Indian School of Business is the second highest Indian entry ranked 53rd globally . IIT Bombay made a massive jump in this year’s rankings to attain the 120th spot globally in 2014. In 2013, it was placed 145th.
IIT Kanpur is placed 145th in this year’s ranking while IIT Delhi stands 149th is the list of top 150 institutes ranked on the employability of their graduates. The evaluators said that the remarkable rise of Asian universities in the ranking is a crucial factor.
Around 30 Asian es tablishments now represent 20% of the total ranking com pared with only 10% in the first edition in 2010. This is particu larly significant for China (7), where the universities already in the ranking have gone up an average of 5 places and two new ones have entered the ranking.
Also noteworthy are the very good results of South Korea (4 with 2 new entrants) and Hong Kong universities and the rise of Indian universities (5 with 2 new entrants), says the survey .
As far as British universities are concerned, Cambridge has emerged right at the top, followed by Oxford (4th), University College London (14th), Imperial College London (15th), Edinburgh (18th), Manchester (25th), King’s College London (35th), London School of Economics (44th), Birmingham (60th) and Nottingham (63rd).