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QS India University Rankings 2020: Here are the top ten universities in India

Updated : 2019-10-23 15:03:20

IITs, led by the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, dominated the QS India University Ranking 2020. While IITs secured seven of the top ten positions, the remaining spots were held by IISC, Bengaluru, University of Delhi and the University of Hyderabad.

10: IIT Guwahati: The university was ranked tenth in the QS report. This was the sixth Indian Institute of Technology established in India. The history of IIT Guwahati traces its roots to the 1985 Assam Accord signed between the All Assam Students Union and the Government of India, which mentions the general improvement in education facilities in Assam and specifically the setting up of an IIT. (Image/Caption: Facebook, IIT Guwahati)
10: IIT Guwahati: The university was ranked tenth in the QS report. This was the sixth Indian Institute of Technology established in India. The history of IIT Guwahati traces its roots to the 1985 Assam Accord signed between the All Assam Students Union and the Government of India, which mentions the general improvement in education facilities in Assam and specifically the setting up of an IIT. (Image/Caption: Facebook, IIT Guwahati)
9: IIT Roorkee: The Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IIT-R) is ranked ninth in the report. The college was established in 1857 in British India by the then lieutenant governor, Sir James Thomason. It was formerly called Thomason College of Civil Engineering. It was converted to an IIT in 2001. (Image: Facebook/IIT Roorkee)
9: IIT Roorkee: The Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IIT-R) is ranked ninth in the report. The college was established in 1857 in British India by the then lieutenant governor, Sir James Thomason. It was formerly called Thomason College of Civil Engineering. It was converted to an IIT in 2001. (Image: Facebook/IIT Roorkee)
8:  University of Hyderabad: The university was founded in 1974 and is located in Hyderabad. In January 2015, the University of Hyderabad received the Visitor's Award for the Best Central University in India. (Image: UOH, Facebook page)
8:  University of Hyderabad: The university was founded in 1974 and is located in Hyderabad. In January 2015, the University of Hyderabad received the Visitor's Award for the Best Central University in India. (Image: UOH, Facebook page)
7: Delhi University: Delhi University, according to QS, stands at the seventh position. The university was established in 1922 by an Act of the Central Legislative Assembly and has 77 affiliated colleges and five other institutes.  (Image: University of Delhi/Facebook)
7: Delhi University: Delhi University, according to QS, stands at the seventh position. The university was established in 1922 by an Act of the Central Legislative Assembly and has 77 affiliated colleges and five other institutes.  (Image: University of Delhi/Facebook)
6: IIT Kanpur: The Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur,  is ranked number sixth in the report. The college was established in 1960 and was one of the first IITs. The institute was created with the assistance of a consortium of nine US research universities as part of the Kanpur Indo-American Programme. (Image: Facebook/IIT Kanpur)
6: IIT Kanpur: The Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur,  is ranked number sixth in the report. The college was established in 1960 and was one of the first IITs. The institute was created with the assistance of a consortium of nine US research universities as part of the Kanpur Indo-American Programme. (Image: Facebook/IIT Kanpur)
5: IIT Kharagpur: The Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur was established in 1951. It is ranked fifth in the QS report. The students and alumni of IIT Kharagpur are referred to as KGPians. (Image: Facebook/IIT Kharagpur)
5: IIT Kharagpur: The Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur was established in 1951. It is ranked fifth in the QS report. The students and alumni of IIT Kharagpur are referred to as KGPians. (Image: Facebook/IIT Kharagpur)
4:  IIT Madras: The Indian Institute of Technology Madras is ranked fourth in the report. The college is located in Chennai and was founded in 1959. It was the third IIT that was established by the Government of India. (Image: Facebook/ IIT Madras)
4:  IIT Madras: The Indian Institute of Technology Madras is ranked fourth in the report. The college is located in Chennai and was founded in 1959. It was the third IIT that was established by the Government of India. (Image: Facebook/ IIT Madras)
3: IIT Delhi: The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi was established in 1961. It is ranked number three in the QS report. The college has also been given the status of Institute of Eminence which gave full autonomy. (Image: Facebook/IIT Delhi)
3: IIT Delhi: The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi was established in 1961. It is ranked number three in the QS report. The college has also been given the status of Institute of Eminence which gave full autonomy. (Image: Facebook/IIT Delhi)
2: Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru: The university was ranked second in the QS World University Ranking 2020 report. IISc, located in Bengaluru, was established in 1909. The university has been on top of the NIRF rankings for three consecutive years. (Image: IISc, Facebook page)
2: Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru: The university was ranked second in the QS World University Ranking 2020 report. IISc, located in Bengaluru, was established in 1909. The university has been on top of the NIRF rankings for three consecutive years. (Image: IISc, Facebook page)
1: IIT Bombay: According to the QS World University Ranking, IIT-B is ranked number one in India. It was established in 1958. The college is known for its flagship four-year and five-year programmes for which the entry is through the Joint Entrance Examination – Advanced. (Image: Facebook/IIT Bombay)
1: IIT Bombay: According to the QS World University Ranking, IIT-B is ranked number one in India. It was established in 1958. The college is known for its flagship four-year and five-year programmes for which the entry is through the Joint Entrance Examination – Advanced. (Image: Facebook/IIT Bombay)
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