In May 2016, Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI)’s Consumer Complaints Council (CCC) upheld complaints against twenty-three different educational institutions for violating ‘ASCI Guidelines for Advertisement of Educational Institutions.’ These institutions include not only private coaching classes but also online certification training providers, private educational societies, and a UGC recognised University. The upheld complaints relate ..
After releasing the Framework for Engineering Institutions on the day of launch of National Institutional Framework by MHRD, followed by Ranking Framework for Pharmacy and Architecture Institutions, MHRD has now released the framework for Universities and colleges. India has a complex University / College Structure. Though UGC Act, 1956 defines University, as one established and ..
AICTE, under the aegis of MHRD has released the Parameters and Metrics for Ranking for Pharmacy and Architecture Institutions as part of the National Institutional Ranking Framework. Earlier, MHRD vide Notification dated 09.10.2014, MHRD had constituted a Committee to suggest a National Framework for performance measurement and ranking of Institutions and Programmes conducted by the ..
The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) has been launched by Ministry of Human Resource Development [MHRD] to rank higher educational institutions in the country based on objective, verifiable criteria. The ranking system is expected to promote excellence in education in a competitive environment. This Framework (NIRF) would enable parents, students, teachers, educational institutions and other stakeholders to ..
In the 12th edition of the annual rankings released by ‘Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-16”, 17 Indian Universities have featured in list of top 800 Universities of the World. India with 17 institutions on the list, India is now at par with its BRIC counterpart Brazil. India has two institutions in the top ..
MHRD has launched National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), would enable parents, students, teachers, educational institutions and other stakeholders to rank institutions on the basis of a set of objective parameters and a transparent process. This framework outlines a methodology to rank institutions across the country, which has been drawn from recommendations arrived at by a ..
Twenty Indian educational institutions feature in the latest BRICS ranking and five Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) win places in the top 20. IIT-Delhi, IIT-Bombay, IIT-Kanpur, IIT-Madras and IIT-Kharagpur have made it to the list. IITs are again by far the most successful representatives of the country’s higher education system. The prestigious IIT Kharagpur has ..