With a strong scoring for research volume and impact, Indian Institute of Technology Indore climbed up to become India’s second highest ranked university. It also has proven its presence by being among the global top 400 institutions. IIT Indore overtook IIT Bombay in the rankings.
Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore still holds its place as India’s highest ranked institution. IISC is followed by IIT Indore, IIT Bombay, IIT Roorkee and Jagadguru Sri Shivarathreeswara University, Karnataka made its debut this year.
Pradeep Mathur, Director of IIT Indore stated that “Our efforts in making research the focus of the institute is now reflected in the form of citation and other impact metrics of research.”
“We continue to make research the focus of all our programmes which is why you see even our undergraduate students are active participants of research projects and collaborations within India and internationally too. We are committed to making IIT Indore a top-notch research hub nationally and internationally,” he added during a media comment to India Express.