QS World University Rankings: In the recently released QS World University Rankings, no Indian institute secured a position within the top 100. This news comes as a disappointment for esteemed institutions such as IIT Bombay, Delhi University, and Anna University, among others. Let’s delve into the details and explore the current standings of Indian universities in the global rankings.
The Indian representation in the global list suggests that no Indian institution has been able to make a place amongst the global top 100. Moreover, amongst the global top 200, only three Indian institutions could mark a place. However, in total there are 41 Indian institutions and universities that have made it to the QS world university ranking list this year, which is little up from 35 that were there last year.
The QS world ranking list suggests that Indian Institute of Sciences (IISC), Bengaluru has achieved the 155th global rank, which is an elevation from 186th last year and marks the first place among Indian institutes. The IISC Bengaluru has also emerged to be amongst top institutes globally in the citation per faculty indicator. This indicates the global impact of research produced by institutes.
Top 10 Indian Institutions in the QS World University Rankings 2024
- Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay: Climbing an impressive 23 positions, IIT Bombay secures the 149th rank globally, breaking into the top 150 universities worldwide.
- Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi: IIT Delhi comes in second among Indian universities, with a commendable ranking of 197 in the QS World University Rankings 2024.
- Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore: IISc Bangalore is ranked at 225, maintaining its position as one of India’s premier research institutions.
- Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur: IIT Kharagpur is placed fourth among Indian institutions, securing a ranking of 271 in the QS World University Rankings.
- Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur: IIT Kanpur follows closely behind at 278, showcasing its excellence in engineering and technology education.
- Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras: IIT Madras achieves a ranking of 285, solidifying its position as one of India’s top technical institutions.
- The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati holds a ranking of 364, positioning it as one of the top engineering institutions in India.
- Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee: IIT Roorkee secures the 369th rank globally, further enhancing its reputation as a prestigious technological institute.
- University of Delhi: Making its debut in the top 500, the University of Delhi achieves a ranking of 407, reflecting its academic excellence and diverse offerings.
- Anna University: Another newcomer to the top 500, Anna University attains a ranking of 427, showcasing its growth and contributions to higher education in India.