MAHE, Manipal tops in India in World Ranking


Manipal Academy of Higher Education, MAHE has moved up two places to 198 in Quacquarelli Symonds University Rankings, Asia Region’s 2018 edition. In the domestic ranking, the institution is placed 16th overall at third among the private universities.

MAHE Statement

Dr H Vinod Bhat, vice-chancellor, MAHE announcing the same told press person on Monday said that how MAHE has been working on the different parameters, he said “It is a healthy competition among universities. And I am proud to say that our university is in the top one to two percentile of all universities across the world. This is the result of the hard work put in by the officials of the university, leadership, faculty and students in the last seven or eight years. So we are seeing the results now.”

Sandeep Shenoy, Director Quality and Compliance also Head Department of Commerce, MAHE said elaborated that this is the ninth edition of this ranking and the largest yet, featuring 400 institutions from 17 countries. Over 600 institutions across the continent were evaluated and 450 provisionally ranked. Of them, 400 were included in the published tables.

In this edition, the MAHE performed among the top 47% in the QS Asia University Rankings. Considering there are approximately 11,900 Universities regionally, MAHE is one of the top 1.7% universities in Asia. The Faculty Student indicator, with a rank of 86 in the region, is the strongest parameter for MAHE.

Indicators for ranking

The key indicators for the methodology used for the BRICS ranking are; academic reputation, employer reputation, and faculty to student ratio, staff with PhD, citations per paper, international faculty and international students.

Also present at the media briefing were Narayan Sabhahit, registrar, MAHE and Christopher Sudhakar, director, Quality and Compliance.

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