The Global Employability University Ranking and Survey (GEURS) report for this year, which was announced by the Times Higher Education (THE) today on November 25, 2022, included a total of seven Indian institutions.
Three Indian institutes made the top 100 list: IIT-Delhi, IISc Bangalore, and IIT Bombay. IIT-Delhi holds the 29th spot in the ranking, followed by 58th-place IISc Bangalore and 72nd-place IIT Bombay. The other two Indian colleges in the top 175, IIT-Kharagpur (155), and IIM Ahmedabad (154) also have seen an increase in their rankings of eight and fifteen spots, respectively.
Similar to previous year, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) placed first globally in this year's rating. In second and third place, respectively, were Harvard University and the California Institute of Technology.These three institutions have held the top three spots in the same order for the past two years.
Six institutions are competing this year, including two from the UK, one from Singapore, one from Japan, and two from the US. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) earned the top spot in the overall rating this year.