India Doubled Its Presence In QS Asia Ranking 2019

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According to a report named QS Asia University Rankings 2019 by Quacquarelli Symonds, India doubled their presence in the ranking. India has the third largest number of universities and institutes (75), after mainland China (112) and Japan (89). The National University of Singapore has been assessed as Asia’s best university. IIT-Bombay remains the highest ranked institution. It moved one place to the 33rd position.

India has the third largest number of universities and institutes, after mainland China (112) and Japan (89).

There are 40 new Indian institutions taking the total number to 75 at the top 500 list. But none made it to the top 20.

IIT-Bombay remains the highest ranked institution. It moved one place to the 33rd position.

The Other Indian institutions  in the top 100 are:
 
  • IIT-Delhi at the 40th position,
  • IIT-Madras at the 48th position,
  • Indian Institute of Science-Bangalore, 50th Position. 

National University of Singapore has been assessed as Asia’s best university. It is followed by University of Hong Kong, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), Tsinghua University (China) and Peking University(China).

Universities have been assessed on Academic reputation, employer reputation, student-faculty ratio, international faculty and students, staff with PhD, papers per faculty and citations per paper, among other parameters.