The latest Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings (WUR) by Subject 2019 saw 89 Indian departments being ranked among global top-200 list.
The Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay was listed among the top 100 institutions in engineering and technology and art and design (51-100) category in the latest subject-wise QS rankings.
Other Indian institutions in the list includes IIT-Delhi, IIT-Madras, IIT-Kharagpur, Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University and the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
Academic ranking agency Quacquarelli Symonds released the global ranking list of universities on Thursday. The list was prepared for 48 subjects in various disciplines such as art, design, engineering.
89 Indian departments among global top-200 list
The latest QS World University Rankings (WUR) by Subject 2019 which ranks departments of universities across various subject categories saw 89 Indian departments at Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru, Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and University of Delhi (DU), among others being ranked among global top-200 list.
Source: Indian Express
IIT Bombay was listed as the top-ranked Indian institution in the engineering and technology category at 53, while IIT-Delhi and IIT-Madras were ranked at 61st and 95th positions respectively.
As per the list, IIT-Bombay and IIT-Delhi are also included in the list for best global institutions for civil and structural engineering under the 51 -100 bracket.
The two institutes also featured among the top 100 rank list in computer science and information systems. In the chemical engineering rank list, IIT Bombay and IISc in Bangalore fall under the 51-100 bracket. Moreover, IIT-Bombay, IIT-Delhi and IIT-Madras are featured among the top 100 in mechanical engineering.
While IIT-Bombay and IIT Kharagpur stand at 38th and 47th position in mineral and mining engineering, IIM Bengaluru falls under the top 100 places for business and management studies.
Overall, US-based institutions dominated the list with 28 first ranks, followed by institutes in the UK topping in 13 disciplines.