NOIDA– India made a remarkable improvement in the latest ‘QS World University Rankings by Subject’ released on Wednesday with the entry of 22 new educational institutions in top-200 club. Now, there are 89 Indian educational institutions listed on QS rankings.
According to the latest edition of QS rankings, three Indian universities have at least one department listed in top-50 of the worldwide ranking. Department of Development Studies, Delhi University is ranked at 37th position, which is the highest ranking of any Indian educational department. Mineral & Mining Engineering at IIT-Bombay (at rank 38) and IIT Kharagpur (at 47) follow the ranking of Delhi University.
Computer Science and Information System ruled QS rankings this year with 17 universities making their place in this category. IIT-Bombay and IIT-Delhi from India emerged as the leaders in this category among all the institutions based out in India.
It was the 104th time when India’s eight IITs and IIScs made their place in QS rankings. Our of all the Indian institutions ranked in QS rankings, 33 have proved their ranking while 7 saw a drop.
The US (1,884), UK (958) and Australia (508) have recorded with largest number of departments listed in worldwide QS rankings.