Chief Minister of Karnataka BS
Yediyurappa congratulated the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) on Thursday for being ranked the best research university in the world by an international agency.
In a tweet, he said: “Congratulations to @iiscbangalore for being ranked the world’s best research university in the QS World University Rankings.
Providing world-class education and facilitating cutting-edge research in science, technology and engineering, IISc makes every Indian proud. “
According to the coveted QS World University Rankings, the Indian Institute of Science has been ranked as the best research university in the world according to the citation by faculty indicator.
The IISc obtained a perfect score of 100 out of 100 on the Citation Per Faculty (CPF) measure in the analysis by London-based Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).
For the QS World University Rankings, institutions and universities were judged on six indicators: academic reputation, employer reputation, citations by faculty, faculty / student ratio, international faculty ratio and international student ratio.
This year, the rankings listed the 1,300 best universities in the world, 145 more than in last year’s edition, which can be found at 97 sites.
Out of 13,000 establishments, 6,415 were deemed eligible for survey analysis and 1,705 were assessed for the final table.
The results represented the distribution and performance of 14.7 million academic articles published between 2015 and 2019, and the 96 million citations received by those articles.
They also represented the expert opinions of over 130,000 university professors and over 75,000 employers.
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