The Times Higher Education (THE) has recently unveiled its World University Rankings 2024 by subject, and it brings remarkable achievements for Indian universities. Among the arts and humanities category, two prominent institutions, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and the University of Delhi (DU), have secured commendable rankings within the 501-600 range.
In an extraordinary feat, the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru has claimed the top position in India across four diverse subjects, encompassing Physical Sciences, Engineering, Computer Science, and Life Sciences. In the subject of Physical Sciences, IISc Bengaluru has achieved a prestigious ranking within the 201–250 range.
The global landscape of these subject-specific rankings is equally impressive. The California Institute of Technology stands tall as the global leader, setting the benchmark for academic excellence. It is closely followed by esteemed institutions such as Harvard University, Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of Cambridge.
This achievement underlines the growing recognition of Indian universities on the global academic stage, with IISc Bengaluru making a significant mark in multiple subjects. It demonstrates the dedication and excellence of Indian institutions in various academic domains, solidifying their place among the world’s best.
Overall, these rankings reflect India’s continuous commitment to academic excellence and research, reinforcing the country’s position as a hub for higher education and intellectual exploration.