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IISc In 35thPlace-Says Global Employability Survey

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Global Survey Says IISc Is In 35th Place
The Global Employability Survey, 2012 revealed that India's premier institute 'Indian Institute Of Science, Bangalore' has been declared the 35th rank in the world.

The IISc had got 134th Position in the previous year, 2011. The survey was conducted between the months of May and June, having over 2500 respondents from 20 countries including recruiters. It also factored in data gathered from a large number of companies.

The survey had examined the ideal qualities of a young graduate and the qualities required for long term employment and analysed the universities which produce the world's best graduates.

About IISc : The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) was conceived as a ´Research Institute´ or ´University of Research´ by Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, in the final years of the 19th century. A long period of almost thirteen years was to elapse from the initial conception in 1896 to the birth of the institute on May 27, 1909. The early history of the Institute is a fascinating chapter in the story of higher education and scientific research in India.

The Institute began with only two departments namely General and Applied Chemistry and Electro-Technology. The Departments of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry were among the earliest to be established. The Physics department came into being in 1933, when C.V. Raman became the first Indian Director of the Institute. In the century that has passed since its inception, IISc has grown to become India´s premier centre for research and postgraduate education in science and engineering. The evolution of the Institute over the past one hundred years has mirrored the development of science and technology in India

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