3 Telangana institutions better own NIRF ranking, Osmania University slips
| Wednesday | 4th April, 2018
In the pharmacy category, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Hyderabad bagged 6th rank with score of 67.68 — a rank lower than last year.
HYDERABAD: In a marked improvement over last year, three institutions from Telangana bagged a higher spot on the National Institutional Ranking Framework’s ( NIRF ) overall top 100 list, released on Tuesday.
The National Institute of Technology Warangal ) too raced ahead to the 78th position, from last year’s 82.While the 100-year-old Osmania University too featured on this coveted list, its ranking slipped from 38 to 45 this time around.
While the University of Hyderabad (UoH) jumped to the fifth place from the seventh place it secured in 2017, the Indian Institute of Technology (Hyderabad) went a notch higher to the ninth rank (as against last year’s 10th).
The credit also goes to students who are at the forefront of research and development and are bringing laurels to the institute.” The institutes’s score stood at 60.87.In the management category, ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education was a new entry this year as it featured on the 22nd spot with a score of 51.16.
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