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Indian Institutional Ranking Framework (IIRF) 2021 ranks more than 1,000 institutions (300+ universities, 350 Engineering colleges, 150+ B-Schools, 50 Law colleges, 50 Design schools, 50 Architecture colleges and 100+ Undergraduate colleges for BBA & BCA) across the country…Read more

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Impact Ranking India 2020

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VISION RANKING: 2020

IIRF Vision Ranking is considered prestigious and professional because of the yardstick employed for judging the suitability of the Institution for ranking. However, final ranking is decided on the basis of the authentic documents submitted in the survey or the evaluation of the data by the IIRF Research team. Our team, comprising renowned academicians and scrupulous judges would give premium to factors such as, innovative practices, global pedagogy, and industry-oriented curriculum and above all learner’s centric approach to education. Thus, IIRF Vision Ranking holds the pride of place among all rankings in India.

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STUDY IN INDIA

For thousands of years India has been a major place of learning. Both, Takshila– the first university in the world, & Aryabhata- the inventor of zero digit are from India. With the second largest population in the world, & an economy that is quite influential & fast-growing, it’s not at all surprising that the higher education system in India has undergone a paradigm shift over the past few decades, owing to its competitive stand in the world. India has now the third largest higher education system in the world, after the US & China. Read more


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Delhi (NCR)


Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences Indira Gandhi National Open University Industrial Training Institute  
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Lucknow

Lucknow


Lucknow is the legislative and administrative capital of Uttar Pradesh, which is a densely
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indore

Indore


Indore is the largest city in Madhya Pradesh which is the most populous in
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Jaipur


Jaipur is the largest and the capital city of the state of Rajasthan in
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Bengaluru

Bengaluru


Bengaluru, ‘The Silicon City’ of India is the capital of Karnataka, and Karnataka is
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Chennai

Chennai


Chennai, known as the ‘Detroit of Asia’, is the capital of Tamil Nadu. The
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Hyderabad

Hyderabad


Hyderabad, situated in the southern part of India, is the capital and the largest
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VISION RANKING: 2020

IIRF Vision Ranking is considered prestigious and professional because of the yardstick employed for judging the suitability of the Institution for ranking. However, final ranking is decided on the basis of the authentic documents submitted in the survey or the evaluation of the data by the IIRF Research team. Our team, comprising renowned academicians and scrupulous judges would give premium to factors such as, innovative practices, global pedagogy, and industry-oriented curriculum and above all learner’s centric approach to education. Thus, IIRF Vision Ranking holds the pride of place among all rankings in India.

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WHAT INDUSTRY- ACADEMIA SAYS ABOUT IIRF METHODOLOGY

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Shalu Manan

VP- HR Transformation, Genpact, TedX Speaker and Change Influencer
IIRF ranking methodologies is based on an objective and comprehensive set of parameters to benchmark educational institutions in India. [read more] I believe an independent and holistic assessment like IIRF provides a balanced perspective for institutes to compare their impact and learn best practices that can make them better. Benchmarking institutes provides a fair and transparent yardstick for prospective students to make their choice of college and for industry. It is a reference point to evaluate campus tie-up for future talent needs.[/read]
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Dr. Kamlesh Misra

Vice Chancellor- Rishihood University, Sonipat, Haryana
I have had an opportunity to review the parameters and the methodology used in arriving at the IIRF Rankings for higher education [read more] institutions in India. All rankings have their strengths and weaknesses and I find that IIRF Rankings are among the most trusted Indian rankings that I have reviewed over the last few years. They take a very comprehensive view and the parameters used and provide in-depth, detailed insights into the operations of the institutions. I congratulate the Education Post and the team involved for the good work they have done and hope that they will continue to create new benchmarks in the area of Institutional rankings in India.[/read]
Rajeev Bhadauria

Rajeev Bhadauria

Founder- Ebullient, Former Director-HR at JSPL
A ‘holistic approach’ to incorporating not just a summative methodology but a creative formative process of assessment, encapsulating [read more]the Education 4.0 principles is the most appropriate methodology keeping in mind the ‘as’, ‘of’ and ‘for’ of the Students being the appropriate yardstick of measuring the credibility/ reliability and integrity of an institution’.[/read]
Dr. M K Vajpayee

Dr. M K Vajpayee

Vice Chancellor- Capital University, Jharkhand
Ranking of any organisation gives us idea of quality/standard of its product or services. Hence it is equally important that [read more]Ranking Agencies must have perfect methodology for calculation of ranking. Indian Institutional Ranking Framework (IIRF) methodology developed by Industry Academia Experts and Maction Consulting is an excellent and trusted model. The method of data collection, analysis and calculations are so simple and transparent. This a new kind of ranking framework developed for institutions, by a team of highly experienced dedicated professionals. I appreciate IIRF for its excellent work and design in Ranking System.[/read]
Vikas-Dua

Vikas Dua

Chief HR Mentor at ATTAYN
The IIRF by Education post is indeed a forward-looking institute ranking methodology. Rating academic institutes [read more] across 7 different parameters that include, both, internal and external validation will ensure a non-biased and accurate ranking. This will be of immensely value to students when they are evaluating institutes for pursuing their next academic qualification.[/read]
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Dr. Kamal Kishore Sharma

Fellow of IIMA, Professor at Adani Institute of Infrastructure, Ahmedabad, Ex Vice Chancellor
It is one of the most comprehensive ranking methodology [read more] which includes almost every conceivable parameter to make a rational & believable ranking. I specifically like the following specifics:
1. To avoid penalizing an institution for not marking or overlooking scores through secondary research.
2. The standardization & cumulative function approach.
3. Independent audit by professional service
4. Extent of expert guest lecture support to classes
5. Prominence of research and its impact
6. Future Orientation including efforts around ideas, innovations, startups & incubation centre.
7. The concept of self-weight for self scores
Some issues that could be improved upon:
1. Modernity of tools used in pedagogy like simulations
2. Quality of admitted students like their ranks & standardized scores in competitive entrance exams like CAT, XAT, GMAT etc.
There is another issue that the IIRF team should be worried about. Some of the data for year 19-20 like student performance, industry connect, placements may have suffered to varying degrees across institutions due to Covid related lockouts. This year’s ranking may throw some surprises if you are very objective and no adjustments are made.[/read]
Dr.-Nuddu-Vinay

Dr. Muddu Vinay

Vice Chancellor at ICFAI University, Dehradun
The IIRF ranking provides a comprehensive framework for evaluating institutions on seven broad parameters [read more] and sub level attributes. It will help universities and higher education institutions to identify gaps and improve their performance on various ranking parameters. The methodology adopted is quite transparent and will promote healthy competition.”[/read]
Vidya-shetti

Dr. Vidya Shankar Shetty

Former Director -International Relations, Department of Administration, REVA University, Bengaluru
It has been a pleasure working with Education Post (IIRF Ranking) as our [read more] esteemed partner for the last three years. Your unstinted support and cooperation in all matters rare truly appreciated and this has enabled us position REVA in the top league of Universities in the country in the rankings and surveys participated thus far. [/read]

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