Research Productivity and Citations of Universities in South Tamil Nadu : A study based Indian Citation Index (ICI)

  • S Dhanavandan
  • M Tamizhchelvan

Abstract

An Indian Citation Index database is a powerful tool that lets you search,track, measure and collaborate in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities to turn raw data/information into the powerful knowledge.This paper is discussed the published research articles and its citation among Universities in South Tamil Nadu. During 2009 to 2013, there were 377 articles published from the analysis, highest publications in the year 2009,  81 (21.49%) articles were published by three universities

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Published
2016-03-17