Recently, for the first time, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), earlier known as Times Higher Education-QS has published a separate ranking of the top educational institutions in India and Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT-Delhi) is mentioned among the top 50 universities of the country in QS India University Rankings 2019.
IIIT-Delhi is spotted among the top 200 educational institutions of the OS BRICS University ranking as well.
IIIT-Delhi is ranked at number 192 from the 9000 universities evaluated, making it one of the top 2.0% universities in BRICS Region. The rankings have specifically acknowledged the institute’s unmatched faculty, which is one of the strongest factors for IIIT-Delhi.
On the national level, in QS India University Rankings 2019, IIIT-D is the only state university to appear in the list of top 50 institutions nationwide. The first edition of QS University ranking was based on parameters like academic reputation, employer reputation, and reputation of the faculty (staff with Ph.D., research papers per faculty, international faculty and students).
Prof Ranjan Bose congratulated all the members of the IIIT-Delhi family for raising the stature of this institute on all fronts.
, “It is a great motivation for the entire IIIT-D family, where every member is working sincerely and honestly to help the institution in meeting its goals and objectives. A week back we bagged the 4th Cleanest Campus in India award under the Technical Institutes Residential Category by GoI, and now, two more distinctions in a row.”
In the first-ever region wise QS University ranking, IIT Bombay has topped the list of Indian Universities. ‘One of seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) in the top 10, IIT Bombay was the highest scorer for both academic and employer reputation, two of the metrics used to compile the ranking,’ reads the official statement. 75 premiere institutes of the country have been placed in the QS India ranking 2019.
IIT Bombay is the top Indian institute in the fifteenth edition of the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Ranking which was released on June 6. The QS world rank list released for 2019 has ranked 1011 institutes in 85 countries.
While IITs have retained the elite positions in the list, the University of Hyderabad and the University of Delhi have been placed in 7th and 8th ranks respectively, ahead of the IIT Roorkee and IIT Guwahati. The University of Calcutta is the 11th position.
In the World University rank list, IIT Bombay has been placed 162 ranks followed by the foremost research institute of India IISc in rank 170. IIT Delhi has 172 ranks alongside University of Aberdeen (UK) and University of Twente (Netherlands). Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is the world’s best university as per the list.
On the other hand, in the Times World University ranking 2019, among the 49 Indian Universities, IISc Bangalore and IIT Indore are the top two highest ranked institutes. The list comprises of more than 1250 Universities from 86 countries worldwide.