Ethical Research Policy

The Ethical Research policy includes, as appropriate, regulations on copyright issues.

INTRODUCTION
SUC expects all faculty members engaged in research activities to adhere strictly to ethical practices in Collecting, Analyzing, and Presenting Data and present conclusions as per internationally acceptable standards. Any deviations from the policy are strictly dealt with by the disciplinary action by RSAC of the SUC. It is also required that any scholarly work that is produced by a member of the SUC faculty is free of any unfair practice. In SUC, the policy on human subjects in research relates to seeking permission to be a part of a sample voluntarily and respects the rights and welfare of human subjects which are covered under the ambit of legal and privacy requirements of the region.

PURPOSE
To ensure the legal rights, copyright and patent issues, privacy, dignity, and cultural compliances, laws of decency related to human subjects are strictly adhered to by the research permitted by SUC.

PATENT AND COPYRIGHT ISSUES
RSAC will facilitate organizing regular workshops/webinars for faculty members, staff, and students about patents, and copyright issues. The committee will make sure that Federal Law No. 7 of 2002 on Copyrights and related rights is understood and followed by everyone in the institution. Any violation of these issues will be reported and handled by the Disciplinary Action Committee.
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