By | 10 Nov 2022 at 10:04 AM
QS World University Rankings: DU, JNU, Jamia slip; IIT Delhi up by 11 places

Seven Indian institutions have been named to the world-renowned QS Asia University Rankings 2023 list of the Top 100 Institutes in Asia. There are five IITs, IISc Bangalore, and Delhi University among the seven Indian institutions. This year, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay improved its ranking. The IT behemoth, which was ranked 42nd in 2022, has now dropped to 40th place. IIT Bombay ranks first among Indian institutes.

IIT Delhi was ranked 46th out of 760 Asian universities, up from 45th the previous year. Indian Institute of Science (IISc) is ranked 52nd this year, up from 56th the previous year. IIT Madras has also risen in the rankings. This time it is ranked 53rd. IIT Kharagpur is ranked 61st, IIT Kanpur is ranked 66th, and Delhi University is ranked 85th.

These are Asia’s top institutes

China’s Peking University is at the top of this list. National University of Singapore came in second, with Tsinghua University of China coming in third.

Asia’s best institutes, ranks and scores in QS Ranking

Peking University, Score – 100, Rank – 1
National University of Singapore – 97.4, Rank 2
Tsinghua University, Score – 97.3, Rank – 3
The University of Hong Kong – 96.8, Rank-4
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore – 96.7, Rank – 5

India’s institutes, ranks and scores in the ranking

IIT Bombay – Score 68.7, Rank 40
IIT Delhi, Score 64.9, Rank 46
IISc Bengaluru, Score 59.4, Rank 52
IIT Madras – Score 59, Rank 53
IIT Kharagpur – Score 55.4, Rank 61
IIT Kanpur, Score 52.4, Rank 66
Delhi University, Score 47.1, Rank 85
IIT Roorkee, Score 40.3, Rank 114
JNU, ​​Delhi, Score 38.8, Rank 119
IIT Guwahati, Score 37.8, Rank 124