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National Institute Ranking Framework

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National Institute Ranking Framework   was approved and launched by Ministry of HRD , Govt. of India  on 29th September 2015.

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This framework outlines  a methodology  to measure performance and rank institutions of higher education across the country. The methodology draws from the overall recommendation laid down by the Ministry of HRD , to identify the broad parameters for ranking various Institutions and universities.

National Institute Ranking Framework has ranked institutions in India for last three years in 2016, 2017 and 2018. This is the fourth consecutive edition of Indian ranking of Indian Institutions in India.

Unlike  other  rankings in popular media , National Institute Ranking Framework  ranking deploy objective criteria and metrics from third parties sources as well as from institutions themselves. Several Improvements were effected on Data collection formats, metrics and comparison methodology used for Indian Rankings over the years.

The Indian Ranking 2019 continues with the  consolidation  process  building upon existing National Institute Ranking Framework parameters, experience gained over the last three years and feedback from stakeholders to establish effective benchmarks to access performance of the Indian academic  institutions in the higher education space.

The practice of pre-registration of National Institute Ranking Framework rankings and inviting new institutions for ranking through an open advertisement continued this year also. A total of  3127 unique institutions responded  and offered themselves for ranking under “overall” Category specific or Domain – specific ranking. In all , 4867 applications for ranking were made by these 3127 unique applicant institutions under various category/domains.

The  Indian ranking has successfully instilled  the culture of  collection, compilation and curation of data required for ranking of institutions who are now carefully maintaining data  pertaining to their to their faculty, students, placement, infrastructure ,expenditure on library and laboratories ,etc.

This culture is important for institutions themselves since analysis of data provides the big picture of trends and patterns that can be used for evaluating and streamlining processes, creating  efficiencies and improving overall student experiences. While at institutional level, the data and its analytics can help in assessing institutes themselves against benchmarks, at the national level, the data can serve as a base for analyses of the status of higher education institutions in the country.

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It may further be noted that all data for ranked institutions is painstakingly verified, inconsistencies, contradictions and outliers are screened and identified. This requires lot of diligence, patience and tactful handling of institutions who might with direct and blunt questions on validity of data.

With continuing improvement in reliability of data from institutions, it would be possible for NIRF team to concentrate on refining existing ranking parameters and metrics and pursuit for additional parameters that can be deployed for ranking and institutions. Moreover, it would also be possible to bring –in larger – number of institutions into the ambit of rankings with an ultimate goal of ranking every deserving institution.

Disciplines – Wise methodology  for Indian Rankings.

In 2019,  A common overall ranking was introduced for institutions that have minimum  of 1000 students from the year 2017 onwards  in addition to the category- specific  rankings so as to provide a common view of comparable institutions across categories and disciplines.

It is important that the credibility that the Indian institutions have earned is maintained with careful attention in details. As a matter of practice 100 institutions are ranked in Overall , University and colleges  categories whereas ranking is kept restricted to only 15 to 75 institutions in all domain specific rankings (Architecture , Pharmacy, law, Management, engineering  and Medical) because of reliability of data.

There are total Nine rankings – Overall Category(1),  Category specific rankings(2,   University and colleges) and Domain specific category (6).

The institutions are according to the disciplines they are specializing in. The disciplines on which the institutions are ranked are given below.

a) Overall   b) Universities  c) Colleges  d)  Pharmacy  e) Engineering                          f) Architecture   g) Law  h)  Medical  I) Management

In 2020 , the number of institutes ranked in Overall  are 1479, Colleges 1304, engineering 970, Management 555, Pharmacy 301, Architecture 65, Medical 113, and Law 80.

The  NIRF  Parameters of Ranking. 

The NIRF provides 16 to 18 parameters organized in  five broad generic groups of parameters for the final ranking. Some of these parameters are common to those employed globally and serve as pointers to ambience for teaching , learning and  research.

  • Teaching , Learning and  Resources(TLR): These parameters are related to core activities of and place of learning.
  1. Student strength including doctoral parameters.
  2. Faculty-student ratio with emphasis on permanent faculty.
  3. Combined metric for faculty with PHD, and experience.
  4. Financial institutions and their.
  • Research and professional Learning(RP) : Excellence in teaching and learning  is closely associated with the scholarship.
  1. Combined metric for publication
  2. Combined metrics for quality of publication
  3. IPR and Patents- Published and granted.
  4. Footprints of project and professional practice.
  • Graduation Outcome(GO): This parameter forms the ultimate test of the effectiveness of the core teaching and learning.
  1. a) Metric for university examination
  2. b) Metric for number of Phd students graduated.
  • Outreach and inclusivity(OI): The ranking framework lay special emphasis on the representation of women.
  1. Percentage of students from other states and countries
  2. Percentage of women
  3. Economically and socially challenged students
  4. Facilities for physically challenged
  5. Perception ranking.
  • Perception(PR): The ranking methodology gives significant emphasis to the perception of the institutions.
  1. Academic peer and employees.

Each of these parameters is given weightage  from 100 and then the institutions are ranked by that weightage.

 NIRF ranking of  Institutes on India in Overall

Name  of Institute State Rank
Indian institute of technology, Madras , Chennai Tamil Nadu 1
Indian Institute of science, bangalore Karnataka 2
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Delhi 3
Indian Institute of technology, Mumbai Maharashtra 4
Indian Institute of technology, Kharagpur West Bengal 5
Indian institute of technology, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh 6
Jawaharlal university, New Delhi Delhi 7
Indian Institute of technology, Roorkee Uttarakhand 8
Indian Institute of technology, Guwahati Assam 9
Bharat Hindu university, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh 10
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

Five NIRF parameters of top institutes in Overall.

Name of Institute Rank TLR RP GO OI PR
IIT,Madras 1 84.46 83.53 87.13 66.08 94.14
IISc, Bengaluru 2 83.16 89.24 78.57 48.47 100
IIT, Delhi 3 78.30 82.98 79.14 58.58 86.14
IIT, Mumbai 4 76.95 84.36 82.31 50.68 86.92
IIT, Kharagpur 5 67.96 76.65 86.17 60.73 78.11
IIT, Kanpur 6 71.95 69.61 69.96 50.39 75.68
Jawaharlal Nehru University,Delhi 7 76.75 41.85 99.87 75.87 55.27
IIT, Roorkee 8 67.32 65.08 87.14 61.64 43.36
IIT, Guwahati 9 76.79 56.58 73.87 60.63 46.34
BHU, Varanasi 10 69.72 46.48 96.37 57.01 47.28
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

 NIRF Ranking of top ten  Universities in India .

Universities State Rank
Indian Institute of Science,IISc,Bengaluru Karnataka 1
Jawaharlal Nehru University,Delhi Delhi 2
Bharat Hindu University, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh 3
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh 4
University of Calcutta, Kolkata West Bengal 5
Jadavpur University,Kolkata West Bengal 6
Anna University,Chennai Tamil Nadu 7
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham,Coimbatore Tamil Nadu 8
Manipal Academy of higher education,Manipal Karnataka 9
Savitri bai, pune university,pune Maharashtra 10
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

The NIRF Parameters

Name of the Institute  

Rank

TLR RP GO OI PR
IISC, bangalore 1 83.16 89.24 78.57 48.47 100
JNU,Delhi 2 76.75 41.85 99.87 75.87 55.27
BHU,Varanasi 3 69.72 46.48 96.37 57.01 47.28
University of Hyderabad,hyderabad 4 74.81 43.78 83.64 58.77 36.71
University of Calcutta,Kolkata 5 62.26 47.10 91.54 60.14 37.39
Jadavpur University, Kolkata 6 77.91 38.31 69.71 66.70 30.21
Anna University, Chennai 7 69.26 44.42 86.04 54.34 16.65
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore 8 73.03 43.77 70.28 70.23 31.01
Manipal academy of higher education, Manipal 9 77.91 38.31 69.71 66.78 30.21
Savitribai Phule,Pune University,Pune 10 69.26 44.42 86.04 54.34 16.55
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

NIRF Ranking of  top ten management institutes  in India

Management institute State Rank
IIM Bangalore Karnataka 1
IIM Ahmedabad Gujrat 2
IIM Calcutta West Bengal 3
IIM Lucknow Uttar Pradesh 4
IIM Indore Madhya Pradesh 5
IIT,Kharagpur West Bengal 6
XLRI,Jamshedpur Jharkhand 7
IIM,Kozhikode Kerala 8
IIT,Delhi Delhi 9
IIT Bombay Mumbai Maharashtra 10
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

The NIRF Parameters score

 

Management Institute

Rank TLR RP GO OI PR
IIM Bangalore 1 92.85 55.03 98.35 73.09 100
IM Ahmedabad 2 90.74 57.76 98.10 68.12 96.32
IIM Calcutta 3 90.14 57.16 96.02 71.52 94.02
IIM Lucknow 4 85.37 34.53 93.01 57.55 69.57
IIM Indore 5 83.11 37.44 93.21 70.21 51.93
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

NIRF Ranking of Top Ten colleges in Engineering.

Engineering Institute State Rank
IIT Madras, Chennai Tamil Nadu 1
IIT Delhi Delhi 2
IIT Bombay,Mumbai Maharashtra 3
IIT Kharagpur West Bengal 4
IIT Kanpur Uttar Pradesh 5
IIT Roorkee Uttarakhand 6
IIT Guwahati Assam 7
IIT Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh 8
Anna University,Chennai Tamil Nadu 9
National Institute of Technology,Tiruchirappalli Kerala 10
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

NIRF  Parameters score

Engineering Institute Rank TLR RP GO OI PR
IIT Madras 1 93.55 92.39 84.26 63.99 100
IIT Delhi 2 85.80 96.18 80.32 56.19 90.85
IIT Bombay 3 89.12 95.30 76.47 48.17 89.31
IIT Kharagpur 4 73.14 88.20 84.12 57.79 84.14
IIT Kanpur 5 79.07 81.79 82.56 46.31 81.35
IIT Roorkee 6 75.05 75.90 89.34 58.65 54.61
IIT Guwahati 7 82.55 63.60 78.45 58.86 54.49
IIT Hyderabad 8 78.91 49.18 71.71 56.21 55.38
Anna  University ,Chennai 9 63.17 64.13 63.24 52.66 70.13
National Institute of Technology,Tiruchirappalli 10 68.36 46.64 72.76 62.20 63.34
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

NIRF Ranking of Pharmacy institutes in India   with Parameters   score

Name of Institute Rank TLR RP GP OI PR
Jamia Hamdard,New Delhi 1 72.99 90.70 76.64 53.42 86.49
Punjab University,Chandigarh 2 71.04 88.14 72.91 71.22 86.49
National Institute of pharmaceutical education and research,Mohali 3 73.50 69.00 82.27 59.19 94.74
Institute of Chemical Technology,Mumbai 4 78.95 69.55 82.04 58.48 75.22
Birla Institute of Technology and science,Pilani 5 79.85 60.57 66.76 68.53 67.60
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

NIRF Ranking of colleges in India with Parameters score

College Name Rank TLR RP GP OI PR
Miranda House,Delhi 1 77.45 39.24 88.35 75.90 71.74
Hindu College, Delhi 2 73.74 26.63 89.78 74.77 71.46
Presidency College,Chennai 3 77.49 98.02 46.40 50.56 56.50
St Stephen’s college,Delhi 4 75.11 14.06 76.98 68.71 92.87
Lady Shri Ram college, New Delhi 5 70.51 5.19 93.81 61.55 81.24
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

NIRF Ranking of Top Medical Colleges  in India  with Parametres  score

Medical College Rank TLR RP GP OI PR
AIIMS,New Delhi 1 91.81 96.18 66.91 77.33 100
Post Graduate Institute of medical education and research,Chandigarh 2 78.60 84.47 76.99 70.74 64.87
Christian Medical college,vellore 3 81.92 49.27 75.52 65.89 92.74
Sanjay Gandhi postgraduate institute of medical science,lucknow 4 74.88 57.16 79.65 46.08 40.11
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham,Coimbatore 5 75.62 43.15 73.16 74.49 51.33
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

NIRF Ranking of Top Law colleges in India with Parameters score

Law College Rank TLR RP GP OI PR
National law school of India University,Bangalore 1 85.16 38.77 78.96 76.02 100
National Law University,New Delhi 2 92.30 52.69 66.34 73.12 75.20
Naisar University of law, Hyderabad 3 84.30 38.49 83.37 72.57 70.20
IIT,Kharagpur 4 78.37 73.22 65.42 64.60 46.57
The west Bengal national university of juridical sciences ,Kolkata. 5 73.61 35.25 68.16 69.34 66.89
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

NIRF Ranking of Top 5 Colleges in Architecture with Parameters score

College Name Rank TLR RP GP OI PR
IIT,Kharagpur 1 73.85 89.49 86.98 75.54 95.66
IIT Roorkee 2 75.40 89.24 82.48 65.01 73.18
National Institute of Technology,calicut,kozhikode 3 73.28 41.45 72.07 63.51 71.59
School of planning of technology,New Delhi 4 68.32 16.70 73.91 72.07 98.32
College of Engineering,Thiruvananthapuram 5 64.05 33.13 76.52 54.67 64.50
courtesy : https://www.nirfindia.org/

 

The National Board of Accreditation(NBA) was the primary agency that was given the overall responsibility of coordinating and executing the ranking work in consultation with the Implementation core committee, constituted by MHRD. NBA invited the applications for registration of institutions for ranking in various disciplines and the overall ranking. It coordinated with its collaborators to execute all aspects of the ranking

 

 

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