NEW DELHI: Finally there is some good news for premier Indian higher education institutes. After tanking at the Times World University Rankings, three IITs and Delhi University have made it to the top 200 in QS World Graduate Employability Rankings. This year QS World University Rankings: Graduate Employability included 758 institutions in their revaluation, comprising a 15% increase in the number of institutions on last year’s edition.
Ranked in the 111-120 range, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay is among the top 24% in the 2020 QS Graduate Employability Rankings with score 54-55.1/100.
Other Indian institutes which found their positions in top 200 include IIT Delhi, IIT Madras and Delhi University.
IIT Kharagpur, BITS Pilani, University of Mumbai, IISc Bangalore, IIT Kanpur and University of Calcutta have also been ranked (in 201-500 range) in this edition of QS World Graduate Employability Rankings.
Overall, three US universities secured top positions; MIT, Stanford University, and UCLA