On 7th June, Indian President Ram Nath Kovind said India’s position has risen in QS ranking from 29 in 2021 to 35 in 2022. He also noted that, similar to it, the Bengaluru-based Indian Institute of Science (IISc) scored 100 on the research parameter and joined the league of elite global institutions.
The QS world university ranking’s 2023 edition will be released on Thursday, i.e., on 9th June. At the same time, speaking at the inauguration of the two-day Visitor’s Conference of vice-chancellors, central universities, and all the institution’s directors of national importance. Adding to it, Kovind said enhancing the quality of the education of the universities for higher learning is essential to achieve the larger aims in the education sector.
The Indian universities have been set a benchmark in the world, and six institutions have been ranked in the top 300 institutions.