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IIT(ISM) secures its best ranking in Union government list

The Dhanbad institute is at 11th position in National Institutional Ranking Framework, improving its ranking by one place since last year
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Praduman Choubey   |   Dhanbad   |   Published 10.09.21, 04:19 PM

IIT (ISM) has secured its best ever ranking among engineering colleges in National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) released on Thursday by Union Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan.

IIT (ISM) which has been ranked at 11th position with a score of 64.07, improving its ranking by one place as it was ranked 12th last year in the same category.

IIT Madras secured the top ranking  in the same category with a score of 90.19 which was followed by IIT Delhi at second position with 88.96 scrore and IIT Bombay at third position with a score of 85.16.

All top eight positions in engineering colleges were bagged by different IITs while the 9th position went to NIT Tiruchirappalli with score 66.08 while the 10th position went to NIT Karnataka which has secured a 64.10 score.

In management category, Jamshedpur based XLRI however has secured 8th rank with the score of 69.93 while IIT Ranchi secured 21st Position with the score of 58.26.  IIT (ISM) has secured a 30 rank in the management category with the score of 54.54.

The first position in Management category was awarded to IIM Ahmedabad with the score of 83.69. The second position among management institutions went to IIM Bangalore with a score of 83.48 while the third position was bagged by IIM Calcutta with 80.04 score.

In overall ranking, IIT (ISM) however slipped by one position over the last year as it secured 26th rank with 53.88 score while its rank last year was 25th.

The first position in overall ranking went to IIT Madras again with a score of 86.76 while second position went to Indian Institute of Science with a score of 82.67. The third overall ranking was secured by IIT Bombay with a score of 82.52.

NIRF has introduced a new Category of ranking of Research this year and IIT (ISM) has secured 20th rank in this category with the score of 52.40.

The first rank in the research category went to Indian Institute of Science at Bengaluru with the score of 86.48 while the second position was bagged by  IIT Madras with the score of 86.01. IIT Bombay was ranked 3rd in research Category with the score 80.93.

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