Govt to fund top 10 Indian institutes to help them find place among top 100 on global academic rankings
The central government is planning to improve the rankings of Indian institutes so that they can find place in the list of top 100 global institutions. It will select 10
In this regard, the HRD ministry has selected a list of 8-10 top institutes that have the potential to perform much better. These institutes will be granted funds — ranging from Rs 100-500 crore for the next 3-4 years so that they can create world class research infrastructure and laboratories.
The government has identified some of the institutes, including
Presently, there is not a single Indian institute among the top 100 or 200 on international rankings. However, this year IIT Delhi and IISc Bangalore finally found place among top 200 on the QS rankings.
The Modi government is planning to pump in substantial funds in 10 top Indian institutes so that they can climb up in the global list. The
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