IIT-Bom­bay Over­taken by IIT-In­dore in the World Univer­sity List

Chemical Industry Digest - - News & Views -

IIT- Bom­bay, which was re­cently cho­sen as an In­sti­tute of Em­i­nence (IoE) by the Cen­tre, has slipped from the 351-400 band to 401-500 in the Times Higher Ed­u­ca­tion (THE) World Univer­sity Rank­ings 2019. It has been over­taken by nine year old IIT-In­dore, which made its im­pres­sive de­but as In­dia’s sec­ond high­est ranked univer­sity and a global top 400 in­sti­tu­tions.

The coun­try is led again by In­dian In­sti­tute of Sci­ence, Ban­ga­lore, which re­tains its po­si­tion in the 251-300 band. This time al­though no In­dian in­sti­tute made it to the global top 200, but it claimed its pres­ence in 49 places this year, up from 42- the fifth best rep­re­sented na­tion in the world.

Sav­it­ribai Phule Pune Univer­sity has emerged as the top sate run univer­sity in the coun­try, be­ing ranked in the 501-600 band, up from 601-800 band last year. And among the pre­vi­ously ranked in­sti­tutes, am­rita univer­sity saw an im­pres­sive rise in the 2019 table­from 801-1000 band to 601-800 band, this year- with its par­tic­u­lar im­prove­ment in its ci­ta­tion im­pact score (re­search in­flu­ence).

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