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QS university rankings 2023 by subject: Delhi University & IIT-Bombay top in Indian entries – Times of India

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QS University Rankings 2023: The 11 declared Institutes of Eminence account for 44% of the overall Indian entries (158) in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023 released on Wednesday.
The most represented Indian universities in this edition of the rankings are University of Delhi (27 entries), IIT-B (25 entries) and IIT-Kharagpur (23 entries). The electrical and electronic engineering programme at IIT-Kanpur now ranks 87th in the world, and computer science & information systems 96th. And IIT-Kharagpur is among the world’s top computer science and information systems (94th rank, up 15 spots).
As many as 44 programmes offered by Indian higher education institutions in different disciplines have figured in the top 100 globally. Last year, 35 Indian programmes made it to the top 100.
The Delhi University is the Indian varsity with maximum entries (27) followed by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, (25) and IIT-Kharagpur (23), a statement released by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) said.
In the case of universities, Jawaharlal Nehru University (68th rank) and University of Delhi (91th rank) broke into the world’s top 100 in sociology.
Ben Sowter, QS Research director, said: “One of the biggest challenges faced by India is educational—providing high-quality tertiary education in the face of exploding demand: this much was recognised by 2020’s NEP, which set the ambitious target of a 50% gross enrolment ratio by 2035.”
“It should therefore provide some reassurance that the number of Indian programs featuring across our 54 subject rankings and five broad faculty areas has increased this year—from 299 to 355 this year,” he added.
The 2023 QS rankings sees Indian higher education institutions featuring in 38 of the 54 narrow subjects and in the all the five broad subject areas—engineering and technology, humanities, life sciences and medicine, natural sciences, social sciences and management. Globally, US institutions lead in 32 subjects. Harvard University is the strongest-performing institution, ranking first in 14 subjects, two more than last year. British universities top 15 subject tables, with the universities of Oxford and Cambridge leading in four and two subjects, respectively.
The current edition ranked 66 Indian universities, cumulatively achieving 355 entries of various programmes: an 18.7% increase compared to last year (299). According to QS, India’s highest-ranked programme is dentistry at Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences for Dentistry (ranked 13th globally, up five places). The next two highest ranked are Petroleum Engineering (21th globally, up nine spots) at IIT-Madras and Indian School of Mines University, Dhanbad, placing 25th (up one place) in engineering–mineral & mining.

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