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Three Universities in India Breaks Into Top 100 THE Employability Ranking 2021

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London, 26 November 2021: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi graduates are the most employable in India. IIT Delhi holds on to 27 place and all other universities ranked last year (six total) climb an average of 20 places in the table, as per  the 11th annual Global Employability University Ranking and Survey (GEURS) run by Emerging and published by Times Higher Education (THE).

India’s universities see a clear rise for the first time in a number of years thanks to the rise of soft skills and digital literacy and technical and research specialization. Bangalore University (249th) enters the ranking for the first time.

IISc Bangalore stands second in India whereas secures 61th  position in the global tally. IIT Bombay emerges as the third in the employability index among Indian universities.

Top Institutes in India Producing most employable graduates (THE):

27 Indian Institute of Technology Delhi India
61 Indian Institute of Science India
97 Indian Institute of Technology Bombay India
162 Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad India
170 Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur India
225 Amity University India
249 Bangalore University India

 Top Institutes in the World Producing most employable graduates (THE):

Rank 2021 University Country
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA
2 California Institute of Technology USA
3 Harvard University USA
4 University of Cambridge UK
5 Stanford University USA
6 The University of Tokyo Japan
7 Yale University USA
8 University of Oxford UK
9 National University of Singapore Singapore
10 Princeton University USA

Seeta Bhardwa, Content Editor at THE Student said: “Studying at university isn’t just one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make from an education and skills point of view, but also from a financial perspective. Students and their parents want to make sure that outlay will pay off in the long run. This ranking provides a means to understand what’s important to graduate recruiters and help students think about what they should focus on when choosing a university to give themselves the best possible start on the career ladder.”

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