Written byShiladitya Ray
Following them were IIT-Kharagpur, IIT-Kanpur, and IIT-Madras, which were ranked in the 251-300 band.
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A total of 38 Indian universities were among the world's best in the 2019 'Engineering and Technology' subject ranking.
Apart from the aforementioned Indian universities, the newly-established IIT-Indore, in the rank band of 301-400, was the only other Indian university to feature within the top 500.
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, IIT-Bhubaneswar, IIT-Guwahati, Jadavpur University, and NIT-Rourkela, Pondicherry University, Sri Venkateswara University, and Tezpur University were in the 501-600 rank band.
That said, Indian universities actually slipped in rank, compared to their performance in the 2018 'Engineering and Technology' rankings by Times Higher Education.
IISc-Bangalore slipped from =89 rank in 2018 to =95 this year.
Similarly, IIT-Bombay slipped from the 126-150 rank band in 2018 to the 151-175 rank band this year.
The University of Oxford topped the 2019 'Engineering and Technology' list, followed by Stanford University and Harvard University. CalTech, MIT, University of Cambridge, Princeton University, National University of Singapore, ETH Zurich, and Georgia Institute of Technology made up the rest of the top 10, respectively.
Earlier in September, when Times Higher Education had released its World University Rankings, IISc-Bangalore had been the highest ranked Indian university in the list, being ranked in the 251-300 rank band.
The newly-established IIT-Indore, surprisingly, was the second highest ranked Indian university in the list.
While IIT-Indore was ranked in the 351-400 rank band, while IIT-Bombay, and IIT-Roorkee made it to the 401-500 rank band.
A record 49 Indian universities had featured in Times Higher Education's 2019 World University Rankings, marking a small, but significant improvement from 2018 rankings which had seen 42 universities feature.
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