2021-22 to 2023-24. **B.Tech I year II Sem Sept/Oct 2021 Regular exam results are released. To check results Click Here  **KMIT  is proud to announce it's third college Keshav Memorial Engineering college @NGIT campus Uppal, CSE - 180, CSE AIML - 120 (EAMCET code KMEC) **Four project proposals by our students Nischal Singhi, Srinivas Yadav, Akash Konda, and P Sai Varshith were accepted by GSoC. Congratulations and best wishes to them. To know more

  **One Week Online Workshop on "Privacy and Cyber Security" from 31-01-2022 to 5-02-2022, in association with CSI. To know more click here  **KMIT  is proud to announce it's third college Keshav Memorial Engineering college @NGIT campus Uppal, CSE - 180, CSE AIML - 120 (EAMCET code KMEC) **Four project proposals by our students Nischal Singhi, Srinivas Yadav, Akash Konda, and P Sai Varshith were accepted by GSoC. Congratulations and best wishes to them. To know more

Code of Ethics

Anti-Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism is the dishonest presentation of the work of others as if it were one’s own.

Plagiarism violates the expectations of trust and honesty necessary for academic work in an ethical community, it is a serious offense. In addition, plagiarism undercuts the basic purposes of higher education by short-circuiting the processes of inquiry, reflection and communication that lead to learning.

Plagiarism can take several forms, including but not limited to:

Recognizing that students may sometimes commit plagiarism unintentionally because they do not know the conventions of quotation, citation and acknowledgement, professors may deal with cases of plagiarism in different ways. When in the professor’s judgment the student intends to do honest work but doesn't yet understand the conventions of academic quotation and acknowledgment, the professor may require the student to rewrite the paper, may lower the grade on the paper or may fail the paper.

Cases of plagiarism that result in a failing grade for an assignment or for a course must be reported to the Provost in order to prevent any individual from plagiarizing repeatedly and each time professing ignorance. If a student plagiarizes repeatedly, the Provost may apply additional penalties, including dismissal from the college.