Monday, September 28, 2020

Best Universities In India You Must Know

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Best Universities In India You Must Know: India’s higher education system is one of the largest in the world, along with China and the United States, and is especially known for its engineering schools. The country’s parliament declared institutes of technology as “institutes of national importance” in 1961, which helped the then newly established universities to grow and develop their reputations.

     National competition for a place at one of India’s best universities is fierce, and an increasing number of international students go to study there, too. An advantage for international students is that all courses are taught in English.


    The country’s rich traditions, luscious landscape and delectable food are further reasons why you may want to experience India as a student. India is one of the most diverse countries in the world, so you may want to choose your university based on the state and its local culture.

     Many Indian universities are in beautiful natural parks. Whether located in rural or urban settings, a number of the best institutions host festivals and events that make campus life more exciting. 

QS INDIA UNIVERSITY RANKINGS 2020:

TOP 10 UNIVERSITIES:


1. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BOMBAY (IITB):

India’s top university is the Indian Institute of Bombay (IITB), ranking 152 nd in the world university rankings. The institute is recognized internationally as a leader in the field of engineering education and research, earning first place for both the academic reputation and employer reputation in the QS India University Rankings.

    IITB was established in 1958, as the second IIT in the country, and has since produced a number of high achieving graduates who have made contributions in the fields of industry, academics, research, business, government and more.

2. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE BANGALORE (IISC):

The Indian Institute of Science (IISC) is ranked second in the India University rankings this year and places 184th  in the world university rankings. The university situated in the city of Bangalore was established in 1909, but only granted university status in 1958.

     The city scores well in the academic reputation indicator and earns first place in the papers per faculty indicators – highlighting the university’s strong academic output.

3. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DELHI (IITD):

The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi rose one place in 2020 to enter the top three top universities in India for the first time! The university earns the second highest score in India for its academic reputation and employer reputation indicators, suggesting the university is rated highly for both its academic output and its graduate employment prospects.

    IITD recently gained ‘Institutes of Eminence’ status, meaning it has increased autonomy on course structures, tuition fees and academic collaborations, as well as allowing 30 percent of admitted students to be international students.

4. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MADRAS (IITM):

In fourth place we have the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM). Despite falling one place this year, the university scores well in both the employer reputation and staff with PhD indicators and places in joint 271st  place in the world university rankings.

    Established in 1959, IITM was the third IIT to be established by the government and has 8,000 students, 550 faculty and 16 academic departments. The university also contains facilities such as the IIT Madras Research Park, which is the first of its kind to be established in India. 

5. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KHARAGPUR (IITKGP):

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IITKGP) was the first-ever IIT to be established and is recognized as an institute of national importance. It has been ranked 4th in the Engineering category by NIRF Ranking 2019, making it one of the leading engineering colleges across India.

      The college has a sizeable faculty of over 780 members including a majority of highly qualified and experienced Ph.D holders and currently has a strength of 8,979‬ students, as of 2019. IIT Kharagpur offers undergraduate, postgraduate, dual degree and doctoral programs in several specializations. 

     The institute offers B.Tech, B.Arch., Integrated, LLB, LLM, M.Tech., MCP, M.Sc., MBA, EMBA, MMST, and Ph.D. program to the aspirants.

     Admissions are based on the marks secured by the students in the respective national level entrance examinations including JEE Mains, JEE Advanced, GATE, JAM, CAT etc. Last year, the opening and closing cutoff for admission to B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering at IIT Kharagpur was 204-283 and 520-980 for male and female candidates respectively. 
   
      The college offers several facilities including sports, extracurriculars, accommodation, central library etc.  IIT Kharagpur also has a great placement record with the first day of the recent placement season of 2019-2020 bringing in over 460 offers from about 30 companies, including many pre-placement offers. 

6. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KANPUR (IITK):

In sixth place we have the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK). Established in 1959, the institution currently has 3,938 undergraduate students and 240 graduate students.

The university scores well in multiple indicators; particularly the and staff with PhDs and papers per faculty indicators, where it ranks first and fourth respectively – an indication of the large number of highly qualified members of the faculty working at the university.

7. UNIVERSITY OF DELHI:

Ranked the seventh best Indian university in 2020, the University of Delhi is the highest ranked non-IIT university featured in this year’s 10 best universities in India. The university was established in 1922 and has since become India’s largest institution of higher learning and one of the largest in the world, with over 132,000 students.

It has two main campuses in the north and south of Delhi, with a total of 77 affiliated colleges and 16 faculties. The University of Delhi earns its highest scores for academic reputation and employer reputation.

8. UNIVERSITY OF HYDERABAD:

Established in 1974, University of Hyderabad (UoH)University had The President of India felicitated it with Visitor’s Award for the best Central University in India in 2015. It is also well known for being a Research University. Although it is mainly a public postgraduate university, it does offer MPhil and PhD programmes of 18 months and 5 years, respectively.

Campus size: 2,300 acre

Affiliated to/ Recognised by: UGC , AIU

Accredited by: Grade “A” by NAAC

Ranking (2019): 4th best university in India by NIRF
3rd rank for Mass Communication by India Today
4th rank among best universities in India by The Week

Modes of education: Full-time/ Distance/Correspondence

Number of courses offered: 97 courses across 11 streams

Total no. of students: 5000

Total number of staff: 400 Plus

Scholarship: merit based

9. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE (IITR):

Ninth on our top universities countdown is the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IITR). IITR is the oldest Technical Institution in Asia, established in 1847 as the College of Civil Engineering at Roorkee and gaining IIT status in 2001.

The university features in the top ten for most indicators including; academic reputation, employer reputation, citations per paper and staff with PhDs. It also ranks in the top five for the citation per paper indicator.

160 years is a long time by human standards. But that is how long IIT Roorkee has been a centre of excellence. We are the oldest technical institution in India, and our roots lie in the Thomason College of Engineering, established 1847.

The  institution  was awarded the status of the first technical university of free India. The University of Roorkee quickly  gained an international reputation as a centre of excellence and was renowned for churning out, year after year, some of the best engineers in the world.

In the year 2001, the University was declared an insitute of national importance and accorded the status of an "Indian Institute of Technology". From the Thomason College of Engineering to an IIT, the institute has come full circle. And we are proud to be a part of this place, proud to share its glorious traditions and be able to add to them in our own little way, proud to be, in equal part Thomsonians and IITians.

10. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GUWAHATI (IITG):

Indian institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG) is a public technical and research University established by the government of India located in Guwahati, in the state of Assam in India.

It is the sixth Indian institute of Technology established in in India. IIT Guwahati is officially recognised as an institute of National importance by the government of India.
IIT Guwahati has been ranked 7th both in Engineering and Overall category in NIRF India Rankings 2020, released on 11th June 2020.

Admission in IIT Guwahati for UG Courses is done through JEE advanced. Admission in PG is done through GATE score, through Ph.D-NET examination one can get admission for Phd Courses.


CONCLUSION: The National Institutional Ranking Framework or NIRF was approved by Minister of Human Resource Development  and launched two years ago.This framework has devised certain parameters through which it comes to a conclusion about the top universities in the country. This framework outlines a methodology to rank institutions across the country. The methodology draws from the overall recommendations broad understanding arrived at by a Core Committee set up by MHRD, to identify the broad parameters for ranking various universities and institutions.

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