Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences Set’s New Record by Publishing More than 10000 Research Journals

Chennai:  Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences have reached a proud hallmark in research by crossing 10000 publications in Scopus suppressing its own previous record.

Till date Saveetha had published in total of 10061 research papers which includes 6417 affiliations alone by Saveetha Dental College and Hospital and 2173 journals by Saveetha School of Engineering followed by 731 and 730 affiliations by Saveetha Medical College and Hospital and Saveetha Engineering College respectively, this remarkable achievement had placed Saveetha institute of medical and Technical Sciences among the top 5 private universities in India. Another milestone for Saveetha is nearing 100 in h index, with a cite score of 38000, The h index is a reference of all the scientific excellence in an author level metric pointing towards the quality of our scientific research, the institution work has been recognized by thousands of scientists across the globe.

 

In April, Saveetha was also named in the Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings. The institution was placed 100+ rankings among 1,200 universities from around the world on action taken towards the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) As private universities are maturing into centers of excellence of research.

 

“In the current trends, Saveetha is set to become one of the top 100 international universities in the near future. Overall Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences have been doing extraordinary contribution towards the research. The ongoing global pandemic has been a challenging period for everyone in the sector, globally. Our staff and students have coped magnificently. This latest success is theirs and another indication of all their hard work and high achievement for which I’d like to thoroughly thank them,” said Dr. N.M.Veeraiyan, Founder and Chancellor Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences.

 

 

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