Quality of Research, Professional Degree and Research Publications in India–Is Quality of Research and Education Declining in India ?

@inproceedings{Peraman2015QualityOR,
  title={Quality of Research, Professional Degree and Research Publications in India–Is Quality of Research and Education Declining in India ?},
  author={Ramalingam Peraman and Rajendran Kuppusamy and Ramprasad Muthukrishnan and Manjunath Satyanarayana},
  year={2015}
}
th rank from 10 th rank. Overall contribution of research publications was reported as 0.2% to 5%, in which pharmaceuticals, pharmacology, toxicology and chemistry fields recorded the highest score of 5% whilst computer science field recorded the lowest score of 0.2%. Contributions of agriculture, biological science and biochemistry fields were about in between 3-4%. 1 With reference to reports by British council India (2014), there are four major challenges have been coded, against the… 

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