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Academics establish relationships by way of various interactions like jointly authoring a research paper or report, jointly supervising a thesis, working jointly on a project, etc. Some of these relationships are ubiquitous whereas other are hard to keep track of. Of all types of possible academic and research collaborations, co-authorship is best documented. In this paper we analyze the coauthorship based academic social networks of computer science engineering departments of Indian Institutesdoi:10.7753/ijcatr0412.1001 fatcat:x64zodhqy5febmlfngsmk53ffm