Vani Laturkar
This article suggests the strategic participation in rankings by higher educational institutes with strategic focus on research and innovations parameters to win this race. It’s a general perception that rankings favour only research oriented institutions. But the fact is that when any higher educational institution opts to participate in a ranking process, it is implied that it has accepted the responsibility to enable faculty to undertake research useful to the society. The perception seems to be factual when we look upon the QS rankings or NIRF rankings of last five years indicating predomination of IITs, NITs and IISs. For example, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore has yet again bagged the title of best research institute in India, as per NIRF Rankings 2022. IISc Bangalore had clinched the top spot among all research institutes of India in the year 2021 as well with 86.48 score out of 100.
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Unique Paper ID: 157972

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

Page(s): 320 - 323
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