IISc rises up to 13th place among institutions in emerging economies: On Wednesday, Times Higher Education (THE) Engineering Economics ranking 2018 said that IISc rises up to 13th place among institutions in emerging economies involves 42 of India’s institutes, with the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru rising up to the 13th place. The Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, is at 26th place.
India continues to try hard to make a mark in global higher education ranking. But the recent ranking of institutes in 42 rising economics suggests that it has importantly raised its profile among 350 universities. It holding the second position after China.
As per the record, the National Institute of Technology, Rourkela is India’s highest riser hopping 57 positions. To number joint 138th due to growth in research influence and references.
Furthermore, Tezpur University benefits 41 places to break into the top 100, sharing the 99th with Russia’s National University of Science and Technology. The Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay preserves its place at 26 ranks.
Yet, THE said that while some Indian Institutes created big benefits and their general representation improved. Then, the most of the earlier ranked institutes have discarded places. And both the Indian Institute of Technology Madras and The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi fall from the top 50.
Furthermore, Phil Baty is the editorial director of global rankings for THE. He said that India certainly has the potential to arise as a famous player in global higher education in the next years. This is an important moment. He also said that stable investment, a rigid drive to attract main global ability. And a strong importance on international referencing will important steps in helping India understand its global higher education goals.
In addition, he said that the Narendra Modi government’s study in India plans to raise international student number is very hopeful and said that he saw more ability in the new Institutes of excellence leadership.
As per the report, China’s leadership of the ranking stay unchallenged. It has 63 institutes acted and 52 of its institutions make the table’s top 200 more than any other country. Pakistan has 10 institutes denoted up from seven with Quaid-i-Azam University ranked at joint 85th. So, its good that IISc rises up to 13th place among institutions in emerging economies.