QS Rankings: IIT-Delhi enters list of top 50 institutions for engineering

QS Rankings: IIT-Delhi enters list of top 50 institutions for engineering

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Category : National Published on: March 25 2023

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  • The Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi has entered the list of top 50 institutions for engineering in the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by Subject 2023.
  • The Delhi University is the Indian varsity with maximum entries (27) followed by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, (25) and IIT-Kharagpur (23).
  • The thirteen edition of the  QS World University Rankings by Subject has ranked 66 Indian universities, cumulatively achieving 355 entries, a 18.7 per cent increase compared to last year (299).
  • The rankings cover 54 academic disciplines and five broad faculty areas, and this year’s edition ranks 66 Indian universities, which cumulatively achieved 355 entries. 
  • The QS Rankings are based on various parameters such as research publications, academic reputation, employer reputation and H-Index.
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