IISc India’s best educational institution again in NIRF rankings
Express News Global
Published:April 3, 2017
New Delhi: The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, the primary Indian foundation to make it to the main 10 in a worldwide positioning, has been positioned at the top in the yearly national rankings released by the HRD service.
Seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) have likewise made it to the rundown of the main 10 instructive establishments discharged under the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), the other two being Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).
The aftereffects of the second version of the local positioning were declared by HRD serve Prakash Javadekar in New Delhi on Monday. Not at all like a year ago, this time the positioning was discharged under five classifications—generally speaking, schools, colleges, administration and designing.
IISc figured at the top in “by and large” and “colleges” classes. JNU, which was at third position in the last positioning, has been positioned second this year in “colleges” classification. In the “by and large” positioning, the college, which has been at the focal point of contentions for over a year, has been put at the 6th position.
IIM-Ahmedabad and IIM-Bangalore have exchanged positions in the top administration foundation list. A year ago the Bangalore foundation was set at the top and IIM-Ahmedabad was second. IIT-Madras kept on being at the top in the designing foundations class.
A month ago, IISc was positioned eighth in the Times Higher Education (THE) Rankings, 2017 in the “best little colleges” class, joining the world class list that incorporates California Institute of Technology (Caltech) from the US, Ecole Normale Superieure from France and Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea.
The NIRF diagrams a procedure to rank establishments the nation over. The procedure draws from the general suggestions and expansive understanding landed at by a center panel set up by the service, to recognize the wide parameters for positioning different colleges and establishments.