The QS World University Rankings for 2016 are out and the list reveals names of deserving educational institutes throughout the world. QS has come up with the list after scanning 920 institutes across the globe. QS has been publishing such lists annually since 2011.
The rankings are based on academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact of a concerned institute. IISc Bangalore grabs 33rd rank among top 50 institutes of Asia.
IISc Bangalore does it again!
IISc Bangalore, which was on the 34th rank last year, has secured 33rd rank among the best 50 universities in Asia. According to the QS Ranking Organization, IISc Bangalore deserves the ranking since the institute has been consistently outstanding in the field of research and its faculty have been penning excellent research papers for years now.
It is a proud moment for the entire nation not only because IISc Bangalore tops the chart of the best institutes in India but also because 23 such institutes of India have been featured among 350 best universities in the world, placing India on the 5th position.
About IISc Bangalore
One of the great visionaries of India, J.N. Tata started Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in the year 1909. Since the time of its inception, IISc has constantly been proving its efficiency through its pursuit of excellence in higher learning. The prestigious institute is a home to more than 2000 active researchers who have been actively involved in almost all areas of science and technology that have scope for abundant research and development.
Being one of the oldest and finest science institutes in India, IISc Bangalore has always been the frontrunner in the world of academics, imparting education par excellence.
QS or Quacquarelli Symonds is a British company specialized in education and study abroad. The company was established in 1990 by Nunzio Quacquarelli. The QS rankings are decided based on the reviews collected from 33,744 scholars and academics as well as 16,785 recruiters.