Thursday, October 05, 2006

IIT among world's 100 best universities

The Indian Institute of Technology has joined the premier league of best universities in the world. According to the rankings compiled by the Times Higher Education Supplement , published on Thursday, India’s premier science and technology education centre is ranked No.57 in the global list.

American and British universities comprised nearly half of the top 100 universities in the world.

United States led the way with 33 universities in the top 100, while Britain ranked second with 15. Australia and the Netherlands were next with seven each, while Switzerland and France followed with five. Hong Kong, Japan, Canada and Germany each had three to their credit.

China and India, the world's two most populous countries, had two apiece, along with Singapore, New Zealand and Belgium. Denmark, South Korea, Mexico, Ireland, Austria and Russia all had one university in the top 100. More>>

1) Harvard University (United States)
2) University of Cambridge (Britain)
3) University of Oxford (Britain)
4) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (United States)
4) Yale University (United States)
6) Stanford University (United States)
7) California Institute of Technology (United States)
8) University of California at Berkeley (United States)
9) Imperial College London (Britain)
10) Princeton University (United States)
11) University of Chicago (United States)
12) Columbia University (United States)
13) Duke University (United States)
14) Beijing University (China)
15) Cornell University (United States)
16) Australian National University (Australia)
17) London School of Economics (Britain)
18) Ecole Normale Superieure (France)
19) National University of Singapore (Singapore)
19) University of Tokyo (Japan)
21) McGill University (Canada)
22) University of Melbourne (Australia)
23) Johns Hopkins University (United States)
24) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland)
25) University College London (United Kingdom)
33) University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
46) University of Auckland (New Zealand)
54) University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
57) Indian Institute of Technology (India)
58) Universitaet Heidelberg (Germany)
63) Seoul National University (South Korea)
67) Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands)
74) University Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (Mexico)
76) Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium)
78) Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)
87) University of Vienna (Austria)
93) Moscow State University (Russia)


camelpost said...

Great that an Institution from India made it to the top 100. But the problem is which IIT? We have IIT Delhi, Kanpur, Roorkee, Guwahati, Karagpur, Chennai and Mumbai. All IITs put together made it cannot be right. Everyone knows in India at least that all IITs are not equal. The Times survey must make this clear. Possibly they had no clue that there were so many IITs in India. Wonder if Times survey had heard of other institution in India like BITS Pilani. Did the Times Survey take into account Alumni activities? Times survey seems to be no greater than surveys by Coffee Table Indian Mgazines such as India Today. After all ignorance is bliss

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