KTU is ready to use Turnitin software. Thiruvananthapuram News – Times of India

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University 3.5 crore will be spent on online journal and plagiarism detection software for faculty and students.
held a syndicate meeting university It was decided here on Thursday to provide affiliated colleges access to plagiarism detection software Turnitin and journals like Elsevier, Nimbus. The university will also provide cloud computing resources to the faculty and students for various projects and research.
In the meeting, it was also decided to give permission to start two new engineering colleges in the state. Four B.Tech courses, MBA and MCA courses have been approved KMCT Institute of Technology and Management, which is being started at Malappuram. The total sanctioned admission strength in the college is 360. Gregorian Institute of Technology, which is starting in Kottayam, will offer five B.Tech programs with a maximum of 360 admissions.
The Syndicate has also decided to organize a graduation ceremony and distribute certificates to the students who have completed research and postgraduate studies from the University.
Other Decisions:
The examination center of Al-Ameen College, Palakkad has been canceled for one year due to issues related to examination malpractices. It has also been decided to impose fine on Srikrishnapuram Government Engineering College for serious lapses in the conduct of examination and to investigate the matter. Syndicate members Professor G Sanjeev, Vinod Kumar Jacob and Joint Director of Examinations will lead the probe.