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NIRF Ranking 2022


NIRF India Ranking 2022: Relevance

  • GS 2: Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, Education, Human Resources.


India Ranking 2022: Context

  • Recently, Ministry of Education has released the India Ranking 2022 of higher educational institutes.


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NIRF Ranking 2022: Key findings

Category Institute
Engineering IIT Madras
Universities Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru
Management IIM Ahmedabad
Medical All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi
Pharmacy Jamia Hamdard
Colleges Miranda House
Architecture IIT Roorkee
Law National Law School of India University, Bengaluru
Dental Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences

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NIRF Ranking India 2022: Key points

  • Accreditation and assessment shall be mandatory, and every Higher Education Institution need to be accredited. Self-declaration and transparency shall be basis of assessment and accreditation.
  • All the institutions shall also be part of NIRF ranking system.
  • By next year we will unify institutional accreditation presently are done by NAAC and programme accreditation presently being done by NBA.  Ranking on Innovation done earlier by AICTE will henceforth integrated with NIRF.  All institutions will be a part of the combined system of assessment, accreditation and rankings. Such a system will be transparent and objective.
  • From next year NIRF ranking categories will also include Innovation and Entrepreneurship. NIRF rankings categories can be increased as per the needs.
  • There is already work going on rankings of ITIs and Polytechnics.
  • Soon there will be a system where each school is also accredited. We will take state governments on board. Parents will know the standing of school where the child is being admitted.
  • Only those Universities/Colleges which have NAAC grading or NIRF ranking will be eligible for inclusion in the list maintained by the UGC under Section 12 B of the UGC Act, 1956 for receiving financial assistance.
  • Our accreditation and rankings system will also become international and invite foreign institutions to be a part of it.
  • CUET is a step in right direction towards quality and standardization. Any remaining challenge in CUET will be resolved at the earliest.
  • Several Private Higher Education Institutions apply some affirmative action or reservation policy. All private HEIs shall move in that direction to ensure inclusive education and comply with NEP 2020 principles.
  • Institutions shall become multi-disciplinary. IITs coming in top 10 in management category shows that market also desires multi-disciplinary education and institutions.


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