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QS Ranking 2023: Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore has once again got the title of best in the country and emerging institute in South Asia.
QS University Ranking 2023: This time the position of 12 universities has improved in the QS World University Rankings. Indian Institute of Science Bangalore ,IISc Bangalore, It has once again got the title of Best in the Country and Emerging Institute in South Asia. IIT Bombay is second and IIT Delhi third in the country. QS World University Rankings (QS World University Ranking 2023) The list has been released. There has been a decline in the ranking of 10 universities in this list. This time seven new universities have got a place in the list. In this list, IISc Bangalore is ranked 155th among the top educational institutions of the world. The event of QS World University Ranking 2023 was organized at Chandigarh University.
The list of QS World University Rankings 2023 has been released in London. This includes IISc Bangalore, IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Madras and IIT Kharakpur. President Ram Nath Kovind on this ranking (President Ramnath Kovind) He also praised Indian institutions. He said that it is great to know that this year 41 Indian institutions have made it to the QS rankings, whereas last year the number was less.
The ranks of these Indian institutions improved in QS Ranking 2023
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DU in QS Ranking list: Delhi University’s rank decreased
Delhi University, which is the 10th best Indian university to feature in the 19th edition of the world’s most-advised international university rankings, has slipped to 521-530 category from the earlier 501-510 category. JNU’s ranking, which was earlier between 561-570, has come down to 601-650 bracket. Jamia Millia Islamia which was between 751-800 last year is now between 801-1000.
Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, is the fastest growing South Asian university among the top 200 universities in the prestigious QS World University Rankings, securing 31 positions. Four Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) have also joined this category. Highly premier universities like Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi University and Jamia Millia Islamia have slipped in the prestigious QS World University Rankings.