University researchers contribute to verified social benefits, RAE 2020 finds

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The UGC recognises the need to incentivise local universities to conduct more research of social relevance with high economic and social benefits and has sought to acknowledge the impact generated by their research. Hence, UGC decided in 2016 to include a new component called “Research Impact” in its RAE 2020. The RAE is aimed to encourage world-class research by UGC-funded universities. 

Research impact, as defined by UGC, is “the use of knowledge obtained through…

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