On Wednesday, June 8, the results of the QS World University Rankings 2023 were revealed. Academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty-student ratio, citations per faculty, international faculty ratio, international student ratio, employment outcome, and international research network were all factors considered in the QS World University Rankings. In terms of country, the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru has topped the list.
A number of Indian universities and institutions have made the QS Rankings 2023 list. In the QS rankings 2023, IISc Bangalore was placed 155 with a score of 49.5, while IIT Bombay and IIT Delhi were ranked 172 and 174, respectively. IIT Kanpur and IIT Roorkee, which both increased their rankings, are now ranked 264 and 369, respectively.
According to an IIT Guwahati release, IIT Guwahati is ranked 384th in the world overall and 37th in the world for Citations per Faculty.
According to the World University Rankings 2023, OP Jindal Global University is the highest ranked private university for the third year in a row. A total of 41 Indian universities have been included in the ranking, with 12 improving, 12 remaining steady, 10 declining, and seven new additions. According to the rankings, 13 Indian colleges have outperformed their foreign counterparts in terms of research impact.
Overall, the United States has the biggest number of universities ranked in the QS 2023 report, with 201, followed by the United Kingdom with 90, and China with 71.