The Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Friday released the National Institute Ranking Framework (NIRF) India Rankings 2022.
The NIRF rankings were released in 11 categories, including Overall, Universities, Engineering, Colleges, Management, Law, Architecture, Pharmacy, Medical, Dental, and Research. Institutions were ranked based on five criteria: Teaching Learning and Resources, Research and Professional Practice, Graduation Outcome, Outreach and Inclusivity, and Perception.
In terms of colleges, Delhi University’s Miranda House Colleges has continued to hold on the top spot on the List of Top 10 Colleges of India.
The 2nd and 3rd Spot on the List is secured by Hindu College from Delhi and Presidency College, Bengaluru, Karnataka. In total over 200 colleges were assessed on different parameters to arrive at the Top Colleges in India List.
The NIRF rankings were released in 11 categories, including Overall, Universities, Engineering, Colleges, Management, Law, Architecture, Pharmacy, Medical, Dental, and Research.
Here are the overall ranks:
IIT Madras – 1
IISc Bangalore – 2
IIT Bombay – 3
IIT Delhi – 4
IIT Kanpur – 5
IIT Kharagpur – 6
IIT Roorkee – 7
IIT Guwahati – 8
AIIMS New Delhi – 9
JNU, New Delhi – 10
Here are the best colleges of 2022:
1- Miranda House
2- Hindu College
3- Presidency College, Chennai
4- Loyala College, Chennai
6- PSGR Krishnammal College for Women, Coimbatore
7- Atmaram Sanatan Dharm College
8- St Xavier’s College, Kolkata
9- Ramakrishna Mission, Howrah
10- Kirori Mal College, New Delhi
Among the universities, IISc Bengaluru is followed by JNU at second spot and Jamia Millia Islamia at the third position.
Jamia Hamdard is the best pharmacy school in the country. The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research in Hyderabad is ranked second, and Punjab University in Chandigarh is placed third.
Five of the top 10 colleges in the category are from Delhi, with Miranda House atop the list. Hindu College is ranked second, with Presidency College in Chennai ranking third.
To evaluate colleges and universities, the NIRF assigns a 30% weightage to teaching, learning, and resources, as well as research and professional practise, out of a total weightage of 100%. While graduation results have been given a 20% weightage, outreach, inclusion, and perception have each been given a 10% weightage.