Three University From India Rank Under 400 In Times World University Ranking

Times World University Ranking 2022 has been released. Three universities of India have got a place in the top 400 universities of this World Universities Ranking. Britain’s Oxford University secured the first position in this university ranking. While the second place went to California Institute of Technology. However, India has not got much happiness from this ranking, and none of the 71 universities in India have made it to the top 300 list.

The Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (IISC) performed the best in this list and maintained its ranking in the 301-350 band for the third consecutive year in this list. 1662 universities are included in this year’s list. At the same time, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar retained its position in the 351-400 band. At the same time, towards its introduction in the global ranking, the private university of Mysore JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research made its place in the 351-400 band.

Indian Institute of Technology Indore has made its place in the band of 401-500.

These 9 Indian universities made their place in the top 1000

Nine universities have qualified in the top 1000 of the Times World University Rankings. In this list, Alagappa University performed brilliantly and made its place among the 600 top colleges of the world for the first time, and made its place in the 501-600 band. After this, 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.

IIT Institutes like Delhi, Bombay, Kharagpur out of the list

Institutes like IIT Delhi, Bombay, Madras, Kharagpur have not been able to establish their place in this World University Ranking list of Times. The Indian Institute of Technology last year decided not to participate in the global rankings, citing data discrepancy and lack of transparency. This year also, these IITs of India decided not to be included in this list.

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