60% medical colleges didn’t publish papers in 10 years

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Reference: Deccan Herald, date unknown

Samiran Nundy, a former professor of All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) published a study in the journal of Current Medicine Research and Practice. It analysed India’s research output between 2005 and 2014. Only 25 (4,3%) of the institutions produced more than 100 papers a year but their contribution was 40,3% of the countries total research output. He described that close to 60% Indian medical colleges didn’t publish a single research paper in the last 10 years. He raised questions about the quality of the medical teaching in those institutions.

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