Top Rankings India Universities for Technology and IT
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Top Rankings India Universities for Technology and IT

To date, 107 Indian universities have been included in the QS World University Rankings® 2020, which was issued today as part of the second edition of the QS India University Rankings.

Rankings are based on eight factors: academic reputation, reputation among employers, faculty/student ratio, PhDs on staff, papers published by faculty, citations per paper, and the number of foreign faculty and foreign students.

India’s Top 5 University Rankings

Here is a list of the top 5 universities in India as per their annual rankings. Students from Italy should apply for an Indian visa for Italian citizens in the student visa category.

5. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IITKGP)

IIT Kharagpur (IITKGP), a northeastern Indian institute of technology, is now in the top five.

With a ranking of 281st in the 2018 QS World University Rankings®, IITKGP’s graduates are highly sought after by potential graduate employers, as evidenced by the university’s high rankings in staff with PhDs and employer reputation indicators.

4. Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM)

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras is at fourth place (IITM). Despite dropping one spot in the rankings this year, the university still has a strong reputation among employers and has a high percentage of faculty members with doctorates, placing it in a tie for 271st place globally.

IITM was the third Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) to be created by the government and has a student body of 8,000, 550 faculty members, and 16 academic departments to its credit.. Additionally, the IIT Madras Research Park, which is the first of its kind to be developed in India, can be found on campus.

3. Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD)

In 2020, the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi will become the first Indian university to break into the country’s top three institutions of higher learning.

In terms of academic reputation and employer reputation, the university ranks second in India. This indicates that the university is well-regarded for both its academic output and its graduate employment opportunities.

Institutes of Eminence’ status means that IITD now has greater control over course formats, tuition prices, and academic collaborations as well as the ability to admit 30 percent of international students.

So, the students from Sweden should apply for an Indian visa for Sweden citizens if they are looking for admission to this university.

2. Indian Institute of Science (IISC)

Second, in India and 184th in the world, the Indian Institute of Science (IISC) has been ranked this year. Despite being founded in 1909, Bangalore University was only given university status as recently as 1958.

When it comes to academic repute and the number of papers published by faculty, the city comes out on top, underscoring the university’s impressive productivity.

1. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB)

In the world rankings, the Indian Institute of Bombay (IITB) is the country’s best institution, coming in at 152nd place. According to the QS India University Rankings, this institution is a global leader in engineering education and research. It was ranked first for both its academic and employer reputations.

Established in 1958 as India’s second IIT, IITB is home to many accomplished alumni who have gone on to work in a variety of disciplines, including the business world and government.