EducationWhich college has topped in the NIRF rankings in 2020? See the...

Which college has topped in the NIRF rankings in 2020? See the full list

NIRF ranking of 2020 has been released by Human Resource Development Minister. Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank confirmed this. Consisting NIRF ranking has been listed for the last five years. For the first time this year, dental colleges have also been added to the NIRF rankings. The Central Government was requested by the Dental Council of India to list dental colleges as well. It has been told in the declaration that compared to last year, 20 % more colleges this year applied for a place in the ranking.

This time 3700 institutes have applied for ranking and very close to 5800 applications have reached the HRD. It can be guessed that the same institute had applied in other categories as well. The following are the institutes that have topped the NIRF rankings.

Overall Rank:

SL NoInstitute
01IIT Madras
02IISc Bangalore
03IIT Delhi
04IIT Bombay
05IIT Kharagpur
06IIT Kanpur
07JNU Delhi
08IIT Roorkee
09IIT Guwahati
10BHU Varanasi

Category Wise Institutes:

SL No Institute
01IISC Bangalore
02JNU Delhi
03BHU Varanasi
04University of Hyderabad
05Calcutta University West Bengal
06Jadavpur University West Bengal
07Anna University Tamilnadu
08Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Coimbatore
09Manipal Academy of higher education
10Savitri bai Phule University Pune


SL No Institute 
01IIT Madras
02IIT Delhi
03IIT Bombay
04IIT Kharagpur
05IIT Kanpur
06IIT Roorkee
07IIT Guwahati
08Anna University of Chennai
09NIT Tiruchirappalli


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01IIM Ahemdabad
02IIM Bangalore
03IIM Calcutta
04IIM Lucknow
05IIM Indore
06IIT Kharagpur
07Xavier Labor relations Institute XLRI
08IIM Kozhikode
09IIT Delhi
10IIT Bombay


SL NoInstitute
01Miranda House New Delhi
02Hindu College New Delhi
03Presidency College Chennai
04St.Stephen’s College New Delhi
05Lady Shriram college for women New Delhi
06Loyola College Chennai
07Shri Ram College of Commerce New Delhi
08Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda centenary college Rahara
09Hansraj college New Delhi
10St Xavier college Kolkata


SL NoInstitute
01AIIMS New Delhi
02PGIMIR Chandigarh
03Christian Medical College Vellore


SL NoInstitute
01NLU Banglore
02NLU Delhi
03NLU Hyderabad


SL NoInstitute
01IIT Kharagpur
02IIT Roorkee
03NIT Calicut


SL NoInstitute
01Maulana institute of medical sciences new Delhi
02Manipal College of dental science
03DY Patil

Pharmacy Category:

SL NoInstitutes 
01Jamia Hamdard New Delhi
02Punjab University Chandigarh
03National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Mohali
04Institute of Chemical Technology Mumbai
05Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani
06National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Hyderabad
07Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences Udupi
08JSS College of Pharmacy Nilgiri
09National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and research Gandhinagar
10JSS College of Pharmacy Mysore

The NIRF ranking was first launched by the Union Human Resource Development Minister on 29 September 2015. The first ranking was released in 2016. Since then NIRF rankings are released every year.NIRF rankings are given based on the institution’s excellence. Institutes are awarded marks after examining various aspects. Although the NIRF ranking was released on April 8 last year, it was delayed this year due to Corona. Students get all other benefits from ranking institutes. If we talk about 2016, the list was released in only four categories, and it reached nine categories in 2020. JNU Vice-Chancellor Jagdish Kumar said that JNU retained its position for four consecutive years from 2017 to 2020 and the credit goes to the teachers and staff who brought JNU to this place through their hard work. Talking about the university category, Delhi Technological University got 45th place, and Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University got 95th place.

Delhi University, which was ranked 13th last year, this year Delhi University secured 11th place in the University Rankings. About Jamia, Jamia was ranked 12th last year, but with its good results, Jamia Millia Islamia retained its position in the top 10 list. Jamia is ranked 10th in the NIRF rankings. Jamia also performed well in the overall rankings. Jamia was ranked 19th in the overall ranking last year, while the university got 16th rank this year. Jamia Vice Chancellor Najma Akhtar told in an interview that Jamia did well in view of the challenging situation. She said that it is possible only with a good education system and in the coming days we will show better by doing better. Centurion University of Technology and Management of Odisha has also got a place in the top 20 in India, and Centurion has also been ranked top 25 in engineering.

According to the report of Centurion University, 195000 students have been trained so far. University Vice-Chancellor Supriya Patnaik says that her goal is to prepare the youth for the future and to provide better training. Earlier, there was no government organization for ranking. The ranking was assessed by private institutions, But now all private and government institutions are ranked by the government on the basis of different standards.

Institutes topped the NIRF rankings in 2019:

SL No Institutes 
01Indian Institute of Science(IISC)
02Jawaharlal Nehru University(JNU)
03Banaras Hindu University(BHU)
04Hyderabad University
05Calcutta University
06Jadavpur University
07Anna University
08Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
09Manipal Academy of higher education
10Savitri bai Phule Pune University

Top 20 colleges in India and scores obtained by NIRF:

Rank College Name Score Out of 100
01Miranda House Delhi77.23
02Lady Shri Ram College for Women Delhi72.08
03Hindu College Delhi70.44
04St Stephen’s College Delhi69.67
05Presidency college Chennai68.89
06Loyola College Chennai68.03
07St Xavier college Kolkata67.59
08Ramakrishna Mission vidya mandir Howrah67.59
09Hansraj College Delhi67.23
10PSGR Krishnamal college for women Coimbatore66.63
11Rama Krishna Mission Vivekananda Centenary College west Bengal66.58
12Shri Ram College of commerce Delhi66.29
13Atma Ram Sanatan Dharm College Delhi66.15
14Sri Venkateswara College Delhi66.04
15Deen Dayal Upadhyaya college Delhi65.32
16Gargi College Delhi64.53
17Madras Cristian College Chennai64.36
18Acharya Narendra Dev College Delhi63.10
19Kirorimal college Delhi62.58
20Ramakrishna Mission Residential college62.36

Punjab’s only LPU continues to make it to the top 100. Lovely Professional University Ranked 78th in NIRF Ranking. Talking about Lovely Professional University, LPU’s School of Pharmacy is ranked 29th, School of Management is ranked 49th, and Engineering is ranked 87th.LPU also has a good position in overall rankings. Lovely Professional University ranked 99th in the overall ranking. Chancellor of LPU Ashok Mittal told during the conversation that LPU’s top 100 is the result of hard work by students. The NIRF rankings have boosted the morale of the colleges, due to which the performance of colleges will be even better in the coming days.

Zafar Reza
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