NIRF Ranking 2022: Education Minister to announce India ranking on July 15

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan will release the Annual Indian Rankings – NIRF 2022 on July 15 at 11 am. The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) assesses Indian institutions on a number of parameters, including teaching-learning and resources, research and professional practice, graduate outcomes, outreach and inclusivity, and perception. Notably, Indian institutions, including IITs, have blamed foreign ranking frameworks, including THE and QS rankings, of giving high weighting to perception metrics as one of the reasons for the low ranking of Indian educational institutions internationally.

The number of colleges applying for the ranking has increased this year. A total of 7254 higher educational institutions from across India Participated in NIRF 2022, which is more than 6272 last year. The rankings are being released in 11 categories and subject domains, which include Composite, College, University, Engineering, Medical, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Law, etc.

Last year, despite the increase in the number of participants, the top spots were booked by premier institutions. For the past few years, IIT Madras and IISc have been rated as the top institutes in India. IIT Madras secured first position in the overall category Last year for the third time in a row. It has also topped the engineering category for the sixth time in a row.

IIM Ahmedabad tops in the category of Management Once again All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi occupied the top spot among medical institutions Fourth consecutive year.

Last year, the National Law School of India University, Bangalore retained its first position in law for the fourth year in a row. Jamia Hamdard topped the list for the third consecutive year in the pharmacy discipline. Miranda College retained its first position among colleges for the fifth year in a row.

NIRF was introduced in 2015 with the aim of taking pride in the nationalized ranking standards for higher education institutions in the country. The first ranking was released mainly on the basis of subjects in four categories. The list of categories was further increased to eight in the year 2019 and NIRF also introduced a comprehensive list of institutes.

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