NIRF Rankings Announced by Edu Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, IIT Madras, IIMA retain 1st position

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New Delhi, 16 July 2022: The Union Education Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan released the list of NIRF rankings of the academic institutions in India on 15 July in New Delhi.

The event began with the introductory remarks of the chairman of NBA Dr. KK Aggarwal. Followed by the speech of the secretary of higher education, K Sanjaymurthy. They talked about the vision and goals for the next 25 years which would be to give importance to ranking and accreditation, based on quality and development. He emphasised data simplification, wherein a one data one platform technology will be implemented which will make the technical process simple and reduce the documentation procedure which in turn will make it easier for all of us to participate.

In his address, the education Minister said, “The rankings of the Institutions itself reflects the unbiased and objective qualitative assessment of ranking by the NIRF.” He also laid an emphasis on how academics shouldn’t be converted into business and instead educational institutions should focus on access to education for everybody and affordability.

The rankings were decided after assessing their performance on a number of criteria, such as learning and resources, research and professional practice, outreach and inclusivity, graduation outcome, and perception is taken into account when determining their final ranking, he added.

At the event, the Indian academic institutions were given rankings in different categories. In the overall category, the NIRF ranked IIT Madras first, IIS Bangalore topped the top 10 institutions in India. When it came to engineering colleges, it was IIT Madras again which topped the list.

For management, the first place was backed by the Indian Institution of Management Ahmedabad. The Jamia hamda in New Delhi ranked number 1 in pharmacy. The Miranda House in New Delhi topped the top 10 colleges in India. IIT Rokree topped the architecture category. In the category of law Universities, NLSIU, Bengaluru stood number 1. In medical colleges The All India Institute of Medical Science, Delhi topped. Indian Institution of Science situated in Bengaluru stands number 1 in research.

The event ended with a vote of thanks. Di gnitaries present at the event included Professor Jagdish Kumar, Chairman of UGC, Anita karwal Secretary of School Education. Anil Desai Chairman of All India Council for Technical Education, Dr Nirmal Singh, kalshiji Chairman of NCDT and Dinesh kapalangi director of NCERT among others.

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