Research Landscape/Performance of India during 2010-2018: An Exploration through Scopus


Abstract

Presently total number of universities in the country is 907, (UGC (n.d.)) and these universities vary in terms of number of publications they produce. This study aims to identify the leading research institutions in India. To measure the performance of leading institutions multiple indicators have been applied, such as number of publications, total and average citations received, etc. IISc. Bangalore (15,948) produced most number of papers and BARC (32.21) received highest average citations per paper. BARC, CSIR India and University of Delhi had overall good performance in all the categories taken for the measurement.

Keywords

Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER), H-index, Higher Education in India, Research Landscape of India, Research Performance, Scopus

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