March 25, 2023: IIT-Kanpur, IIT-Kharagpur, IIT-Bombay, and IIT-Madras were the other notable branches that made into the top-100 list. Continue reading to know more!
Ranked 49, Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi (IIT-Delhi) has entered the list of top 50 institutions for Engineering in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023, for Electrical and Electronic. It has leaped up from its 55th position from last year.
Overall, it sits on spot 174.
The data has been collected and compiled by global higher education analyst Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).
The entire listing includes 15,700+ individual programmes taken by students at 1,594 universities in 93 locations across the world, across 54 academic disciplines and five broad Faculty Areas, and involves independent comparative analysis.
The QS Rankings involve multiple parameters like employer reputation, student response, research publications, academic reputation, etc.
The ranking establishment has also notified that the year-on-year performance of Indian institutions has been improving momentously.
On the other hand, jumping up by 25 spots, IIT-Bombay has grabbed the 92nd position, and now features among the world’s top 100 in Mathematics.
IIT-Kanpur has also leaped up by 21 places, and is now ranked at 87 in Electrical Electronic, up by 21 spots from last year, and 96 in Computer Science Information Systems, up by 13 places, since last year. IIT-Kanpur, therefore, features among the world’s top 100 in Engineering colleges.
Overall, 66 Indian universities accounted for 355 entries in total. Out of this, 44 courses in different disciplines featured in the top 100, 38 in the narrow subjects and in all the five broad subject areas.
Overall, in Engineering and Technology category, the top 3 Universities as per QS World University ranking are:
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- Stanford University
- University of Cambridge
“The eleven declared Institutes of Eminence (IoE) take 44 per cent of the overall Indian entries (158). The IoE boasts 35 of the 49 top-100 Indian positions across the 54 academic disciplines and the five broad faculty areas 1 featured in this edition,” an official statement read.
The chart-toppers were, undoubtedly, the University of Delhi with 27 entries, IIT-Bombay with 25 entries and IIT-Kharagpur with 23 entries.