The prestigious IIT Bombay has come out as the best specialized institute in the country and one among the main 100 worldwide as per subject-wise positioning by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a main world college positioning office.
Delhi University came out on top among the 20 best Indian colleges which included in the positioning rundown, taking the 17th position in the world for its execution being developed studies, according to QS University World Rankings by subject discharged on Thursday.
Nine Indian organizations are recorded in the main 100 rankings for nine different branch of studies, an announcement issued by the organization said.
"Indian colleges presentation expanded worldwide intensity in the main 100 with a stronger vicinity over the subjects," it said.
As per the positioning rundown, IIT Bombay is the most predominant Indian establishment, showing up in the main 100 for eight subjects - aeronautical & assembling designing; software engineering; measurements and operational examination; mechanical, electrical and electronic building; common and basic designing; concoction designing; material science and data framework; workmanship and outline.
"IIT Delhi shows up in the main 100 for common and basic designing, electrical & electronic building, mechanical aeronautical and assembling designing and software engineering and data framework," the announcement said.
In craftsmanship and configuration, Shanmugha Arts Science Technology and Research Academy in Thanjavur has been positioned among the main 100, while Indian Institute of Science is in the main 100 for Material Science and Electrical & Electronic Engineering.
Likewise in the main 100 is the IIT Kharagpur for its courses on material science, common and basic building, electrical and electronic designing, and mechanical designing.
The IIT Madras positions in the main 100 as far as the controls of mechanical, designing, electrical and electronic building and common and basic designing are concerned.
QS World University Rankings are yearly college rankings distributed by British Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). This is the fifth QS World University Rankings by Subject.
"India secures 107 spots over the 36 subject tables, including the six new teaches for 2015 - structural planning, expressions and outline, business studies, dentistry, improvement studies and veterinary science," the announcement said.
"Of those spots, 37 have moved downwards contrasted with 2014, 44 have kept up the same position, seven have gone up and 19 are new passages," it included.
Talking about DU's astonishing ranking, the University's representative Malay Neerav said, "This is an impression of the advancement made by DU in most recent four years where it has been constantly positioned number one among Indian colleges and our rankings have enhanced in a few controls. We are focused on securing a superior positioning in future".