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|Title:||Rankings of Indian Universities: A Scientometrics Analysis|
|Authors:||Sangam, S L|
Bagalkoti, V T
|Abstract:||In the present paper an attempt has been made to assess the Academic rankings of Universities in India. The main objectives of the study are to measure the growth of publications of the National Assessment and Accreditation Council ( NAAC) accredited universities; to identify the rank of Indian universities; to measure the collaboration and h-index; to compare the Indian universities through publication output and h-index, and to find out the highly productive Indian universities and to rank them. For the study 50 Indian Universities output of publications have been taken from the SCOPUS international multidisciplinary bibliographical database covering during 2001-2010. Study provides the reader with a comprehensive understanding of a university ranking schemes based on its methodological issues, and impacts on society. The University rankings may be used in policy making and academic discussions.|
|Appears in Collections:||CALIBER 2015: Shimla,HP|
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