Along with this, the Institute has gained rank 395 in World University Ranking globally. This marks an large enchancment of 75 locations by the IIT Guwahati, which was ranked 470 in the 2021 version of the QS World University rankings.
The most important purpose for this enhance is the robust enchancment in the ‘Citations per Faculty’ category the place IIT Guwahati has improved from 77.9 in the 12 months 2021 (Global Rank 56) to 94.8 in 2022 (Global Rank 41).
Prof. T. G. Sitharam, Director, IIT Guwahati, stated, “I congratulate the faculty, students and staff of IIT Guwahati for this remarkable growth in this performance which clearly shows that despite the pandemic, the institute has been working tirelessly to make such a global impact. The institute has improved in Research Citations per Faculty indicating the visibility of research activities of the institute as well as in the Academic Reputation as the major contributors in this increase”
Prof. Parameswar Okay. Iyer, Dean Public Relations, Branding and Ranking, IIT Guwahati, talked about, “The ranking of IIT Guwahati has been improving consistently across International and National agencies due to the concerted efforts the institute has been making over the past several years. This has impacted on various aspects of institutional growth, including Internationalization, enhancing the reputation (perception), promoting research and technology transfers, which are now becoming visible and being recognized both nationally and globally.”
The QS World University rankings 2022 introduced at this time have been based mostly on six metrics; Academic Reputation, Employers Reputation, Faculty Student ratio, Citation per Faculty, International Faculty and International Students.
IIT Guwahati has additionally been ranked in 12 completely different topic classes by the QS World University rankings introduced earlier this 12 months with a break into the 51-100 vary in Petroleum Engineering. The topics that IIT Guwahati finds point out are Engineering and Technology, Chemical Engineering, (*41*), Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Computer Science and Information Systems, Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Natural Sciences, Biological Sciences, Mathematics, Petroleum Engineering and Environmental Studies (2021 onwards).