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Thirty-five Indian programs rank in the top 100 of QS World University Rankings

Thirty-five Indian programs rank in the top 100 of QS World University Rankings

Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has a list of the world’s best universities by subject. Thirty-five Indian programs have made it into the top 100 of that list.

The Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences for Dentistry, among India’s universities, is the best. In India, the best public universities are IIT Kharagpur, IIT Bombay, and IIT Madras, which are all public universities. There are eight Indian universities on QS’s Environmental Sciences 2022 list. A new school, IIT Bombay, moves into the top 150, and IIT Kharagpur stays in the 150-200 range. 28 of the 51 subjects were ranked, and US institutions took the lead in 28 of them. They took the top spot in 12 of them, too.

Key Highlight:

  • Thirty-five Indian programs made the top 100 in the QS World University Rankings By Subject 2022, ten more than in 2021.
  • Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences for Dentistry ranks 18th overall in India.
  • Environmental Sciences 2022 include eight Indian institutes, with IIT Bombay reaching the top 150 and IIT Kharagpur remaining in the 151-200 range.
  • Overall, US schools lead in 28 of the 51 listed subjects.
  • Harvard and MIT retain the top performers in twelve subjects.

Indian programs have made it into the top 100 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings By Subject in 2022, 10 more than in 2021.

For the most part, India’s best university is the Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences for dentistry, which starts at number 18. The Indian School of Mines (ISM) University in Dhanbad, India, took 26th place in Engineering – Mineral and Mining. It’s a new school.

Four Institutes of Eminence made it into the top 50, including IIT Madras, which made it into the top 30 for Petroleum Engineering. This makes it India’s highest-ranking public Institute of Eminence, making it the best in the country.

For India to be the best country globally, Mineral & Mining Engineering has to have a lot of good public schools in it. In 37th place is IIT Kharagpur and in 50th place is IIT Bombay (39th).

When you only look at the eight public Institutes of Eminence, four have made it into the top 100 for their field of study, while two have dropped out of the top 100.

For the most part, public Institutes of Eminence are much more likely to be in the QS World University Rankings than private ones. It is the only private school that has made it into the top 100 for law. Out of the three, only O.P. Jindal Global University has made it into the top 100.

People who go to the Birla Institute of Technology and Science are the best at their jobs. It has ten subjects on its list of excellence.

The country’s environmental science research has been very good worldwide. Among the eight Indian universities in QS’s Environmental Sciences 2022 rankings, IIT Bombay has moved into the top 150, and IIT Kharagpur has stayed in the 151-200 range.

India has a big problem: “Providing high-quality tertiary education in a country with many people is one of the biggest issues.” The number of Indian programs in our 51 subject rankings has gone up this year, from 233 to 274—where it had been going down before. This should be a good sign.

According to Sowter, many programs at India’s private Institutes of Eminence have made progress this year, which shows how well-regulated private providers can help improve India’s higher education system.

Twenty-eight out of 51 subjects were ranked, and US institutions took the top spot in 28. Harvard University and MIT are still the best places to go to school. They are the best in twelve different subjects.

In the rankings made by global higher education analysts QS Quacquarelli Symonds, students at 1543 universities worldwide took part in 15,200 individual university programs. These programs were taken by students in 51 academic fields and five broad areas of study. In the QS World University Rankings, they are part of a group of schools.

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