Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has announced the seventh edition of the National Institutional Ranking Framework ( NIRF 2022).
NIRF Ranking 2022 list has total 11 categories like Engineering, Medical, Management, Law etc under which educational institutions have been ranked. Last year, a new category ‘Research Institute’ was introduced in these.
This time a total of 7,254 institutes participated in the NIRF ranking and IIT Madras has topped it.
These are the top ranking IITs and Pharmacy institutes
IIT Madras has once again topped the overall category rankings.
This ranking is as follows- First place IIT Madras, second place IISc Bangalore, third place IIT Bangalore, fourth place IIT Delhi, fifth place IIT Kanpur , sixth place IIT Roorkee, seventh place IIT Guwahati, eighth place AIIMS New Delhi and ninth place JNU.
Delhi’s Jamia Hamdard tops the list of Pharmacy institutes and NIPER Hyderabad at second place.
IISc Best University and IIT Roorkee Top Architectural Institute
IISc Bangalore has got the first position in the list of best university.
Second place is JNU, third place Jamia Millia Islamia, fourth place Jadavpur University, fifth place Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, sixth place BHU, seventh place Manipal Higher Education Academy, eighth place Calcutta University, ninth place VIT and 10th place is Hyderabad University.
The Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee has secured the first position among the architectural institutes and the second position has been secured by the National Institute of Technology Calicut, Kerala.
Miranda College scored a hat-trick, topped for the third consecutive year
Miranda House has scored a hat-trick by securing the first position in the list of best colleges in the country.
In this, the Hindu College of Delhi University was also in second place.
Presidency College, Chennai at 3rd place, Loyala College, Chennai at 4th, Lady Shri Ram College, 5th, PSGR Krishnammal College for Women, Coimbatore at 6th, Atmaram Sanatan Dharma College at 7th, St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata at 9th Ramakrishna Mission, Howrah and 10th was Kirori Mal College, New Delhi.