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The analysed the research publications contributions of the LIS researchers in DJLIT (DESIDOC Journal of Library and Information technology) during 2011-2017. The total no. 419bibliographical records were retrieved from DJLIT website during the period of study. The result of the study observed that Maximum of 70 papers was brought out in the year 2012. It followed by 66 papers published in 2013. The study found that DJLIT productivity range of publications between 12.17 and 16.76 over the period of study. RGR and Dt was an increasing and a decreasing trend observed over period of study. It is found that highest RGR was 0.18 in 2012 and lowest RGR was 0.04 known in two years 2014 and 2016 it could be observed RGR and Dt went on exponential growth were does not progress during the period. 36.75 % of the publications shared single author. 63.25 % of the publications contributed in collaborative nature. It is observed that majority of publications 44.15 % representing by the two authors in the analysis BM. Guptha was published 18 papers in DJLIT, who is a ranked 1 author. It followed by Chenupathi K. Ramiah shored second his publications 11.University of Delhi, which is the top ranked institution. It is followed by NISTADS (24), DRDO (22), Pondicherry University (13), Banaras Hindu University (11) , Indian Institute of technology (11) and University of Kashmir (10).



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