INDIAN UNIVERSITIES DO NOT MAKE IT IN TOP 100 RANKING

Times Higher Education (THE) magazine has released its 2015 World Reputation Rankings. Harvard University has retained its top slot and the second rank is given to the University of Cambridge, followed closely by University of Oxford at the third position.
US universities continue to bag the top slot with 43 of the top 100 and 8 out of the top 10. UK universities have 12 of the top 100 rankings.
The world reputation ranking is based on worldwide survey of expert academic opinions and are based on more than 10,000 responses.
Predictably, none of the Indian universities have made it to this list of top 100. If only the IISc and IITs focus on improving the parameters on the basis of which this ranking is done, there is some chance of seeing an Indian university in this list soon

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One Response to INDIAN UNIVERSITIES DO NOT MAKE IT IN TOP 100 RANKING

  1. Ravish MV says:

    In India instead of quality education quantity education is provided. Also ability/merit is not considered, only position matters. No vision, only for time being everything is met. so how can we expect the top institutes can become top world institutes.

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