Itanagar. Arunachal Pradesh’s Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) has secured the 16th rank among central universities across the country. This information has been given in the Indian Institutional Ranking Framework (IIRF) University Ranking-2023.
RGU Vice Chancellor Professor Saket Kushwaha while congratulating the faculty members, administrative staff, students, alumni and all the stakeholders said that this is a small step towards the goal of excellence which the university has set for itself. He said that such recognition confirms that the university is moving in the right direction.
Professor Saket Kushwaha informed that Rajiv Gandhi University is also all set to receive the third round of accreditation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). The ranking is based on seven performance indicators, which include academic excellence, research, job placement , corporate interface, placement strategies and support, teaching-learning resources and pedagogy and future adaptation.
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has topped the list. Showcasing the growth of the higher education sector in the North Eastern Region (NER), six North Eastern universities have made it to the top 20 Central Universities in the overall list. Apart from RGU, These include Mizoram University (Aizawl), Tezpur University (Assam), North-Eastern Hill University (Shillong), Sikkim University (Gangtok) and Assam University (Assam).
IIRF is affiliated to more than 1,000 educational institutions (more than 300 universities, 350 engineering colleges, more than 150 business-schools, 50 law colleges, 50 design schools, 50 architecture colleges and more than 100 graduate colleges for BBA and BCA) across the country. Publishes rankings.
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