World University Rankings 2022: The Times Higher Education (THE) announced on September 2 the results of the Times World University Rankings 2022 with Britain’s Oxford University leading the way in the global search for a Covid-19 vaccine, conserving the first place for the sixth consecutive year Impressive. The table display a record number of 1,662 universities from 99 countries and regions with Azerbaijan, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Fiji and Palestine represented for the first time.
The Indian Institute of Sciences (IISc), Bangalore, is the topmost ranked Indian institution and has maintained its position in the 301-350 range for the third year in a row. As a the outcome is, India is home to 35 of the world’s highest 1000 universities, the second highest total in the ranking (36 in the 2020 World University Rankings). IIT Ropar is ranked at the top of the 351-400 category, while IIT Indore is in the 401-450 category.
India is seeing some impressive debuts with JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research listed in the world’s top 400 universities (351-400), Alagappa University (501-600) debuts in the world’s top 600, and the International Institute Information Technology (IIIT). ), Hyderabad (601-800) among the top 800 universities in the world. Three colleges debuted in the 801-1000 range.
Phil Baty, Chief knowledge officer,THE, said: “The world’s elite universities have long enjoyed a period of dominance at the top of the table with the help of their historic reputation, global standing, and reliable revenue. But our data shows us that clearly changes are taking place in higher education around the world. We are witnessing a clear disruption of the standards set in mainland China, record levels for Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong show that Asia continues to benefit from the goal and investment in higher education across the continent. “