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OPEN ACCESS INITIATIVES IN CSIR 
Sanjay Burde 
Principal Scientist 
CSIR-NISCAIR 
New Delhi
SCOPE 
 CSIR’s Mandate on OA 
 NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR) 
 Online Publishing System for Online Artic...
SCOPE 
 CSIR’s Mandate on OA 
 NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR) 
 Online Publishing System for Online Artic...
CSIR’S MANDATE ON OA 
 Implementation of recommendations of the “Group for Open Access 
to Science Publications (GOASP) o...
CSIR’S MANDATE ON OA 
 CSIR / laboratories sets up one or more centre(s) for harvesting the 
full-text & metadata of the ...
CSIR’S MANDATE ON OA 
 CSIR-URDIP will setup a central harvester for harvesting full-text & 
metadata of all these papers...
CSIR’S MANDATE ON OA 
 Every year CSIR will celebrate “Open Access Day” during the 
International Open Access Week (lectu...
SCOPE 
 CSIR’s Mandate on OA 
NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR) 
 Online Publishing System for Online Articl...
BACKGROUND- HOW IT STARTED? 
 With the Open Access movement gaining momentum, CSIR-NISCAIR 
decided to make available all...
nopr.niscair.res.in
NOPR TODAY 
 NOPR provides open access to full text articles of all the 17 primary 
journals 
 NISCAIR's online reposito...
OPEN ACCESS ON THE NISCAIR AGENDA 
 CSIR-NISCAIR’s Biennial Report’s 
cover-page depicting the “Open 
Access” theme. 
 C...
ATTRIBUTES OF NOPR 
 NOPR has been registered with International bodies like: 
Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR...
EVOLUTION OF NOPR 
 The Repository started with the publication data of 2007 
 To enrich the collection, undertaken in-h...
NUMBER OF ARTICLES HOSTED ON NOPR AS 
ON 9TH OCTOBER 2014 
S 
N Journals 
Prev 
Yrs* 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 1...
NUMBER OF VISITS FOR EACH JOURNALS AS 
ON 8TH OCTOBER 2014 
Sl. no Journal 
Number of 
Visits 
1. IJCB 2,63,290 
2. IJEB 1...
NUMBER OF VISITS FOR EACH JOURNAL YEAR 
WISE AS ON 8TH OCTOBER 2014 
Journals 1999 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 ...
NOPR: STATISTICAL SNAPSHOT 
4,500,000 
4,000,000 
3,500,000 
3,000,000 
2,500,000 
2,000,000 
1,500,000 
1,000,000 
500,00...
[Source: Google Analytics] 
120 
130 129 
134 
143 
135 
85 
84 
138 
206 
250 
200 
150 
100 
50 
0 
2009-10 2010-11 2011...
[Source: Google Analytics] 
Delhi 
9338 
Banaglore 
2725 
Pune 
2075 
Chennai 
1658 
Kolkata 
1868 
Hyderabad 
1232 
Mumba...
GROWTH IN IMPACT FACTORS OF CSIR-NISCAIR 
JOURNALS 
Journals 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 
INDIAN J ENG MA...
CURRENT SCENARIO/STATISTICS 
 NOPR has recorded 5,98,294 total visits on home page (since 6 
Feb 2009). 
 Downloads of f...
OA BENEFITS 
 Benefits to CSIR-NISCAIR 
Accessibility & visibility of CSIR-NISCAIR increased as seen from 
the statistics...
FUTURE PLAN 
 To digitize papers of all volumes of 17 journals & its Open Access 
 Digitization already started from yea...
SCOPE 
 CSIR’s Mandate on OA 
 NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR) 
 Online Publishing System for Online Artic...
ONLINE PUBLISHING SYSTEM FOR ONLINE 
ARTICLE SUBMISSION 
Open source software OJS customized as per CSIR-NISCAIR’s 
requir...
ONLINE PUBLISHING SYSTEM FOR ONLINE 
ARTICLE SUBMISSION (OP.NISCAIR.RES.IN)
S. 
ONLINE PUBLISHING SYSTEM: STATISTICS 
No. 
Statistics during January-December 2013 
Journal Total 
submissions 
Peer 
...
SCOPE 
 CSIR’s Mandate on OA 
 NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR) 
 Online Publishing System for Online Artic...
CSIR CENTRAL 
Centralized Institutional Repositories Hosting Service 
for CSIR Labs and a Harvester service for CSIR 
Inst...
CSIR CENTRAL 
Enables the research community to search and view 
the R & D literatures from different CSIR Institutes 
thr...
CSIR CENTRAL 
Other CSIR IRs 
 IR@C-MMACS IR@CBRI 
 IR@CDRI IR@CFTRI 
 IR@CSMCRI IR@IGIB 
 IR@IICB IR@IICT 
 IR@IIP I...
CSIR CENTRAL
THANK YOU 
sanjayburde@niscair.res.in
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  1. 1. OPEN ACCESS INITIATIVES IN CSIR Sanjay Burde Principal Scientist CSIR-NISCAIR New Delhi
  2. 2. SCOPE  CSIR’s Mandate on OA  NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR)  Online Publishing System for Online Article Submission  CSIR Central (CSIR IR)
  3. 3. SCOPE  CSIR’s Mandate on OA  NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR)  Online Publishing System for Online Article Submission  CSIR Central (CSIR IR)
  4. 4. CSIR’S MANDATE ON OA  Implementation of recommendations of the “Group for Open Access to Science Publications (GOASP) of CSIR” – 6 February 2009  All research papers published from all CSIR laboratories be made open access either in IR or in OA journal  All CSIR journals be made open access  Each laboratory sets up its own interoperable institutional open access repository
  5. 5. CSIR’S MANDATE ON OA  CSIR / laboratories sets up one or more centre(s) for harvesting the full-text & metadata of the papers  Each laboratory sets up Electronic Thesis & Dissertations Repository  To hold a conference for creating awareness on Open Access  To hold in house Training programmes on Open Access  Sensitize CSIR researchers
  6. 6. CSIR’S MANDATE ON OA  CSIR-URDIP will setup a central harvester for harvesting full-text & metadata of all these papers/documents  All the CSIR journals published by CSIR-NISCAIR have been made open access. Progressively, all CSIR publications will be made open access  CSIR-NISCAIR will organize training programmes-for Scientists to change their perceptions towards open access for editors & journal production officers of CSIR & other scientific agencies for personnel from CSIR laboratories who would be setting up IRs
  7. 7. CSIR’S MANDATE ON OA  Every year CSIR will celebrate “Open Access Day” during the International Open Access Week (lectures, programmes, taking new OA initiatives, publicizing the statistics of downloads)  If publishers do not follow transparent models of subscription/licensing the content, CSIR scientists will not publish in those journals, will not review the papers & will not join editorial boards  CSIR will lead the Open Access Movement within the country to form a National Open Access Policy to mandate the availability of output of publically funded research in public domain
  8. 8. SCOPE  CSIR’s Mandate on OA NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR)  Online Publishing System for Online Article Submission  CSIR Central (CSIR IR)
  9. 9. BACKGROUND- HOW IT STARTED?  With the Open Access movement gaining momentum, CSIR-NISCAIR decided to make available all its journals in the open access  Consequently, the NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR) was developed in 2008  On the occasion of the First International Open Access Day, on 14 October 2008 Prof. Samir Brahmachari, former DG-CSIR, launched two journals, viz. Indian Journal of Chemistry-Section A (IJC-A) and Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics (IJBB) in Open Access mode
  10. 10. nopr.niscair.res.in
  11. 11. NOPR TODAY  NOPR provides open access to full text articles of all the 17 primary journals  NISCAIR's online repository today holds more than 26000 full text articles and users from more than 140 countries with about 41 lakh downloads  Natural Products and Resources Repository, Science Reporter, Vigyan Pragati and Science-ki-Duniya have also been made available online  Gradually adding back volumes.  Going online, before the print version is published  Making the articles searchable in all major search engines
  12. 12. OPEN ACCESS ON THE NISCAIR AGENDA  CSIR-NISCAIR’s Biennial Report’s cover-page depicting the “Open Access” theme.  CSIR-NISCAIR has been committed to Open Access ever since
  13. 13. ATTRIBUTES OF NOPR  NOPR has been registered with International bodies like: Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR) Directory of Open Access Repositories (DOAR) Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) Harvesters, Crawlers, Databases Google Analytics, Google Scholar  Implemented Creative Commons License for NISCAIR publications in August 2010. Adopted CC Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 India ( )
  14. 14. EVOLUTION OF NOPR  The Repository started with the publication data of 2007  To enrich the collection, undertaken in-house project “Online Access of Back Issues of NISCAIR's Primary Journals“. Back issues published during the years 1999 – 2006 covered under this project Total 57,480 pages of 8990 articles of back issues digitized  Completed digitization & open access of Annals of Library and Information Studies (ALIS) covering 42 years data from 1954-1998 starting with Volume 1 Issue 1  100% digitization & open access of all volumes of 5 journals (ALIS, IJBT, IJNPR/NPR, IJTK & JIPR)
  15. 15. NUMBER OF ARTICLES HOSTED ON NOPR AS ON 9TH OCTOBER 2014 S N Journals Prev Yrs* 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 Total 1 ALIS 811 16 17 17 18 19 21 23 26 28 35 34 43 36 27 37 17 1225 2 BVAAP 12 15 15 22 37 64 35 32 30 15 30 35 35 41 21 10 449 3 IJBB 1 66 70 69 58 58 43 47 45 66 59 69 58 58 59 72 40 938 4 IJBT 50 69 88 86 91 87 85 67 64 68 77 79 39 950 5 IJCA 268 238 276 246 291 244 195 167 155 145 105 87 115 92 89 85 2798 6 IJCB 325 202 271 261 271 252 262 247 183 156 157 153 117 120 110 95 3182 7 IJCT 57 58 89 88 108 122 100 92 96 96 70 62 59 60 59 29 1245 8 IJEB 257 234 232 221 217 203 172 153 149 124 139 152 125 118 131 119 2746 9 IJEMS 56 90 63 74 76 76 68 72 60 73 67 63 53 50 71 61 1073 10 IJFTR 72 58 55 57 65 69 68 65 76 67 59 55 53 58 59 64 49 1049 11 IJMS 87 63 42 56 53 47 44 41 42 57 57 71 108 73 131 125 1097 12 IJNPR 71 61 101 106 79 84 87 90 79 76 79 62 30 1005 13 IJPAP 169 141 142 131 155 141 142 143 150 138 136 140 121 149 124 90 2212 14 IJRSP 45 50 41 45 42 54 59 55 62 52 42 50 40 58 46 22 763 15 IJTK 21 46 48 55 103 112 115 115 139 114 106 101 75 1150 16 JIPR 48 23 23 28 32 23 26 46 37 44 52 41 37 53 56 58 32 659 17 JSIR 100 109 99 93 110 107 127 121 149 137 144 144 152 111 105 111 1919 Total 24460 S N Magazines 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 Total 18 SR 212 203 177 182 133 907 19 VP 151 144 142 128 80 645 20 SKD 51 43 44 44 20 202 Total 1754 S N Natural Prod. 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 Total 21 NPARR 82 86 90 87 345 GRAND TOTAL 26559 *- Previous Years papers: ALIS: 1954-1998, IJBB: 1984 highly cited article, IJFTR: Special Issues of 1991,92,94,96,97, JIPR: 1996-98 [Source: NOPR]
  16. 16. NUMBER OF VISITS FOR EACH JOURNALS AS ON 8TH OCTOBER 2014 Sl. no Journal Number of Visits 1. IJCB 2,63,290 2. IJEB 1,23,079 3. ALIS 1,04,417 4. JSIR 99,715 5. IJCA 86,298 6. IJBT 82,420 7. IJTK 73,972 8. IJBB 71,453 9. IJPAP 68,798 10. JIPR 66,024 11. IJEMS 64,996 12. IJNPR 64,199 13. IJMS 61,058 14. IJFTR 56,442 15. IJCT 54,470 16. IJRSP 32,517 17. BVAAP 27,587 Total Visits 14,00,735 [Source: NOPR]
  17. 17. NUMBER OF VISITS FOR EACH JOURNAL YEAR WISE AS ON 8TH OCTOBER 2014 Journals 1999 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 2014 Total IJCB 1907 1184 755 627 686 993 5806 10291 8497 9408 15230 14159 11110 8660 7572 4281 1,01,166 ALIS 861 774 685 6390 4555 4495 4645 5149 5659 7175 10162 13207 11820 10630 7502 3042 96,751 JSIR 693 502 528 560 530 4927 3813 3704 4582 5279 8758 9627 9457 9040 9978 6264 78,242 IJBT 499 2816 3739 3640 3705 4371 5308 8272 9687 8488 9654 7201 2310 69,690 IJEB 869 695 720 735 786 794 682 4606 4339 4720 8689 10975 8887 7973 8558 5397 69,425 IJTK 1192 1049 2596 2475 3771 4180 4847 6532 8324 7698 7455 7540 4671 62,330 IJPAP 564 481 576 523 689 2782 3191 3197 4796 4637 8317 8190 6612 6599 5066 3170 59,390 JIPR 379 362 394 3144 2638 2721 3258 3028 3343 4195 6399 7208 6138 6481 5316 2772 57,776 IJEMS 573 678 480 519 506 2289 2782 2793 3524 3708 9267 4822 6528 6542 7931 4161 57,103 IJMS 531 472 3708 2750 2731 2682 3159 2819 2985 3622 5407 5112 4770 4660 6198 4143 55,749 IJBB 799 745 702 734 3373 2878 3188 3680 3966 4096 9019 4969 5283 4939 4415 2177 54,963 IJCA 1250 1080 683 656 713 694 662 664 5928 5275 7829 7542 7006 5744 4952 2532 53,210 IJFTR 612 506 572 522 514 553 564 594 4921 5163 9059 4562 5594 5012 3814 1921 44,483 IJCT 571 531 261 554 302 2317 2392 2954 3814 3832 5177 6450 4545 4106 3573 1905 43,284 IJNPR 1519 1608 2300 2445 2404 2530 3326 7952 5355 3856 3682 2907 1246 41,130 IJRSP 409 205 216 397 425 401 378 3120 2919 2701 3873 3245 2786 2233 1810 651 25,769 BVAAP 184 161 174 163 173 184 170 163 2653 2651 2628 2469 2065 1804 773 192 16,607 Total Visits 9,87,068 [Source: NOPR]
  18. 18. NOPR: STATISTICAL SNAPSHOT 4,500,000 4,000,000 3,500,000 3,000,000 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 0 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Home Page Visits Full Text Visits Abstracts Visits Contents Visits Searches Performed [Source: NOPR]
  19. 19. [Source: Google Analytics] 120 130 129 134 143 135 85 84 138 206 250 200 150 100 50 0 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Countries/ territories visited Indian Cities Visited NOPR: GROWING FOOTPRINTS
  20. 20. [Source: Google Analytics] Delhi 9338 Banaglore 2725 Pune 2075 Chennai 1658 Kolkata 1868 Hyderabad 1232 Mumbai 1551 Ahmedabad 869 Delhi Banaglore Pune Kolkata Chennai Mumbai Hyderabad Ahmedabad INDIAN CITIES VISITED (APR’2013- MAR’2014)
  21. 21. GROWTH IN IMPACT FACTORS OF CSIR-NISCAIR JOURNALS Journals 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 INDIAN J ENG MATER S 0.160 0.277 0.272 0.197 0.218 0.150 0.223 0.362 0.641 J SCI IND RES INDIA 0.232 0.178 0.387 0.229 0.359 0.514 0.587 0.505 0.50 INDIAN J CHEM TECHN 0.226 0.301 0.429 0.353 0.267 0.373 0.606 0.628 0.580 INDIAN J CHEM B 0.446 0.491 0.368 0.466 0.437 0.562 0.648 --- 0.489 INDIAN J PURE AP PHY 0.495 0.380 0.340 0.338 0.246 0.511 0.763 0.854 0.711 INDIAN J CHEM A 0.632 0.631 0.685 0.575 0.617 0.920 0.891 0.787 0.628 INDIAN J BIOCHEM BIO 0.505 0.277 0.368 0.579 0.574 0.824 1.142 1.026 1.077 INDIAN J EXP BIOL --- --- 0.551 0.599 0.550 0.702 1.295 1.195 0.753 INDIAN J MAR SCI 0.202 0.209 0.302 0.310 0.102 0.204 0.422 0.563 0.313 INDIAN J TRADIT KNOW --- --- --- --- 0.087 0.232 0.399 0.492 0.438 INDIAN J BIOTECHNOL --- --- --- --- --- 0.385 0.550 0.477 0.510 INDIAN J FIBRE TEXT --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 0.486 0.778 J INTELLECT PROP RIG --- --- --- --- --- 0.170 0.343 --- --- Above figures show that there is considerable increase in IFs of journals after adopting OA
  22. 22. CURRENT SCENARIO/STATISTICS  NOPR has recorded 5,98,294 total visits on home page (since 6 Feb 2009).  Downloads of full text articles (pdf files) was more than 41 lakh from the period April 2013 – March 2014  The current rate of download is more than 3 lakh/month  6,85,127 searches being performed (more than 57,000 searches monthly)  Traffic sources shows visits from 143 countries/territories (India, USA, China, Turkey, UK, Germany) & 206 Indian Cities (Delhi, Bangalore, Pune, Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai) [Source: Google Analytics]  New visitors are 75.31% & returning visitors are 24.6% [Source: Google Analytics]
  23. 23. OA BENEFITS  Benefits to CSIR-NISCAIR Accessibility & visibility of CSIR-NISCAIR increased as seen from the statistics Impact Factors increased Inflow of articles increased More submissions from foreign countries  Benefits to Scientific Community Access to archival of thousands of full texts papers for research purpose Current issue full text available well before its print edition
  24. 24. FUTURE PLAN  To digitize papers of all volumes of 17 journals & its Open Access  Digitization already started from year 1998, completed for two more journals  This will add approx. 70,000 articles to existing repository, making total articles more than 1 lakh  Target to be achieved within two years  Further, to digitize all volumes of three Popular Science Magazines (Science Reporter, Vigyan Pragati and Science-ki-Duniya) and its Open Access.
  25. 25. SCOPE  CSIR’s Mandate on OA  NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR)  Online Publishing System for Online Article Submission  CSIR Central (CSIR IR)
  26. 26. ONLINE PUBLISHING SYSTEM FOR ONLINE ARTICLE SUBMISSION Open source software OJS customized as per CSIR-NISCAIR’s requirement (op.niscair.res.in) Launched on 2nd January 2012 on experimental basis for Annals of Library and Information Studies (ALIS) Today, the facility is being used by 8 CSIR-NISCAIR journals
  27. 27. ONLINE PUBLISHING SYSTEM FOR ONLINE ARTICLE SUBMISSION (OP.NISCAIR.RES.IN)
  28. 28. S. ONLINE PUBLISHING SYSTEM: STATISTICS No. Statistics during January-December 2013 Journal Total submissions Peer reviewed Accept Decline Registered users 1 ALIS 338 303 12% 88% 507 2 IJCT 192 54 24% 76% 470 3 IJFTR 158 17 76% 24% 265 4 IJNPR 283 19 32% 68% 627 5 IJPAP 730 273 47% 53% 2320 6 IJRSP 48 8 0% 100% 329 7 JIPR 54 24 71% 29% 136 8 JST 62 15 100% 0% 142 TOTAL 1865 713 45% 55% 4796
  29. 29. SCOPE  CSIR’s Mandate on OA  NISCAIR Online Periodicals Repository (NOPR)  Online Publishing System for Online Article Submission  CSIR Central (CSIR IR)
  30. 30. CSIR CENTRAL Centralized Institutional Repositories Hosting Service for CSIR Labs and a Harvester service for CSIR Institutional Repositories (csircentral.net) Individual OAI-PMH Compliant Institutional Repositories configured and customized on central server for each of CSIR labs which do not have Institutional Repositories All CSIR laboratories repositories are being regularly harvested by the central harvester
  31. 31. CSIR CENTRAL Enables the research community to search and view the R & D literatures from different CSIR Institutes through a single console CSIR IRs Hosted on CSIRCentral  IR@CECRI IR@CGCRI  IR@CIMFR IR@IHBT  IR@IIIM IR@NCL  IR@NEIST IR@NPL  IR@AMPRI IR@CLRI  Indian Theses (http://eprints.csirexplorations.com)
  32. 32. CSIR CENTRAL Other CSIR IRs  IR@C-MMACS IR@CBRI  IR@CDRI IR@CFTRI  IR@CSMCRI IR@IGIB  IR@IICB IR@IICT  IR@IIP IR@IMMT  IR@IMTECH IR@NAL  IR@NIIST IR@NIO  IR@NISCAIR IR@NML  IR@NEERI IR@SERC
  33. 33. CSIR CENTRAL
  34. 34. THANK YOU sanjayburde@niscair.res.in

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