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Present-day institutional repositories play a vital role in promoting higher education systems and research and development. Individual organisations showcase their intellectual works using the Open access institutional repository platform. The present study focuses on the current status of Chinese Open Access Institutional Repositories. Data were collected from the global Directory of Open Access Institutional Repositories (DOAR) website. And collected data have been analysed and represented in graphical and tabular formats to clearly understand the study results. The Authors also assessed the Chinese’ contribution to various parameters such as Year wise growth pattern, Nature of Institutional Repository, disciplines, Content, software and language used to build institutional repository.



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