GNDU ranks 19th in research: The Tribune India
Amritsar, February 14
Guru Nanak Dev University was ranked 19th by AD (Alper-Doger) Scientific Index-2022, among 2,146 universities surveyed by them nationwide. The university was also indexed at the 155th position out of 6,569 universities in Asia. Globally, the university was ranked 824th out of 14,339 universities worldwide surveyed by Google Scholar.
Ninety-one scientists from the university have also been listed in AD-Scientific Index-2022 in various fields including medical and health sciences, natural sciences, engineering and technology, agriculture, business management, economics, education, social sciences, etc. The index additionally covers 16 GNDU scientists in the Top 100,000 Scientists list.
The AD Scientific Index (Alper-Doger Scientific Index) is a ranking and analysis system that shows the total and coefficients of productivity of scientists for the past five years based on the h-index, scores of the i10 index and citations in Google Scholar. Such analyzes also make it possible to reveal the medium and long-term results of several policies implemented by the institutions, in particular those of employment and retention policies for academic staff, salary policies, academic incentives and working environments. scientists. “AD Scientific Index” shows the ranking of individual scientists in 112 subjects (agriculture and forestry, arts, design and architecture, business and management, economics and econometrics, education, engineering and technology, history, philosophy, theology, law / law and law studies, medical and health sciences, natural sciences, social sciences and others). It covers 256 branches and 14,153 institutions in 215 countries in 10 regions (Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania, Arab League, BRICS, Latin America and others).
Recently, Stanford University in the United States also identified 13 scientists from the university in the list of top 2% scientists in the world. The prestigious Nature Index also identifies the university among the top four institutions in Punjab and among the top 10 institutions in North India.
Vice Chancellor Jaspal Sandhu informed that the h-index (Hirsch index) of the university is also the 2nd highest among all institutions in Punjab. To boost research, the university has also established the Golden Jubilee Incubation Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.