engineering college rankings


Engineering college rankings provide valuable insights into the quality and reputation of engineering institutions based on various criteria such as academic excellence, faculty quality, research output, industry collaborations, infrastructure, and placement opportunities.

  1. National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF): NIRF, launched by the Ministry of Education (formerly Ministry of Human Resource Development), Government of India, ranks educational institutions across various domains, including engineering. NIRF ranks institutions based on parameters such as teaching, learning, and resources; research and professional practice; graduation outcomes; outreach and inclusivity; and perception.
  2. QS World University Rankings by Subject: QS World University Rankings provide rankings for specific subjects, including engineering and technology. These rankings are based on factors such as academic reputation, employer reputation, citations per paper, and H-index citations of faculty.
  3. Times Higher Education (THE) Engineering and Technology Subject Rankings: THE ranks universities globally based on their performance in engineering and technology subjects. The rankings consider factors such as teaching quality, research influence, international outlook, and industry income.