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Date of this Version

2015

Citation

  1. Chavan, S. B., & Chaurasia, N. K. (2014). Research output of Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) during 2001-2010: A bibliometric analysis. International Journal of Information Dissemination and Technology, 4(2), 141-147.
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Abstract

This study highlights the bibliometric analysis of research productivity of Odisha's state universities during 2010 to 2014 indexed in SCOPUS Database which is 490. The study analyzes different aspects of bibliometric study and found that Utkal University is the most productive institutions with 37.76% of total publications and growth rate of publication of the study is -105.63%. Physics and Astronomy is most preferred subject area having 20% of total publications. The most preferred journal for publications is Optics Communications and Indian Journal of Physics with 1.63% of contributions each and P.K. Mishra. Is the most productive author having 3.06% of total publications. Article is the most preferred type of document with 87.35% of total publications.The numbers of publications by multiple authors is 96.73% which is much higher than publications by single author.The paper published by Hoffmann M.,et al.(2010) titled “ The impact of conservation on the status of the world's vertebrates” published in Science. is the highest cited paper ; Degree of collaboration of the study is 0.97 .

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