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IIT-D, IIT-B produce employable graduates: UK survey

A total of eight Indian universities made it to the list (Image: Wikimedia Commons) Photograph: (Others)

WION Web Team New Delhi, India Sep 12, 2017, 10.01 AM (IST)

Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay made it to the list of QS Graduate Employability Rankings, making them India's strongest providers of highly employable graduates. University of Delhi has been ranked as India's top provider of highly successful alumni. 

The technological schools in India's leading metropolitans have been ranked in the 191-200 category globally.

Besides being placed in the 201st-250th category, Delhi University also received one of the highest scores in the world -- a measure of how the university is successfully producing highly-achieving graduates. It is ranked 21st in the world, scoring 96.6 out of 100.

In the same indicator, University of Mumbai scored 85. It is also placed in the same category rank, 201-250 alongside Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. 

Asia’s leading university is Tsinghua University (10th) in Beijing, China, based on its high Employer Reputation score and a fantastic network of employer-student connections.

A total of eight Indian universities made it to the list.
 

2018 Rank
2018 QSWUR
Institution
191-200
172
Indian Institution of Technology, Delhi
191-200
179=
Indian Institution of Technology, Bombay
201-250
801-1000
University of Mumbai
201-250
264=
Indian Institution of Technology, Madras
201-250
481-490
University of Delhi
251-300
308=
Indian Institution of Technology, Kharagpur
301-500
293=
Indian Institution of Technology, Kanpur
301-500
190
Indian Institute of Science, Banglore


Stanford University topped the list, making it the world-leader, followed by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and Harvard University. In terms of employability ranking, five out of top 10 universities are based out of the United States. Competing with the leading institutions from the US and UK are the University of Sydney (4th) and University of Melbourne (7th).

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