Indian Research Information Network System (IRINS): A Review




IRINS, Indian Research Information Network System, VIDWAN, INFLIBNET, NMICT, Profiles of Scientists


A web-based Research Information Management (RIM) service called IRINS was created by the Information and Library Network (INFLIBNET) Centre. For Indian academic and research organizations, this cutting-edge platform is created to simplify the management of scholarly communication operations. IRINS gives customers the tools they need to efficiently gather, curate, and present the results of their research thanks to its user-friendly interface and integration possibilities. Additionally, it promotes academic networking possibilities, fostering cooperation and knowledge exchange among academics and researchers. IRINS democratizes research administration by providing free software as a service, which is especially advantageous for smaller universities with constrained funding. Additionally, it makes the intake of academic papers from diverse sources simpler thanks to its interface with academic identification services, improving the correctness and simplicity of data administration. IRINS is a promising organization in a research environment that is rapidly changing.

Author Biography

Chaman Sab M, A.R.G. College of Arts and Commerce, P.J. Extension, Davanagere, Karnataka, INDIA.

Chaman Sab M has a Ph.D in Library & Information Science. He has done his Library and Information Science Course from Kuvempu University, Shankaraghatta. Chaman Sab M has spent over 14 years in top University and Degree College. He has experience in leading global operations in various areas covering, Digital Libraries Research writings, Scientometric Study, Bibliometric study,. He has served at Kuvempu University, P.G. Center, Davanagere and next Chaman Sab M has joined in the year 2006 and he is currently heading the S.B.C. First Grade College for Women and Athani P.G. Center Library, Davanagere Chaman Sab has published over 25 research papers in Journals and Conferences. Chaman has Operational Excellence in Scopus and Claravite analytics - Web of Science citation database. 





How to Cite

M, C. S. (2023). Indian Research Information Network System (IRINS): A Review. Journal of Data Science, Informetrics, and Citation Studies, 2(3), 266–269.