05-21-2015, 07:31 PM
Top Asian Universities-QS Rankings 2014: 17 universities in India among the first 300For first time as many as 17 universities in India have given among the top 300 universities in Asia, show the list of the recently released "Asian University Rankings 2014" by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Rankings.
QS Ranking 2014 Vs. 2013: Six more in the Top 300
Last year India had 11 universities from this list. Once again, the Indian Institutes of technology (IITs), leading to the mass of India; There are two IITs among top 50 in Asia. IIT-Delhi kept its rank last year to 38, with a score of count for 74.5; However IIT-Bombay slid two degrees from the position the previous year to 41st this year, who scored 71.8.
However, India is far behind other major educational hubs in Asia, such as Japan has 13 among the top 50; China and South Korea each have nine. Smaller countries, such as Hong Kong and Taiwan, also has six universities, each of the top 50. While Singapore and Thailand each have two of the top 50.
The seven IITs in the top 100:
Among the top 100 institutions, India has eight universities, of which seven are IITs in conjunction with the University of Delhi (DU) placed at position 81. IIT Kanpur and IIT Madras were classified 52 and 53 in the rankings, with a core of 66,1 66,0 and, respectively. IIT Kharagpur is at position 60, IIT Roorkee is 70 and IIT Guwahati is the spot 95 in the rankings this year.
Indian Institute of technology Delhi (IITD)
count for 74.5
Indian Institute of technology Bombay (IITB)
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK)
Indian Institute of technology Madras (IITM)
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IITKGP)
Indian Institute of technology Roorkee (IITR)
University of Delhi
Indian Institute of technology Guwahati (IITG)
University of Calcutta
University of Mumbai
Banaras Hindu University
Manipal Academy of higher education
Birla Institute of Technology and science
Indian Institute of information technology (IIIT)-Allahabad
University of Pune
* QS Ranking 2014 ranking Universities clubs below 150 in the different game Rating as shown in the table above
Another important indicator to Delhi University ranked in top 25 in Asia's Top 40 employers and academics, however, has not stepped on the list due to its large size and low levels of international faculty and student exchange.
Is the University of Calcutta, who scored high on the stock exchanges of pupils, coming second in Asia for outgoing exchanges and 52 for entry. The University of Calcutta and the University of Mumbai have been classified to 131.
Other universities in India among the top 300 of the continent are the Mumbai University, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Panjab University, University of Pune, Manipal University, Birla Institute of Technology and science, the Indian Institute of information technology Allahabad-Amity University and most of them appear in the rankings for the first time.
Panjab University that was ranked above the IITs and other institutions in India in last year's World University () Times the list of higher education Rankings 2013-14, positioned between 225-250 was ranked by QS between 171-180 degrees in the ranking to Asia.
QS head of research Ben Sowter, commenting on indian universities said: "have a great reputation for IITs among employers, and now produce a relatively large volume of research, but does not yet have a significant impact in terms of (research) citations."
"Improved India's Strength in depth is a sign of progress, but there's a long way to go before IITs can compete with the best universities in Asia," he said.
As per QS, "major missing piece of this puzzle is India-who, as the ranking of this year's show, still has a way to go before it can compete in the top institutions in the region. IIT Delhi maintains its 2013 38, but is the only one of India's top eight institutions don't rank lower than last year. As in previous years, the reputation of IITs ' employer and the relatively large volume of published research is offset by weak scores for student/faculty ratio, citations of research and internationalization. "