For highercollege institutes in India there would be now its own set of systems to rank the numerous institutes catering education amongst students in the nation. This choice is taken keeping the common ranking system in mind. The brand-new system of ranking would focus majorly on the results and rankings should not get confused with that of the accreditation which the National Evaluation and Accreditation Council (NAAC) offer to the educational institutes.
According to the brand-new ranking system that has actually been recommended there would a total of six groupings of outcomes on which numerous institutions would get ranked and a list would get prepared of the institutes. The six groupings would be academic efficiency, teaching-learning resources, college graduation outcome, global MoUs and impact/innovation by the institutions. There would be different specifications for ranking academic institutes dealing with Science, Engineering, Liberal Arts, Social Sciences, Medicine, Law and Company Administration. The major academic institutes like IITs, IIMs, HEALTH SPA, DU and JNU have actually been asked to re-look at the results and findlearn if any loopholes are present.
A core team would take the final choice concerning the weightage of the already decided 6 outcomes. According to a senior HRD ministry authorities, It will be marked various from ranking system followed worldwide. For circumstances, Times GreaterCollege gives 30 per cent to citations, Qs rankings gives 40 percent to academic reputation and ARW ranking system gives 30 percent to alumni award/faculty award. In the new Indian ranking system the weightage aspect like understanding of an institute would be less and more weightage would be providedprovided teaching/learning, graduation, results and research study.
- India will have its own set of systems to rank the different institutes catering education amongst students in the country
- The brand-new system of ranking would concentrate majorly on the results and rankings
- A core group would take the last choice concerning the weightage of the currently chosen six outcomes