IIT Kharagpur Ranked 2nd Among Indian Higher Education Institutes

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New Delhi, Updated on Feb 24, 2020 11:40 IST

IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal ranked second among India’s higher educational institutes in the 'Times Higher Education Emerging Economies Ranking 2020'.

One of India’s premier institutes, the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (IIT KGP) made it to 32nd rank in the overall global ranking. Rank as 55th last year, IIT-KGP took a jump and reached 32nd this year. The institute that is ranked first among India’s higher educational institutes in the 'Times Higher Education Emerging Economies Ranking 2020' is the Indian Institute of Science (IISc). The institute is ranked as 16th globally in the ranking list.

Talking about the rise in the ranking list, IIT KGP Director Professor V K Tewari said that the institute ensures best-in-class quality and has taken quality measures to improve and maintain a globally competitive faculty-student ratio.

56 Indian universities made it to the ranking list where 533 universities from different countries got ranked. A total of eleven Indian institutes got featured in the top-100 list.

List of Indian Universities Featured in THE Emerging Economies List of top 100 Universities

The rank-wise list of the 11 Indian universities that made it to the top 100 list of the Emerging Economies University Ranking 2020 is given below

Rank

University Name

16

Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru

32

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

34

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

38

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

58

Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

61

Indian Institute of Technology Indore

63

Indian Institute of Technology Madras

63

Indian Institute of Technology Ropar

73

Institute of Chemical Technology

77

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

90

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

Times Higher Education released the Emerging Economies Ranking 2020 by comparing the universities on the basis of various parameters, a few among them are full-time enrolled students, the number of students per staff, the total number of international students enrolled, the gender ratio in the university, and others.

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Kahande

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Je comptes étudier en ligne vu que je suis loins de l'université

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