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X Best Colleges in India

The 2nd list of the QS India University Rankings has been issued today. The list includes 107 Indian universities, which are all included in the QS World University Rankings 2020. The ranking of QS India University depends on eight aspects. These eight aspects are given below; faculty/student ratio, staff with a Ph.D., academic reputation, employer reputation, citations per paper, international faculty, papers per faculty, and international students.

You can learn more about the process used here.

Ten Best Colleges in India

1- Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB)

The top in the ranking of Indian universities is IITB (Indian Institute of Bombay). The university also exists at 152nd position in the hierarchy of world university rankings. The institute ranks first in the QS India University Rankings for both academic prestige and employment status.

The university was founded in 1958 as the second IIT in India. Since then, many high achieving students have been born who have contributed to the industry, education, research, business, government, and many other fields. The IITB is internationally leading in the engineering education and research field. While studying there, students have to work on their assignments, research papers as well as essays. To perform well, they can get help from college essay writing service.

2- Indian Institute of Science (IISC)

The Indian Institute of Science (IISC) has recently ranked 2nd in the Indian University rankings. The institute also ranked 184th in the world university rankings. It is located in Bangalore and has been offering educational services since 1909. But university status was granted in 1958.

3- Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD)

The Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IITD) has moved up one step this year and entered the top three universities in India for the first time.

The university scores the 2nd highest score in India as an indicator of its academic credentials and employer credentials, suggesting that the university is given a higher status for both its educational output and its graduate employment prospects.

4- Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM)

Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM) is at 4th position in the ranking.

Despite falling one step this year, the institute scores excellent in both the employer repute and staff with Ph.D. indicators. IITM is standing 271st in the world university rankings. The institute was founded in 1959. It was the 3rd IIT, which was developed by GOVT. There are 8,000 students, 550 faculty, and 16 academic sections.

The university also has amenities like IIT Madras Research Park, which is the first kind in India.

5- Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IITKGP)

Now entering the first five, we start with the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IITKGP), situated in Northeast India.

The IITK GP has recently secured a 281st position in the QS World University Rankings. And the university scores excellent among the staff in terms of Ph.D. and employer status indicators.

6- Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK)

We have the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK) at number six. IITK was founded in 1959. There are 3,938 undergraduate students and 240 graduate students recently.

The university’s performance in many aspects, especially staff with Ph.D. and papers per faculty indicators where it positions 1st and 4th respectively–indicates many highly educated faculty members working in this university.

7- University of Delhi

The University of Delhi exists in the top 10 universities of the year. The university has the 7th position in the best Indian universities. The University of Delhi was founded in 1922 and has since become one of the largest institutes of India. The university is also the largest in the world, with over 132000 students.

8- University of Hyderabad

This year, the University of Hyderabad has slipped one position to 8th in the Index of Top Indian Universities. It was introduced in 1974 and is quite a new one to other highest Indian universities. The institution has 5,000+ students and 400+ teaching staff. In 2015, it earned the Visitor’s prize for the Best Central University in India by the Indian president.

9- Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

In this list, the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee stands in 9th position. It is Asia’s oldest technical university that was developed in 1847. In 2001, it received the rank of College of Civil Engineering at Roorkee and IIT. This institution ranks in the highest ten regarding its academic status, workers standing, citations per paper, and PhDs faculty. Regarding the citation per paper, the university stands at 5th ranking.

10- Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

At ten of the best colleges in India, the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati is dominating. It is from the 26 technology Institutes in India. This college is at top ranking due to its worker status and academic repute perspectives. These features show that the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati is a highly reputable college in India, both for graduate workers and other colleges. 

Conclusion

All the colleges and universities’ names mentioned above are from the top most ranked institutions of India. You can also see their different ranking prospects and dominating feature. Now you can choose which one suits your requirements.

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