The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2021 positioned the country’s best management institutes on a few boundaries like instructing, learning, assets, research work, proficient practice, graduation results, effort, and inclusivity. This year, 6 IIMs came to the main 10 positions. IIM Ahmedabad snatched rank 1. NIRF, however the foundation has likewise gotten the best position among Indian colleges at the QS World University Rankings 2022. It was set at rank 46 in the rankings.
IIM Bangalore has secured second place in the NIRF 2021. Founded in 1973, the institute admits students for its prestigious MBA entrance through Common Admission Test (CAT), just like other IIMs. IIMB is also the second-best management institute in India as per the QS World University Rankings 2022 where it was placed at rank 50.
Located in Joka, Kolkata, IIM Calcutta was established in November 1961. It has been placed in the third position at the NIRF 2021. The as its new director. Prof Sarkar is an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur.
IIM Kozhikode, which has been placed in the fourth position, was established in 1996 and is located in Calicut, Kerala. Spread over about 112.5 acres of land, the institute offers a variety of postgraduate and executive programmes in the field of management.
IIT Delhi has been placed at rank 5. Established in 1961 as College of Engineering, it was later declared as an Institution of National Importance (INI) under the Institutes of Technology (Amendment) Act, 1963, and was thereafter renamed as IIT Delhi.
IIM Indore, which secured the rank 6 in the NIRF 2021 was established in 1996. Not only does the institute offer a two-year MBA, but its Post Graduate Programme (PGP) in Management is also a two-year, full-time, residential programme that is recognised by the Association of Indian Universities.
IIM Lucknow was the fourth IIM to be established in the country after IIM Calcutta, IIM Ahmedabad, and IIM Bangalore. In 2005, the institute set up a satellite campus exclusively for its executive courses at Noida.
Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI) Jamshedpur, also known as Xavier Institute of Management was founded in 1949 by Fr Quinn Enright, thus making it one of the oldest management schools in India. It also has other campuses including one in Delhi-NCR.
IIT Kharagpur has secured the 6th position in the NIRF 2021. The institute was established in August 1951 with 224 students, 42 teachers, and 10 departments. Now, there are about 40 academic units, 11,500 students, and 650 faculty members, as per the institute’s official website.
Set up in 1958, IIT Bombay is one of the most preferred technology institutes in India, however, it has made its name in the field of management as well. The institute has been placed in the 10th spot in the NIRF 2021.