The study uses various bibliometric techniques to examine papers published in the Annals of Library and Information Studies (ALIS) from 2011 to 2021. Scopus database was used to gather the necessary information. Furthermore, the research productivity was measured using various parameters such as year-by-year distribution of publications with citations, RCI, AGR, ACPP, CAI, Citation analysis, and author, institution, and country collaboration. The findings of the study, the number of articles published varies with time, with the highest number of articles published in 2014. Two authors published the most research papers (152), followed by single authors (108). B. K. Sen was the most prolific author, with 19 publications and 34 citations. India's Council of Scientific and Industrial Research contributed 30 papers, which were ranked first among the top ten most effective institutions. As per the distribution of output by country, India contributed the most, with 242 research papers, followed by Nigeria with 24 research papers.