Fact-Checking Policy

Ensuring Accuracy and Reliability

  1. Multiple Source Verification
    • Cross-referencing information from reputable news outlets, official sources, expert opinions, and academic research.
  2. Expert Consultation
    • Consulting subject matter experts to validate complex or technical information, ensuring accuracy and informed reporting.
  3. Primary Source Evaluation
    • Prioritizing primary sources such as official documents, firsthand interviews, and direct data from research studies or government agencies to minimize reliance on secondary sources.
  4. Date and Context Verification
    • Verifying the date and context of information ensures currency and relevance and prevents the dissemination of outdated or misleading information.
  5. Corroboration of Claims
    • Fact-checking claims, quotes, statistics, and assertions to ensure they are supported by evidence and not based on speculation or misinformation.
  6. Transparency in Methodology
    • We will provide transparency about our fact-checking process and methodology, offering insight into how we verify information and assess its accuracy. We will also clearly label opinion pieces and distinguish them from factual reporting.
  7. Correction of Errors
    • We promptly correct errors identified after publication and transparently disclose corrections to readers to maintain accountability and trustworthiness in our reporting.

By adhering to these fact-checking principles, we aim to deliver accurate, reliable, and trustworthy information to our readers, empowering them to make informed decisions and engage critically with the content presented on LKU UniExam.

If you have any questions or concerns about our fact-checking process, please contact us at feedback@lkouniexam.in or drop us a message here.