Plagiarism is perhaps the most common form of ethical code violations and misconduct used by various researchers across nations. MAHER does not indulge in plagiarism of any form and takes in a serious view of the researchers indulging in plagiarism. MAHER allows less than 10% of plagiarism in the research works produced by the faculty members, students, and researchers of the Institution. A separate committee has been constituted to monitor the plagiarism aspects of the scientific work published by MAHER. MAHER uses URKUND anti-plagiarism software to ensure meticulous screening of any scientific work published from the Institution. MAHER has an effective system in place that generates internal reference numbers to all the faculty members, PhD scholars and postgraduate students to enable them to check their scientific work in URKUND. This also ensures a systematic tracking of all the publications generated by the Institution to ensure their authenticity and credibility.