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Research has always been regarded as the most important intellectual activity in the higher education system; therefore this research article aims to provide a comprehensive picture of research productivity in symposia, seminars, conferences, journals, book chapters, research projects and patents carried out by various academic librarians during 2004 to 2013. A questionnaire was designed for data collection and the same was sent to the academic librarians by e-mail/in print. The results indicate that there were total 1325 research productivity in symposia, seminars, conferences, journals, book chapters, research projects and patents during the year 2004 to 2013. Highest 405 (30.57%) research papers published in conferences. Maximum 28.98% research publications appeared during the year 2013. Dr. S.P. Chavan was the most prolific author he has published 85 (6.41%) research papers. Librarian preferred English language to write research papers. Researchers communicated their research through variety of communication channels. The librarian mostly preferred to journals for communication channel. Highest 57 (74.03%) librarians have used single authorship pattern for their publications. Mostly 68 (88.31%) librarians have attending the workshops/symposia/seminars/conferences to acquire new skills, latest technology, update knowledge.