Among the universities, IISC-Bangalore is number one, followed by Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). In the research section, which was launched this year, IISC-Bangalore Topper and IIT-Madras are second. This is the sixth edition of the ranking of India established by the National Institutional King Ranking Framework (NIRF) by the Ministry of Education, which now ranks higher education institutions in 11 categories. The number of unique applicants in the unique ranking of has increased from 2,426 in 2016 to 4,030 in 2021 while the total number of applications for ranking in various categories has increased from 3,565 in 2016 to 6,272 in 2021.
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Referring to the IISC research criteria for which IIT-Madras will work, IIT-Madras Director Professor Bhaskar Rammurthy said, “We are pleased to again maintain our prominent position in the NIRF rankings, indicating that we are constantly improving all parameters. In fact, all the institutions are improving, which is a good thing. IIT-Madras has continued to excel in education, research and innovation and has launched several new initiatives to implement the National Education Policy (NEP).
While the rankings of top institutions in the overall, engineering, law, medical and management departments have not changed much, Loyola College (3), St. Xavier’s Kolkata and Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, Howrah (5) have entered the top five for the first time. However, Delhi University, which itself and the university did not rank in the top 10 overall, has 10 colleges in the top 10 and 12 in the top 20. There are 28 colleges in the top 100 from Delhi, then there are eight colleges from Chennai and Coimbatore.
Regionally, Tamil Nadu has 19 institutions in the top 100 universities, followed by Maharashtra with 12 and Karnataka with 10. The overall numbers are the same for Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra. However, with seven in the top 100, Delhi has overtaken Karnataka with the third highest number of institutions in the division.
Institutions are ranked on five parameters – teaching, learning and resources; Research and professional practice; Graduation results; Promotion and inclusion; And perception.
Revealing the ranking of education, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that a strong and role model ranking structure will serve as India’s contribution to global education, “So, we need to ensure that our ranking structure For the economy, “he called for the development of a regional ranking ranking structure.” We have 50,000 educational institutions and 50 million students in higher education. King’s ranking is inevitable and must be done. Did the chief.
In other categories, IIM Ahmedabad tops management, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, tops medical list for fourth year in a row, Jamia Hamdard tops pharmacy list for third year in a row, IIT-Roorkee takes first place Place, National Law School of India University, Bangalore, has held the first position in law for the fourth consecutive year and Manipal Dental Sciences College, Manipal has secured the first position in the dental department.
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