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Winter 2-19-2020



  1. 1. MOHANTY (Rasmita) and JENA(Pushpanjali). Scientometric Analysis Into Research Output Of IIT Bombay In The Field of Engineering During 2006-2016. International Journal of Information, Library & Society. 8, 1; 2019, Jan. p28-35
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  3. 3. KUMAR (Satish). Scientometric study of research productivity of ARIES, Nainital. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal). (Feb, 2018).p.1-15 (Visited on: Mar 4,2018).
  4. PATEL (Vimlesh). Scientometrics analysis of research productivity: A case study. International Research: Journal of Library & Information Science. 7,2; 2017.p.369-376.
  5. NAGARKAR (Shubhada) and KENGAR(Manisha). Analysis of physics research output of SP Pune University during the period 1990-2014. Annals of Library and Information Studies, 64; June, 2017. 106-112.
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  3. MUKHERJEE (Bhaskar). Research in Indian CSIR laboratories: A bibliometric study. SRELS Journal of Information Management. 54,4; 2017, Aug. p165-174.
  4. NANDI (Amitava) and MONDAL(Sanjukta). Research Productivity in the Departments of Chemistry and Physics of the University of Burdwan during 1960 – 2000: A Comparative Study. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal) (Jun, 2017).(Visited on: Mar 4, 2019).
  5. KHANNA (Sunaina). Scientometric Analysis of the Research Output of Physics and Astronomy of Guru Nanak Dev University during 2006-2015. DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology, 37(5); 2017, Sep.p337-345.
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  8. BARIK (Nilaranjan) and JENA (Pushpanjali). Growth of LIS Research Articles in India seen through Scopus: A bibliometric analysis. Library Philosophy and Practice(e-journal. (Summer, 2014). (Visited on: May 30, 2019).
  9. NANDI (Amitava) and BANDYOPADHYAY (Amit Kumar). Scientometric dimensions of research productivity of the botany department, during 1960-2000. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal). (Summer, 2013). (Visited on: May 30, 2019).
  10. SEVUKAN(R) and SHARMA (Jaideep). Bibliometric Analysis of Research Output of Biotechnology Faculties in Some Indian Central Universities. DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology. 28,6; 2008, November. p11-20.
  11. KADEMANI (B.S.). Scientometric profile and publication productivity of the radiochemistry division at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre. SRELS Journal of Information Management. 44,2; 2007, Jun. p 99-124.
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  13. SUBRAMANYAM (K). Bibliometric studies of research collaboration: A review. Journal of Information Science. 6,1; 1983, Jan 1. p35-37.
  14. Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay). (Visited on: March 8, 2019).
  15. Civil Engineering. (Visited on: March 9, 2019).


This paper evaluates research output of Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Bombay for the period 2006-2016. An analysis of 734 documents pertaining to IIT Bombay as reflected in Scopus Database has been made based on Scientometric principles . This study aims to find out year wise growth of publications, cumulative growth and annual growth rate, types of documents, preferred source for publication and degree of collaboration.



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