Each institution’s score consists of five selection indicators – employer reputation (30%), alumni results (25%), partnership with each faculty employer (25%), employer / student connection (10%) and graduate employment rate (10%). .
Three Indian universities scored top 100 scores for QS alumni results metrics, measuring the number of highly successful business leaders, social workers, creative, high-wealth individuals and entrepreneurs produced by each university. With a score of 96/100, Delhi University is ranked 21st globally and number one in India for this metric.
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Indian Institute of Technology Madras achieves India’s highest Location-Adjusted Graduate Employment Rate Score (100/100, fourth worldwide). The only Indian institution to achieve the best-50 score for this metric.
Three Indian universities in Bombay, Delhi and Madras – ranked in the top 200 worldwide – have improved their position compared to last year.
IIT-Bombay employer reputation .9..9, alumni results .7..7, employer-student connections .3..3, employer-partnership 5.3., And graduate employment rate 5.7. Of these six parameters, employer reputation is the strongest for IITs, with a global ranking of 70.
Professor Subhash Chowdhury, Director, IIT-Bombay, said: “Training at IITB emphasizes the value of learning on skills development for analytical problem solving, the ability to tackle invisible problems and the limitations surrounding a particular problem. Love is a condition. So I’m not at all surprised by this ranking. In fact, I hope that if the rank is really measured, it will be in the top-50.
A total of 12 Indian universities have been included in the final table out of 550 institutions covered by QS. The four have improved their position since the previous iteration of the four rankings, two have been downgraded and two – OP Jindal Global University and Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee – are new entrants this year.
Ben Sover, director of research at QS, said: “As students become increasingly aware of the competition in the global undergraduate job market and the growing financial cost of their educational investments, it is important to make this information available to them independently. Decisions can be communicated.
Sowter added, “The data that contributes to this ranking shows that Indian universities are consistently producing a large number of entrepreneurs, business leaders and other highly successful individuals. We need to try to create stronger connections with the industry, providing more employer-student connectivity on campus.
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