Jamia Hamdard Stands Out in The Times Higher Education Global Rankings 2021

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Jamia Hamdard has been positioned at the 401-500 section in 2021 The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings in the subject of Life Sciences, procuring the third situation in India; and at 501600 in the subject of Clinical and Health getting put among top 5 in India.

The Times Higher Education’s (THE) Annual World Subject Rankings spread 11 branches of knowledge, giving an outline of the best places on the planet to concentrate in a specific control. A record of 1512 organizations was positioned in the 2021 Subject Rankings over the 11 branches of knowledge, with 522 recently positioned establishments this year.

The 11 subject rankings were distributed formally on the Times Higher Education World University Rankings site on October 28.

Jamia Hamdard is one of the 63 Indian Universities and higher education organizations that incorporate foundations of public significance among any semblance of IISc and IITs that have discovered a spot in THE World University Ranking 2021.

Furthermore, in QS Subject positioning in the subject of Pharmacy and Pharmacology Jamia Hamdard has been positioned worldwide in the position of 150-200 in the year 2020.

Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru, at 94th position, is the main Indian organization to be set in the best hundred colleges over the world in the designing stream. The current year’s positioning investigated in excess of 80 million references across more than 13 million exploration distributions and included study reactions from 22,000 researchers internationally.

Improvements at Jamia Hamdard

As of late, in excess of 25 scholars of Jamia Hamdard were granted SRF/RA by ICMR during the flow cycle.

College is at present the beneficiary of 9 projects under DST-FIST, 6 under UGC-SAP, and DST PURSE award for the advancement of examination foundation and has distributed in excess of 300 papers during the lockdown of which 40 papers have been on COVID-19. The varsity got research concedes under EMR/EOI Schemes of different subsidizing offices predominantly ICMR, DST, DBT, CCRUM, and CCRAS during the Covid-19.

“In practically all courses the shorts are exceptionally high. The cut-off for open seats in B.Pharm was over 94% and after the seventh show, it is as yet above 90% which is exceptionally overpowering,” featured Dr. Seyed Ehtehsam Hasnain, Vice-Chancellor Jamia Hamdard in a virtual public interview while declaring the positioning.

Likewise, the two periods of the confirmations cycle have been finished for all courses and at present, the third stage is in the process according to the as of late delivered UGC rules. With the exception of the BUMS course where AYUSH NEET is proposed and BPT/BOT where endorsement from RCI is required.

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