QS World University Rankings: IISc Bengaluru Is Top Research Varsity. Check DU, JNU, Others’ Ranking Here

QS World University Rankings: Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru has been ranked 155 in the latest QS World University Rankings. According to the Citations Per Faculty Indicator (CPF) indicator, IISc achieved a perfect score of 100/100 to rank as the best research university in the world. The CpF indicator is measured to understand the research quality of a university, which is the total number of academic citations in papers produced by a university over a five-year period. Also read- DU hikes university development fee by Rs 300 from academic year 2022-23

IISc Bengaluru is the fastest rising South Asian university among the top 200 universities in the prestigious QS World University Rankings, securing 31 places, while four Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) also ranked higher than the previous edition. Are included. Also Read – Asia University Rankings 2022: IISc Bangalore Only Indian University to make it to Top 50, 2 IITs in Top 100 | check list

QS World University Rankings 2022: Check Rankings of JNU, DU, Jamia

Leading universities in India such as Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi University (DU) and Jamia Millia Islamia have slipped in the prestigious QS World University Rankings, while the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi has jumped 11 places to 174th position. Global higher education analyst Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) released the 19th edition of the world’s most popular comparative statistics on university performance on Thursday. Also read- Delhi University professor arrested for posting objectionable post on Gyanvapi Masjid, got bail from Delhi Court

Delhi University, which is the 10th best Indian university to feature in the 19th edition of the world’s most-advised international university rankings, has slipped to 521-530 category from the earlier 501-510 category.

JNU’s ranking, which was earlier between 561-570, has come down to 601-650 bracket. Jamia Millia Islamia which was between 751-800 last year is now between 801-1000.

The rankings show that Jamia Hamdard has moved from a position between 1001-1200 to 1201-1400 bracket in the previous edition.

Among the universities outside Delhi, the University of Hyderabad (from 651-700 to 751-800), Jadavpur University (from 651-700 to 701-750) and IIT-Bhubaneswar (701-750 to 801-) showed a decline. 1000).

As per the rankings, 13 Indian universities have improved their research impact over global competitors, showing an increase in Citation Per Faculty (CPF) scores.

QS World University Rankings 2022: Top 8 Universities in India

  1. IISc Bangalore
  2. IIT Bombay
  3. IIT Delhi
  4. IIT Madras
  5. IIT Kanpur
  6. IIT Kharagpur
  7. IIT Roorkee
  8. IIT Guwahati

As per the rankings, Indian universities continue to struggle with QS’s measure of institutional teaching capacity. Thirty of India’s 41 ranked universities have suffered a decline in the Faculty and Student Ratio (FSR) indicator of QS, with only four recording improvements, it showed.

However, on an encouraging note, now two Indian universities rank in the top 250 for faculty and student ratio, as compared to previous editions. The highest performers in this metric are Savitribai Phule Pune University (225th for FSR) and OP Jindal Global University (235th for FSR), followed by IISc Bengaluru (276th for FSR).


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