Asia University Rankings 2023: In a remarkable achievement, a record number of Indian universities have found a place in the Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings 2023. As many as 75 institutes from India have featured in the list, up from 71 last year. India is only behind Japan (117) and China (95) on the list. However, India’s highest-ranked institute, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore has been downgraded by six places, slipping from 42nd rank to 48th rank.
India’s Four institutes in the top 100
Four institutes from India have made it to the Times Higher Education, Asia University Rankings 2023. Aside from the highest-ranked Indian Institute of Science, three other institutes are on the list. JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research at 68th place (down from 65th last year), Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences at 77th, and Mahatma Gandhi University joint 95th.
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India’s top 10 institutes in the rankings
- Indian Institute of Science ((48)
- JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research (68)
- Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Science (77)
- Mahatma Gandhi University (95)
- International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad (106)
- Alagappa University (111)
- Saveetha University (113)
- Jamia Milia Islamia (128)
- IIT Ropar (131)
- Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (137)
‘Indian Universities becoming innovative and dynamic’
“THE’s Asia University Rankings shows India’s universities are becoming innovative and dynamic,” said Phil Baty, chief global affairs officer of Times Higher Education. “The very rapid growth of Indian universities willing to put themselves forward for assessment in international rankings is impressive, showing a real appetite to compete on the global stage,” he said.
“The data shows an increasingly diverse and dynamic Indian higher education sector, with huge potential driven by the NEP (National Education Policy) reforms,” Baty added.
It’s noteworthy that Indian Institutes of Technology, including Delhi, Bombay, Kharagpur, and Madras are not on the list as they took a conscious decision of staying out of THE rankings league in 2020, citing data discrepancies and lack of transparency.
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