AIIMS ranked first among medical institutes and National Law School, Bangalore topped law colleges.
AMN / NEW DELHI
President Ram Nath Kovind has called for a nuanced approach to ensure that higher education not only fulfils individual aspirations but also achieves national goals and priorities.
He was releasing the national ranking of higher institutes by the Ministry of Human Resources Development in New Delhi on Monday.
The President said that the ranking system fosters a spirit of healthy competition between institutions.
Indian Institute of Technology Madras topped the rankings while the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore bagged the second rank followed by IIT Delhi.
Out of ten top institutes, seven are IITs. Jawaharlal Nehru University got the seventh rank and Banaras Hindu University bagged the tenth spot.
Delhi University’s Miranda House was ranked the best among colleges across the country, while the varsity’s St Stephen’s College was ranked fourth.
AIIMS has been ranked first among medical sciences institutes and National Law School, Bangalore has topped law colleges.