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New Delhi, October 17: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, Madras and Delhi featured in the list of top 50 Asian university in a report released by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). While these premiere technology institute figured in the category under 50, no Indian institute managed to come under the top 10 slot.
In the ranking report released on Monday, IIT-Bombay held the 34th rank, IIT-Delhi held the 41st and IIT-Madras held the 48th position. The first position was secured by Nanyang Technological University followed by NUS and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST).
IIT-Bombay showed a positive development, as it ascended from the 35th to the 34th position.
According to The Indian Express, IIT-B scored 88.1 in academic reputation and 97.5 in employer reputation. Among other parameters, the institute scored 44.5 in faculty-student ratio and 96.3 in staff with PhD. In papers per faculty it scored 89.6 and in international faculty it scored 9.7.
In terms of international students it scored 6.3 in international students, 10.9 in inbound exchange students and in outbound exchange students it scored 9.1. Also it scored 41.4 in citations per paper. Among these 10 parameters, the strongest one for IIT Bombay is Employer Reputation with a rank of 21 globally.