03-17-2015, 08:47 PM
Harvard University in the US has remained number one in the world ranking of the 100 most prestigious educational institutions, followed by Britain's Cambridge and Oxford universities. No Indian universities listed.
According to the Higher Education World Reputation Rankings time in 2015, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology US rewards fourth of the University of Oxford and Stanford University was awarded fifth place in the University of Cambridge. University of Tokyo Japanese direct accusation of Asia 12 Spot.
London and Paris were the two cities with the highest number of top universities, presenting each with five universities in the list.
As far as were concerned countries, the US confirmed its supremacy, took eight of the top 10 positions and 43 of the best 100 places - down 46 followed by Great Britain, which has 12 such universities - up from 10 the year passed in 2013 and again last year.
While most of the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China) made their mark, universities Indies failed to do so in the rankings, the study.
"It really is a concern that a country of great intellectual history of India and its huge and growing economic power has only one university is regarded by scholars as a whole are among the most prestigious in the world" said Phil Baty, editor sometimes classifications of higher education.
"Brazil, Russia and China, the other nations" BRIC ", all have at least one top-100 universities in this prestigious list. It is time for India to give more support to major universities to ensure that they can compete on a global stage, "Baty added.
In 25th place, Lomonosov Moscow State University Russia reaches its highest position yet, while the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil jumped group 81-90 51-60 band.
China has also gained ground as the higher institution, Tsinghua University, rose 10 places to 26th, while Beijing University too moved up nine places to get to 32nd place.
2015 rankings are based on reputation 10.507 Answers 142 countries conducted between December 2014 and January 2015. In total, 21 countries are represented in the list.
The poll attracted almost 70,000 Answers to over 150 countries in five rounds a year since the first survey in 2010.