NIRF Ranking 2018: Check the complete list here

NIRF ranking 2018: This year, rankings will be announced under nine categories – Overall, Universities, Engineering, Colleges, Management, Pharmacy, Medical, Architecture, and Law.

NIRF ranking 2018, NIRF 2018, NIRF India Ranking, NIRF Ranking Engineering NIRF Ranking 2018: Every year, colleges and universities in the country are ranked according to a set criteria for different fields and courses.

The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) India Rankings 2018 will be released today, on April 3, by Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar. Every year, colleges and universities in the country are ranked according to a set criteria for different fields and courses. This year, rankings will be announced under nine categories – Overall, Universities, Engineering, Colleges, Management, Pharmacy, Medical, Architecture, and Law. The ranking is done on the basis of teaching, learning and resources, research and professional practices, graduation outcomes, outreach and inclusivity, and perception.

Three new categories introduced by the Ministry this year includes architecture, medical and law backgrounds. In ‘India Rankings 2017’, a total of 2995 educational institutions — both public and private —participated which was less than last year’s number (3,563). Last year, IISc Bangalore received the top university as well as overall best institute award.

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  1. 4:35PM
    05 Apr, 18

    Check top 25 universities in India

    https://indianexpress.com/article/education/top-25-universities-in-india-nirf-ranking-2018-nirfindia-org-5121991/

  2. 5:16PM
    03 Apr, 18

    Using the same broad parameters, NIRF has added several new criteria such as total budget and its utilisation, combined metric for quality of publications, university examinations and  how many graduating students admitted into top institutions.

  3. 5:10PM
    03 Apr, 18

    Overall IISc, second time in a row, has been adjudged the best higher educational institute followed by IIT Madras and IIT Bombay.

  4. 5:06PM
    03 Apr, 18

    Under the law category, NLU Bangalore is number 1 followed by NLU Delhi  and NLUSAR. 

  5. 4:53PM
    03 Apr, 18

    In the architecture category, IIT Kharagpur is at top position while IIT Roorkee and SPA Delhi at number 2 and 3.

  6. 4:33PM
    03 Apr, 18

    The rankings are released by the Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Prakash Javadekar today. Top 3 medical institutions which made it to the list are AIIMS, Delhi, PGIMER and Christian Medical College.

  7. 4:30PM
    03 Apr, 18

    This year, the government has come out with nine categories  – adding law, architecture and medical in the existing list of universities, engineering colleges, pharmacy and best colleges. In NIRF, to promote research and development in the higher education, ‘Research and Professional Practices’ has been given the highest weightage of 40 per cent for ranking universities.

  8. 4:26PM
    03 Apr, 18

    Among colleges, Delhi University’s Miranda House too has retained its first position while St Stephen’s is at number 2. The third position is bagged by Bishop Heber College.

  9. 4:08PM
    03 Apr, 18

    List of top pharmacy institutes announced. NIPER, Mohali that has obtained rank 1 is followed by Jamia Hamdard, Delhi and Panjab University.

  10. 4:00PM
    03 Apr, 18

    IIM Ahmedabad has been ranked as the best management institute. IIM Bangalore and IIM Calcutta have obtained the second and third rank, respectively.

  11. 3:55PM
    03 Apr, 18

    The top 3 engineering  institutes which figure in the list are IIT Madras, IIT Bombay and IIT Calcutta. 

  12. 3:43PM
    03 Apr, 18

    Names of top 3 institutions (university category) announced. IISc Bangalore tops the list followed by JNU and BHU.

  13. 3:32PM
    03 Apr, 18

    Higher Education secretary, R Subrahmanyan, warns public institutions.