On September 15, 2015, Quacquarelli Symond’s (QS) released, and No Indian universities could make it to the top 100.
According to the list Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has retained its position as the leading varsity in the word. Two Indian Institutes have for the first time make it to the top 200, which a proud thing for India. The Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT-D) is on the 179th position while The Indian institute of Science, Bangalore (IISc-B) is on the 147th position. The president of India, Pranab Mukharjee has congratulated IISc, Bangalore and IIT-D for figuring in top 200 in the QS world University rankings.
According to the list, there are 14 Indian institutions in the world University ranking and half of them are among the global 400.
London performed strongly. It is the only city in the world from which four universities are in the top 50, more than Boston and New York (3) Paris, Sydney, Hong Kong and Beijing (2).
London is remarked as “Education capital of the world”. City is performing great in education sector and getting a remarkable success.
Harvard was on fourth rank last year. This year it managed to get second spot this year. Harvard overtook Cambridge University.
Despite all these, United Kingdom maintained its reputation for the world class higher education.