few higher instructive establishments in India produce quality examination, yet
they have to enhance their "perception index" so that they can climb
up the International rankings and earn prestige, the government said on Monday.
responding to a question in the lower house of the Parliament, the HRD minister
Smriti Irani said that although institute such as the IISc and the IITs have
been known for their high quality of research which is at par with the best in
the world, these haven't been able to grab the top positions in world
further remarked that it is on the basis "a large portion of these ranking
systems connect considerable significance to recognition".
large portions of these ranking system append considerable significance to
perception, (consequently) in spite of faring admirably in research, many
institutions from India have not secured positions according to their
performance," opined Irani.
HRD minister said that while concentrating on their qualities, these
institutions also have to improve their perception at the world stage in order
to ensure better their worldwide rankings which they thoroughly deserve.
in any case, included that the rankings of Indian institutes are consistently
Bangalore, and IIT-Delhi have been put at No.147 and No.179, separately, in QS
World University Rankings for 2015-16, Irani said.