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Abstract

The paper reveals the research productivity of the scientist of Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, India during the year 2001-2015. The study is an analysis of total productivity of TIFR with comparing its Astronomical research productivity during the year 2001-2015. Web of Science (WoS) database was used for the bibliographic data retrieval. Bibliographic data were analyzed by using bibliometric tools and techniques. The research is conducted with a purpose to know the total research productivity of TIFR as well as Astronomical productivity over the period of 15 years (2001-2015), the literature growth, document types, the citations received, source journals, collaborating institutions & countries and research funding agencies. Findings also indicate the publication pattern, CAGR, degree of collaboration, H-Index as well as the nature of the research activities carried out.

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