Hyderabad: University of Hyderabad (UoH) has been ranked among the top ten institutions in India for the second consecutive year. According to the QS India University Rankings 2020, released on Tuesday, IIT-Bombay bagged the first rank, Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru at second, and IIT Delhi at third. UoH takes rank eighth rank
UoH stood at eighth position, while the University of Delhi is at seventh. IIT-Roorkee and IIT-Guwahati follow UoH. The University of Hyderabad scored the most in ‘proportion of staff with a PhD’ category, thus allowing for the eighth position this year.
UoH Vice-chancellor Prof. Appa Rao Podile said, “This rank reinforced our stature as a premier institution, for which we have also been awarded the Institution of Eminence status. It entails intensive work ahead to not only retain but also to improve our ranking with a climb across all parameters. This will help us to better serve the nation’s public through high-quality education and research.”
However, it is important to note that the university was ranked seventh in the QS India University rankings in 2019.
Top 10 Institutions In India🇮🇳 QS World Rankings 2020 1. IIT Bombay 2. IISC Bangalore3. IIT Delhi4. IIT Madras5. IIT Kharagpur6. IIT Kanpur7. University of Delhi8. University of Hyderabad9. IIT Roorkee10. IIT Guwahati @QS_Corporate @worlduniranking— Hi Hyderabad (@HiHyderabad) October 22, 2019
Top 10 Institutions In India🇮🇳 QS World Rankings 2020 1. IIT Bombay 2. IISC Bangalore3. IIT Delhi4. IIT Madras5. IIT Kharagpur6. IIT Kanpur7. University of Delhi8. University of Hyderabad9. IIT Roorkee10. IIT Guwahati @QS_Corporate @worlduniranking
The survey used eight indicators to determine the institutions’ rankings. Academic reputation (30%), employer reputation (20%), faculty-student ratio (20%), the proportion of staff with a PhD (10%), papers per faculty from Scopus database (10%), citations per paper from Scopus database (5%), the proportion of international students (2.5%) and the proportion of international faculty (2.5%) are the indicators, according to a release by QS.
This is the second edition of QS rankings for Indian institutions. The organisation is a global higher education company, which brings out the QS World University Rankings, a widely consulted list of its kind.