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Date of this Version

5-20-2019

Citation

  1. Kannan, P., Kimidi, S., & Arora, J. (2018). Federated Research Profile Management for Researchers in India: Indian Research Information Network System. INFLIBNET Newsletter, 25(3), 14-21.
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Abstract

Indian Research Information Network System (IRINS) developed by the Central University of Punjab, Bathinda in collaboration with Information and Library Network Centre (INFLIBNET) which can be used for higher education institution and research institutions to showcase the research contribution to the scholarly community. The data were taken from Indian Research Information Network System (http://irins.org/irins/) of 15 instances for the Academic and Research Organisations. The objectives of the article is to analyze the faculty members, department and their scholarly publications with citations and its impact. It is found that KL University, Guntur has highest 836 (17.22%) faculty member. The Indian Institute of Technology, Madras has received 278374 (26.28%) highest citations from Scopus and 227686 (22.30%) citations from Cross Ref.

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