This is indeed a proud moment for the Indian education scene. The prestigious Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore has been positioned fifth among the best colleges in the BRICS nations by a worldwide positioning body, making it in this manner the best execution by an Indian found in the worldwide positioning records.
The 'QS University Rankings: BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) 2015' discharged on Wednesday mirrored the Chinese strength in the positioning rundown with the main three spots going to Tsinghua University, Peking University and Fudan University.
Discussing IIS Bangalore, the positioning organization said it positioned fifth with the biggest number of papers distributed per employee and solid scores crosswise over different markers.
The rankings were in light of eight key execution pointers, identifying with worldwide notoriety, internationalization, scholastic staff levels, and exploration generation and effect.
Chinese colleges truth be told involved seven of the main 10 spots and a large portion of the main 50.
"With 53 organizations in the main 200, Russia is second just to China, which has 67 colleges included. Yet just seven Russian foundations make the main 50, contrasted with China's 21, Brazil's 10, and India's nine," an announcement said.
In its third yearly release, the QS University Rankings: BRICS was created to track the relative advancement of driving colleges in the five quick creating BRICS nations - all of which have made interest in advanced education and research high national needs.