NIRF Ranking 2022: Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan released National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) rankings on Friday and IISc Banglore topped the list in the universities category followed by JNU and Jamia Milia Islamia. Here's a list of top 10 universities, as per the seventh edition of NIRF rankings
No 10 | University of Hyderabad scored 61.71 points on NRIF's parameters.
No 9 | Vellore Institute of Technology | Known for its technical courses, especially engineering, VIT scored 61.77 points.
No 8 | Calcutta University | Counted among one of the oldest universities in India, Calcutta university scored 62.23 points to stand at the eighth position.
No 7 | Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) | Second university to hail from Karnataka, Manipal scored 62.84 points.
No. 6 | Banaras Hindu University | Uttar Pradesh's only university to be ranked under the top 10, BHU scored 63.20 points.
No 5 | Amrita Vishwaapeeth | Located in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, this university scored 63.40 to stand at fifth position.
No 4 | Jadavpur University | Kolkata-based university ranked after Jamia Milia Islami at fourth position with 65.37 points.
No 3 | Jamia Milia Islamia | The university stood at the third spot with 65.91 points.
No 2 | Jawaharlal Nehru University | The Delhi-based university secured the second spot with 68.47 points.
No 1 | IISc Bangalore | IISC Banglore stood at the first position with 83.57 points.