Times World University Rankings: A record 71 Indian universities have qualified for the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2022. Last year 63 universities had made it to this ranking. However, none of the 71 universities have made it to the top 300 list. Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore is the highest ranked institute in India maintaining its position in the 301-350 band for the third consecutive year.
This year’s expanded ranking list includes 1662 universities, as compared to 1527 universities last year. While 35 Indian universities, the country’s second largest ever, have made it to the top 1000. IIT-Ropar (band 351-400) continues to rank second behind India as of last year, while JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research has debuted in the 351-400 band list. IIT-Indore ranks fourth between 401 and 500.
9 Indian Universities Qualify for Top 1000 Rankings
Nine Indian universities have qualified for the top 1000 rankings since last year. Alagappa University (501-600) has debuted among the top 600 universities in the world and the International Institute of Technology, Hyderabad (601-800) has entered the top 800. Three universities – Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education, Veltek University and Symbiosis International University – have entered the 801-1,000 band for the first time.
India has benefited greatly from Reputation, Publication Specially International Co-authorship and Citation. International co-authorships saw the greatest relative improvement in computer science, clinical and health, and business and economics. Phil Batty, chief knowledge officer of Times Higher Education, wrote in an email to ET, “There has been a particularly good improvement in the arts and humanities, and business and economics.” He also said that “however, income lags behind the rest of the world.”
Delhi, Bombay, Kharagpur 7 institutes including
Significantly, seven first-generation Indian Institutes of Technology, including Delhi, Bombay, Kharagpur and Madras, have remained out of the list as they decided not to participate in the global rankings last year citing data discrepancy and lack of transparency. Phil Batty told Times Higher Education that they have contacted all non-participating IITs as they have decided to speak to them to discuss their concerns, but they have once again decided not to participate in the rankings this year. did. We believe that the absence of IITs is counterproductive to the improvement of both individual institutions and India’s position and visibility on the world stage.”
UK Of University of Oxford Continuing is in the number 1 position
Times Higher Education, along with Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), is counted among the two most prestigious rankings for higher education institutions globally. The US and UK (2) dominated the top 10 overall for the second year in a row, with the UK’s University of Oxford holding the top spot for the sixth year in a row.
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