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Title: Contribution of superannuated scientists to National S&T: A case study of CSIR emeritus scientist scheme
Authors: Bhati, V S
Sharma, S K
Gupta, Archana
Luthra, Rajesh
Keywords: Emeritus scientist scheme
Performance analysis
Research scheme
Superannuated scientist
Issue Date: Mar-2007
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Performance analysis of the CSIR Emeritus Scientist scheme has been carried out on the following criteria: i) Quality of output from the Emeritus Scientists; ii) Value attached to the scheme by scientific community; and iii) Acceptability of the scheme across research disciplines. Analysis reveals that the scheme selects high quality research workers who not only turn out work, acceptable in high-end journals, but also train students. The scheme attracts scientists equally from universities and R&D institutions, and enjoys high prestige across the scientific disciplines.
Page(s): 330-334
ISSN: 0022-4456
Source:JSIR Vol.66(04) [April 2007]

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