A country needs to have good education universities if it wants to develop because there can be no development and growth without imparting proper education to citizens. There are various agencies that analyze the universities on various parameters and rank them as per the results.
This helps in understanding the level of education within a country. Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) is one such ranking agency from Britain and as per its Asia University Rankings that it released on Wednesday, there are 8 Indian universities in the top 100 Asian Universities.
The top spot has been secured by National University of Singapore whereas The University of Hong Kong is ranked at the second position and there are two universities on rank 3 – Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and China’s Tsinghua University.
Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay has earned the tag of the best university of India as it was ranked 33 in Asia while it was followed by IIT- Delhi which was ranked at 40 and IIT-Madras that is on the 48th spot.
Here are the Top 10 Universities rank-wise:
National University of Singapore – Rank 1
The University of Hong Kong – Rank 2
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore – Rank 3
Tsinghua University, China – Rank 3
Peking University, China – Rank 5
Fudan University, China – Rank 6
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology – Rank 7
KAIST – Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, South Korea – Rank 8
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) – Rank 9
Seoul National University – Rank 10
Universities of India in Top 100:
IIT-Bombay – Rank 33
IIT-Delhi – Rank 40
IIT-Madras – Rank 48
IISc Bangalore – Rank 50
IIT-Kharagpur – Rank 53
IIT-Kanpur – Rank 61
Delhi University – Rank 62
IIT-Roorkee – Rank 86
It shows that we need to work more on our education system as a country like India should have more universities in top 100? Don’t you think that entry of just 8 universities in top 100 is very less?