Indian Institutes On The List
162. Indian Institute Of Technology – Bombay (IITB)
Located at Powai, Mumbai in India, IITB is the second-oldest institute of the Indian Institutes of Technology system. IIT Bombay has dance, music, fashion, photography, dramatics, movie-making, design, speaking arts clubs which are managed by students. In addition, Students will get an opportunity to take part in many national and international competitions.
170. Indian Institute Of Science (IISC)
Established in 1909, IISC is one of the oldest and the top research deemed universities in India. It is the Indian academic institution with the maximum number of publications annually.
172. Indian Institute Of Technology – Delhi (IITD)
IIT Delhi is an autonomous institution of higher education and research located in Delhi, India. If a student plans for higher studies in his/her department, they can get recommendations from very famous and influential professors. However, students need to work really hard for that.
The top 1000 universities have been ranked by QS from over 85 countries and the top university in the world is Massachusetts Institute of Technology for the seventh consecutive time now.
“The positive performance recorded by India’s most prominent institutions is symptomatic of a successful year for the country’s higher education system. 24 universities feature from India. 7 improve their rank, 9 remain stable, 5 are newly-ranked — and only three see their position drop,” said QS Research Director, Ben Sowter.
He further added,
“Indian improvements can be primarily attributed to improvements in QS’s reputational indicators, which account for the insights of 83,000 academics and 42,000 employers. Seventeen of India’s 24 ranked universities improve their rank for Academic Reputation, while 13 improve their rank for Employer Reputation.”
Furthermore, Ben Sowter said,
“Most of India’s other universities are struggling to improve their research impact, relative to global competitors: 12 see their rank for Citations per Faculty drop, while only 7 improve. India’s universities are also struggling to internationalize in an increasingly competitive international education market. 16 of 24 see their International Student Ratio rank drop year-on-year.”
Let’s hope there will be an improvement in future that will open gates to many other Indian universities in rankings.
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