Indian universities feature below 190 in the QS world university rankings of educational institutions on the basis of the employability of their graduates. The QS world university rankings has released the 2018 list of educational institutions on the basis of the employability of their graduates.
And Indian universities have not fared very well.
The coveted Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD) and Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) have been ranked in the 191-200 category globally.
But there is good news for DU alumni.
Even though, University of Delhi only managed to break into 201-250 bracket along with Mumbai University, it has been ranked as the country’s leading provider of highly successful alumni, due to one of the highest scores in the world for QS’s Alumni Outcomes indicator.
Alumni Outcomes indicator measures how successful a university is at producing highly-achieving graduates. The Delhi University is the 21st highest worldwide, scoring 96.6 out of 100.
IIT Madras has also been listed in 201-250 bracket, while IIT Kharagpur, IIT Kanpur and IISc Bangalore have made it between 301-500 ranks.
Globally, the list has been topped by Standford University, followed by University of California, Los Angeles, and Harvard University.
This year two Australian universities and China’s Tsinghua University have also fared among the top 10.
Here are the world best universities for graduates’ employability:
1. Stanford University
2. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
3. Harvard University
4. University of Sydney
5. Massachusettes Institute of Technology (MIT)
6. University of Cambridge
7. University of Melbourne
8. University of Oxford
9. University of California, Berkley (UCB)
10. Tsinghua Univeristy