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Paper include in Proceedings of UGC Sponsored National Conference (OAMII 2012)
Open Access Movement in the Age of Innovation and ICT: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities 
6th & 7th January, 2012

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  • 1. Open Archive Developments in India Dr. Sarika Sawant, Asst. Professor, SHPT School of Library ScienceUGC Sponsored National Conference (OAMII 2012) Open Access Movement in the Age ofInnovation and ICT: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities 6th & 7th January, 2012
  • 2. Pioneers of growth of OpenAccess in India Prof. Subbiah Arunachalam Prof. N. Balakrishnan Dr. T. B. Rajashekar Dr D. K. Sahu A. R. D. Prasad and so on………….
  • 3. India wide programmes on OA • Prof. Subbiah Arunachalam organized a workshop on ‘Open Access and Institutional Repositories’ under the aegis of the M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai, in May, 2004 • A special session on OA was held at the 93rd Indian Science Congress in January 2006 • In mid-March 2006, NCSI-IISc had created a Cross Archive Search Service for the Indian Repositories (CASSIR). • The Open Access Week (www.openaccessweek.org) was held worldwide from 18 to 24 October, 2010 • A one-day seminar on open access took place on 16th March, 2011 at India International Centre,
  • 4. National Knowledge Commission:Open Access and Open EducationalResources Research articles published by Indian authors receiving any government or public funding must be made available under OA Government should allocate specific funding to increase the digitization , high quality OCR Author paid journals Specific fund for OA research publications
  • 5. Present Scene of OpenArchives Shodhganga: 2000 full-text theses of 30 universities Google is in touch with NKC Indian mirror-site for arXiv Promise from director of IISc and CSIR E-gyankosh Journal of Free Software and Free Knowledge & Annals OJS
  • 6. Present status 4 cross institutional archives, 2 cross institutional electronic thesis and dissertation (ETD) repositories, 3 institutional ETD repositories, 22 functional institutional repositories 200 OA journals