Delhi University schools have performed better this year in National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) with six of them being in the main 10. A year ago, five universities were in the main 10, While Miranda House has held the principal position for the third time; Hindu College has climbed to the second position. Prior, St. Stephen’s College was second, however at this point it has moved to the fourth position. Shri Ram College of College is on the seventh position.
Anju Srivastava, important of Hindu College, stated,
“However we haven’t investigated the parameters on where we scored the most, we were expecting something great from the NIRF rankings this year.”
Woman Shri Ram College for Women has moved to the fifth position from the prior seventh.
“This is a result of the amicable develop of various partners in the school who function as a group,” said Suman Sharma, LSR main.
The greatest jump has been made by Hansraj College. In the keep going NIRF, Hansraj was on the 21st position, however, at this point, it is on the ninth. Rama Sharma, chief of Hansraj, stated, “We have made an incredible improvement this year. We should now chip away at our shortcoming.”
Generally speaking, Delhi University is on the twentieth position, behind Jamia Millia Islamia. In the college classification, JNU is In the second position, Jamia at 12
“A pleased moment for us all in the brilliant celebration year. JNU keeps on concentrating on accomplishing scholarly perfection, “said M Jagdish Kumar, JNU VC.
“The college has made some amazing progress and we plan to perform far better later on. Throughout the following couple of years we will improve our position to reach among the best 10 foundations,” said Shahid Ashraf, administering VC, Jamia.
IIT-Delhi has moved to the second position among building schools.
“This is an impression of the measures taken to improve our effort
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