AWARENESS ON INDIAN CITATION INDEX AMONG INDIAN RESEARCHERS
Indexing is the quality parameter and reflection of the higher quality of the journal. Indexing is a process in which indexes are created in order to maintain the records so that the researchers can reach the requisite particular record easily. SCi, Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar, and Indian Citation Index are some indexing agencies. Among this Indian Citation Index is functioning from India, it is a new web platform for measuring performance of Indian research periodically. Most of the researchers aim and dream is to publish their work in recognised and quality journal, in this regard to quality of indexing Indian citation Index play vital role in the context of Indian research. The awareness on Scopus, Google scholar are more predominate among scholars whereas the awareness Indian Citation Index is to be studied, Hence, the author chosen the awareness on Indian Citation Index among Indian researchers to study by following survey method. This paper discusses the aspects of awareness among Indian researchers.
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