By | September 15, 2015

London – Massachusetts Institute of Technology has held its position as the main varsity on the planet while no Indian organization could make it to the main 100, as indicated by a worldwide college positioning discharged on Tuesday.

As per the Quacquarelli Symonds’ (QS) list, there are 14 Indian establishments in the World University Rankings and a large portion of them are among the worldwide 400.

Two Indian foundations have interestingly made it to the main 200 with the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT-D) getting 147th and 179th placing separately.

The QS World Universities 2015/16 rankings additionally saw Harvard ascend from fourth place a year ago to take second detect this year, surpassing the University of Cambridge.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology held its position as the top positioned college on the planet, as per yearly class tables.

Majestic College London, which was set joint second a year ago, slipped to eighth, while the University of Oxford and UCL additionally fell in the rankings.

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In any case, regardless of these slips, the UK has kept up its notoriety for world class advanced education.

London, specifically, performed emphatically, as the main city on the planet with four colleges in the main 50, more than Boston and New York (3) Paris, Sydney, Hong Kong and Beijing (2).

Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, adulated foundations in the capital, saying the city was the “instruction capital of the world.”

“The city’s training division is set from quality to quality,” he said.

“Pulling on the planet’s top ability and delivering the up and coming era of extraordinary scholars and pioneers.”

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