India has gained ground in the largest-ever QS World University Rankings by Subject, with 66 Indian universities cumulatively achieving 355 entries: a 18.7% increase compared to last year (299).
India is the second most represented country in Asia for number of ranked universities (66), after China (Mainland) (99).
The most represented Indian universities in this edition of the rankings are the University of Delhi (27 entries), IIT Bombay (25 entries) and IIT Kharagpur (23 entries).
India’s highest-ranked university is Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences for Dentistry (13 th globally, up 5 places); the only Indian university to achieve perfect score (100/100) in both Citations per Paper and H Index (a way of measuring both the productivity and impact of the published work of a scientist or scholar).
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