Predatory journal publication is reaching alarming levels in India. To prevent this, policy makers need to take punitive action. Recently UGC published a notice about CARE reference list of quality journals, criticized by scientific communities due to methodological flaws. Previously published UGC approve list of journals also criticized due to the inclusion of so-called predatory journals. This note discusses strategies to tackle predatory journals.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 25-01-2020|
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