World's 100 best institutes, IIT Ropar and IIT Indore got place along with IISc
Times Higher Education has released the list of best universities for 2021. In which the Indian Institute IIsc has come down one place from last year to 37th position, which is the best Indian institute among the top 50 universities. In which let us tell you that two of the top 10 universities are from China, three from Hong Kong, two from Japan, two from Singapore and one from South Korea. At 11-20 positions, five are from China, three from South Korea, one from Taiwan and one from Hong Kong.
Indian Institute IISc is ranked 37th, down a notch from last year. This is the only institution that has been able to find a place in the top 50 universities. Four Indians in the first hundred institutions last year.There were universities, this time their number is three. The ranking of the top five Indian institutions has come down compared to last year.
There are a total of 551 institutes in this list. These are from 30 countries/regions. The Hong Kong and Macau Autonomous Regions of China are written separately.
Of these 551, Japan has the highest number of institutions (116). It is followed by China (91) and India (63). Eighteen Indian universities have made it to the top 200 in this year's Times Higher Education (THE) Asia University Rankings, three more than last year.
Indian Institute of Science (IISc) remains the best domestic institute in Asia with 37th rank, followed by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Ropar and Indore.
Eighteen Indian universities have made it to the top 200 in this year's Times Higher Education (THE) Asia University Rankings, three more than last year.
Three new names - King George's Medical University in Lucknow, Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) in Delhi and Mahatma Gandhi University in Kerala - have entered the top 200 list for the first time, the British ranking agency said on Wednesday.
Three Indian institutions feature in the top 100 as against four last year. In addition, the rankings of all the top five domestic schools declined.
While IISc dropped a rank from last year, IIT Ropar dropped eight places to 55th, and IIT Indore dropped 23 places to 78th. The Institute of Chemical Technology in Mumbai, a state-run deemed university, was ranked 122nd, down 30 ranks from its 2020 position, and IIT Gandhinagar was ranked 137 against 114 last year.
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Chief Knowledge Officer Phil Bati said, “Asia University Rankings are becoming increasingly competitive every year… It is great to see that India continues to achieve multiple positions in the top 100, and to see three debut institutions in the top 200. is impressive."
India's record number of participating institutes this year is a testament to the willingness of its universities to stand out on the regional and world stage to showcase their strengths and benchmarks against their peers.