Th QS Quacquarelli Symonds, the global higher education think tank, has released “QS India University Rankings 2020”.
The QS rankings include Public Universities, Private Universities, and Higher Educational Institutions or Deemed Universities.
This year, 23 Indian Institutions have been ranked among the best global universities in QS World University ranking released today.
Indian Institute of Technology, IIT Bombay has become India's best institute, securing 152nd rank.
IIT Bombay secured 152nd rank, IIT Delhi secured 182nd rank and IISc Bangalore secured 184th rank.
IIT-Madras (271), IIT-Kharagpur (281), IIT-Kanpur (291) and IIT-Roorkee (383) are among the top 400 institutes. IIT-Guwahati was ranked 491 and the Delhi University was placed at 474th rank.
OP Jindal Global University (JGU), established in 2009, became the youngest university to break into top 1,000 in the rankings.
Other universities figured in the rankings are Jamia Millia Islamia, Jadavpur University, Aligarh Muslim University, Hyderabad University, Calcutta University, and Mumbai University.
The ranking comprised of world’s top 1000 colleges which were divided on the basis of several factors including subjects, location, study level, academic reputation, employer reputation, and research impact.
|Rank||Name of the University|
|1.||Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)|
|4.||California Institute of Technology (Caltech)|
|5.||University of Oxford|
|6.||University of Cambridge|
|7.||ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology|
|8.||Imperial College London|
|9.||University of Chicago|
|10.||University College London (UCL)|