IIT Hyderabad amongst leading 10 institutes in country
Hyderabad: Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad (IITH) for the 7th successive year has actually kept its setting within the Top 10 rankings amongst the technological institutes in the country and also as the most effective amongst the second-generation IITs.
In the total NIRF Rankings it has actually boosted from 16 in 2021 to 14 in 2022, standing as one of the leading 15 organizations in thecountry IITH has actually dramatically boosted its position in NIRF over the last 7 years, from being placed 30 to being in the Top 15. IITH has actually acquired 3 factors in the research study and also specialist methods and also assumption and also couple of factors’ enhancements in various other criteria.
On the success of the institute in the NIRF position, Prof B S Murty, Director, IIT Hyderabad, claimed, “today, IITH is a brand of its own and is destined to attract a pool of highly talented students and faculty members to invent & innovate in technology for humanity and make IITH ‘a dream destination for every academician, researchers & industry’.
He said that the achievement is merely due to the sheer hard work of the students, staff, faculty members, and the vision of the torch bearers of this institute and, more importantly, the institutes’ alumni.
Prof Murthy also expressed his gratitude for the support of the Ministry of Education and JICA in the growth of the institute. “With brand-new and also interdisciplinary scholastic programs that are the demand of the hr and also according to the NEP-2020,” he added. Talking about IITH’s NIRF journey so far, Dr Sai Santosh Kumar Raavi, Department of of Physics & Convenor, NIRF at IITH, said, ” IITH is the only second-generation IIT that constantly made right into the leading 10 design institutes in thecountry IITH’s rating on some criteria such as faculty-student proportion, professors certification, funds application, licenses, and also impact of tasks, are similar or more than several of the older generation IITs.”