Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) demonstrated improvement as it moves up from the 35th to 34th place in the QS Asia University Rankings. The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi claimed the 41st position while IIT Madras came in at 48th. IISc Bangalore, IIT Kharagpur, University of Delhi, IIT Roorkee and IIT Guwahati also made it to the top 100 universities.
In addition, IIT Bombay demonstrated a great leap forward as it was ranked 179th in the recent QS World University Rankings, moving up by a total of 40 places. Taking into account an approximate 11, 900 universities worldwide, this makes IIT Bombay one of the top 1.0% universities in Asia.
Prof Devang Khakhar, Director of the Instituet, expressed his delight as he said “I am glad that IIT Bombay continues to rise in the rankings. This is a reflection of the excellent work being done by faculty and students of the Institute”.