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IIT Kharagpur ranked 4th in India in the latest QS World University Rankings 2025

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West Bengal, India: Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur ranked 4th in India in the latest QS World University Rankings 2025. The institute jumped ahead 49 places in comparison to its 2024 performance to become the 222nd University in the world. The first and the largest IIT of the country ranked 3rd among all IITs of the country in the QS World University Rankings 2025.

The World University Ranking 2025 by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) featured 1503 Universities from all over the world and evaluated 5663 institutions in total. The institute has performed well in parameters like International Research Network, Sustainability and Citations per Faculty.

Speaking on the QS World University Rankings 2025, Prof. V K Tewari, Director, IIT Kharagpur remarked, “IIT Kharagpur has upheld the nation’s resolve to excel the standards of globalization with artificial intelligence, advance manufacturing systems and transportation, 5G Network, safety engineering and analytics, quality and reliability, affordable healthcare, precision agriculture, food nutrition and smart infrastructure to contribute towards an Atmanirbhar Bharat. As an institute of eminence, IIT Kharagpur’s initiatives on developing Technological Research Parks, Centres of Excellence, start-up incubators, Lab to Market products and Nano Missions are the new ecology for innovation and technological pursuits of the institute. Successful implementation of Vikshit Bharat as instituted by our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi requires participation of several stakeholders including government agencies, public and private enterprises, academic and research organizations. We have to acquire the opportunity in digital economy space and biomedical engineering fostering technological expansions by creating the human-machine synergy that would set the future technology development agenda for the developed India.”

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