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The Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) subject ranking ranks institution on the basis of individual programmes offered by them. The 13th edition of the list ranked the universities across the world in five broader areas – Engineering and Technology, Arts and Humanities, Life Sciences and Medicine, Natural Science and Social Sciences and Management.
India has improved its ranking with 44 programmes offered by higher education institutions here in different disciplines being ranked in the top 100 global list of "QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023" released on Wednesday.
The Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi (IIT-Delhi) has found a spot in the top 50 institutions for Engineering. It has secured a ranking of 48, that is up by seven places from last year.
The Mathematics programme of IIT-Bombay clinched 92nd spot, while IIT-Madras secured 98th spot for the same, up by 50 places from last year.