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“Research Productivity Trends in Pharmaceutical Scientists of Dr. BAMU Affiliated Pharmacy Institutes: A Scientometric Study”

Author Name : Dr. Satish Laxmanrao Padme, Dr. Khaparde Vaishali

ABSTRACT

The present research has been undertaken for assessing the productivity of pharmacy scientists is based on the number of research literature they produced, Experiences about research, and research publications by using Scientometric techniques for the development of Pharmacy researches in the Marathwada context (Aurangabad, Beed, Jalna, and Osmanabad). The data were collected from the 7 pharmacy colleges affiliated to Dr. B. A. M. University; Aurangabad has 94 teachers (scientists working in the capacity of Professors, Associate Professors, and Assistant Professors) formed the sample population. Out of a total of 94 Pharmacy teacher scientists, 81 scientists responded to the researcher are productive in research. The data was collected in the form of curriculum vitae (CV) of individual scientists regarding their publications and educational information,

Out of the total 1076 publications, the domain Pharmaceutics leads in publication productivity with 309 (28.72%) publications and 4110 citations. The Least productivity was observed in Pharmaceutical Analysis i.e. 0.09%. Y.B. Chavan College of Pharmacy, Aurangabad has been identified as the leading pharmacy college in the publications productivity of Pharmacy scientists with 548 (50.93%) research papers. Govt. College of Pharmacy, Aurangabad has received the highest 15.22 citations per publication. Govt. College of Pharmacy, Aurangabad denoted the highest (1.6) Relative Citation Impact. Professors and Associate professors at Y.B. Chavan College of Pharmacy were found to be more active in publication productivity. Professors of all domains are found to be a highly creative in publication productivity than the Associate and Assistant Professors. Most of the publications in 7 Pharmacy colleges are contributions of males with 799 publications (74.26%) and it is found two times more than the female scientists.

Keywords: Research Productivity, Pharmaceutical, Scientist, Scientometric Study, research publications