03-13-2015, 07:18 PM
Times Higher Education published a list of "Top 100 best universities in the global 'in the past' rankings worldwide reputation 'and none of the universities in India could make it to the list. Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik said, "is a matter of regret that none of the 700 universities and thousands of col. Grade schools have appeared in the best educational institutions in the world."
The latest results come even though the government has initiated a number of measures to their schools among the first globally. On the other shame, BRIC nations except India have achieved atleast a university in the list of prestigious universities. The editor of the higher education rankings Phil Baty said, "It's really a matter of concern that a country of great intellectual history of India and its huge and growing economic power has only one university that is regarded by scholars as a whole are among the most prestigious in the world. "
Harvard University for the fifth consecutive year topped the list as the University of Cambridge in advance second (fourth) and the University of Oxford in third (fifth).
As the United States continued to dominate the list with 43 of the 100 best places in Asia University of Tokyo crowned rank XII.