Ending fake claims of rankings across the country, the Union HRD ministry constituted NIRF has released the the country’s ranking of top universities and institutes in categories of univesities, engineering institutes, management institutes, pharma institutes.
As expected JNU has come on top at third while science streams had IISc of Bangalore on top of the list. Leaving aside IISc and ICT-Mumbai, JNU tops the general stream of universities in the country, while University of Hyderabad came next to it and surprisingly Tezpur University of Assam took the fifth rank, leaving Delhi University to 6th rank.
Here is the list of top 5 universities/institutes in their respective category:
TOP 5 UNIVERSITIES in INDIA:
1.Indian Institute Of Science Banglore–Banglore—Karnataka–91.81
2.Institute Of Chemical Technology–Mumbai—Maharashtra
3.Jawaharlal Nehru University–New Delhi—Delhi————–86.45
4.University Of Hyderabad-Hyderabad–Hyderabad—Telangana—-85.45
Top 5 Engineering Institutes of India:
Indian Institute Of Technology, Madras ————- 89.41 1
Indian Institute Of Technology, Bombay ————–87.66 2
Indian Institute Of Technology, Kharagpur ———–83.91 3
Indian Institute Of Technology, New Delhi————82.02 4
Indian Institute Of Technology, Kanpur ————–81.07 5
Top 5 Management Institutes of India:
Indian Institute Of Management, Bangaluru——-93.04 1
Indian Institute Of Management, Ahmedabad——-89.91 2
Indian Institute Of Management, Calcutta——–87.45 3
Indian Institute Of Management, Lucknow———86.12 4
Indian Institute Of Management, Udaipur———84.22 5
Top 5 Pharma Institutes:
Manipal College Of Pharmaceutical Sciences-Manipal————––77.87 1
University Institute Of Pharmaceutical Sciences-Chandigarh——–77.10 2
Jamia Hamdard,Delhi—————–——————————71.38 3
Poona College Of Pharmacy, Erandwane, Pune————————70.92 4
Institute Of Pharmacy, Nirma University,Ahmedabad———-——-69.76 5.
The list released by the Union Human Resource Development Ministry on Monday is the first comprehensive framework to rank Indian institutions on the basis of a set of objective parameters and other university ranking mechanisms.
The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), under the aegis of the University Grants Commission, assesses and assigns a score to Indian higher education institutions, based on which a CGPA or grade is given as ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ or ‘D’ grade. The evaluation and ranking is done by a team that visits the campus and the institutes were asked to submit their own data which are vetted by the National Bureau of Accreditation.
The new ranking under NIRF has made a list of institues or universities under 5 broad headings — teaching, learning and resources; research, consulting and collaborative performance; graduation outcomes; outreach and inclusivity; perception.