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New Delhi, March 4 : In the 11th edition of QS World University Rankings by subject released by global higher education consultancy QS Quacquarelli Symonds, 12 leading Indian universities and higher education institutions have achieved top-100 positions in their subjects.
In total, 25 Indian programmes feature in the top 100 bracket, one fewer than 2020.
Twelve Indian institutions have made it to the top 100 of the world – IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Madras, IIT Kharagpur, IISC Bangalore, IIT Guwahati, IIM Bangalore, IIM Ahmedabad, JNU, Anna University, University of Delhi and O.P Jindal University.
The 2021 instalment of QS’s global university performance comparison offers independent data on the performance of 253 programmes at 52 Indian higher education institutions across 51 academic disciplines. QS also found that two institutes of eminence achieved top 50 ranks for mineral and mining engineering: IIT Bombay (41st, no change) and IIT Kharagpur (44th, up two places).
These, along with IIT Madras’ 30th place rank for petroleum engineering, are the highest ranks achieved by the public institutes of eminence across this year’s subject rankings.
IISc Bangalore retains top 100 rank for materials science (78th) and chemistry (93rd). IIT Delhi is ranked in 13 subject tables. It achieved top 100 rank in electrical and electronic engineering (54th, down from 49th in 2020), computer science (70th), and mechanical engineering (79th).

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