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The QS World University Rankings 2022 have been released.
About QS World University Rankings:
- QS World University Rankings is released by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).
- Purpose: It is an annual publication of university rankings which comprises the global overall and subject rankings.
- Parameters: The universities are evaluated based on the following six metrics:
- Academic Reputation (40%)
- Employer Reputation (10%)
- Faculty/Student Ratio (20%)
- Citations per faculty (20%)
- International Faculty Ratio (5%)
- International Student Ratio (5%).
- Only three educational institutes from India, the IIT Bombay (177), IIT Delhi (185) and IISc Bengaluru (186) feature in the top 200 list.
- Except for these three institutes, no other Indian institution has been able to break into the top 200 since 2017.
- IIT-Bombay continues to be India’s best higher education institution for the fourth consecutive year. Holding 177th position, although it fell five places over the last year
- There are a total number of 22 Indian higher education institutions placed among the world’s top 1,000 universities.
- In the 2021 index, there were 21 Indian institutions. This is followed by 23 in 2020, 24 in 2019 and 20 in 2018.
- IISc Bengaluru remains the world’s top research university, maintaining a perfect score of 100/100 for this metric.
- Poor performance in the faculty-student ratio: Indian universities have improved their performance on academic reputation metric and research impact, but continue to struggle on the teaching capacity metric.
- No Indian university ranks among the top 250 for faculty-student ratio.
Other Key Findings of QS World University Rankings 2022:
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- The top three institutions globally are: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), University of Oxford and Stanford University
- Singapore’s National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University, and China’s Tsinghua University and Peking University, are the only Asian universities in the global top 20.
Source: Indian Express