25 best Engineering colleges in India for the year 2018.

September 7, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


The
human resource development (HRD) ministry released National Institution Ranking Framework
(NIRF) rankings 2018 for best higher education institutes
across categories in the country. The report titled “India Ranking Report
2018” delves into detailed rankings of institutes in categories like management,
engineering, universities, pharmacy among others. NIRF is the only national ranking framework
for the country’s higher education institutions. The rankings were introduced by the government
in 2016. These rankings are based on five broad parameters:
teaching/learning and resources; research and professional practice; graduation outcomes;
outreach and inclusivity; and perception. Lets see the’25 best engineering colleges
in India for the year 2018′ from the list. The top-ranked institute is Indian Institute
of Technology Madras with a score of 88.95. The number of faculty members with PhD qualification
is 606. The average salary of under-graduate students,
according to the report, in the year 2017-18 was Rs 11,00,000. For post-graduate students, the average salary
stood at Rs 8,87,500. Second on the list is IIT Bombay with an overall
score of 84.82. The number of faculty members with PhD qualification
is 527. Under-graduate students got an
average salary of Rs 9,78,000 while post-graduate students commanded an average salary of Rs
8,14,116. IIT Delhi is ranked number three with a total
score of 82. 18. There are 476 faculty members with PhD qualification
in IIT-D. The average salary for under-graduate students was Rs 125,000 whereas
post-graduate students got an average salary of Rs 8,75,000. Next on the list is IIT, Kharagpur which achieved
a score of 77.78. The number of faculty members holding a PhD
here is 641. Under-graduate students at
this IIT commanded an average salary of Rs 10,00,000. Post-graduate students on the other hand got
an average salary of Rs 8,68,500. The fifth institute on the list is IIT, Kanpur
with an overall score of 75.24. Here, the number of faculty members with PhD
qualification stands at 418. The average salary for under-graduate students
was Rs 13,00,000 while for post-graduate students it was Rs 11,400,00. Ranked number sixth is IIT, Roorkee that got
a total score of 72.57. The number of faculty members holding a PhD
here is 419. Under-graduate students at this
IIT commanded an average salary of Rs 9,80,000. Post-graduate students on the other hand got
an average salary of Rs 6,62,000. The seventh institute on the list is IIT,
Guwahati that got a score of 69.25. At this IIT, the number of faculty members
holding a PhD is 388. Under-graduate
students earned an average salary of Rs 13,00,000. Post-graduate students on the other hand got
an average salary of Rs 9,00,000. The first non-IIT on the list is Anna University
that finds a place on the eighth spot with a score of 67.04. 581 faculty members at Anna University hold
a PhD. The under-graduate students got an average
salary of Rs 4,50,000 whereas post-graduate students got Rs 4,00,000. At ninth place is IIT, Hyderabad with a score
of 60.87. The number of faculty members holding a PhD
here is 181. Under-graduate students at this IIT commanded
an average salary of Rs 9,10,000. Post-graduate students on the other hand got
an average salary of Rs 9,40,000. Ranked number 10th is the Institute of Chemical
Technology, Mumbai with a score of 60.63. At this institute there are 108 faculty members
holding a PhD. Under-graduate students commanded an average
salary of Rs 5,73,000 while post-graduate students got an average salary of Rs 5,12,500. The first NIT that finds a place in the list
is NIT, Tiruchirappalli at 11th spot with a score of 60.35. Here, the number of faculty members with PhD
qualification stands at 243. The average salary for under-graduate students
was Rs 6,53,000 while for post-graduate students it was Rs 5,75,000. At number 12 is Kolkata’s Jadavpur University
with an overall score of 59.82. At this university, there are 287 faculty
members holding a PhD. Under-graduate students commanded an average
salary of Rs 5,40,000 while post-graduate students got an average salary of Rs 5,70,000. Next on the list is IIT, Dhanbad which achieved
a score of 59.24. The number of faculty members holding a PhD
here is 311. Under-graduate students
at this IIT commanded an average salary of Rs 7,05,000. Post-graduate students on the other hand got
an average salary of Rs 5,25,000. Ranked number 14th is IIT, Indore with a score
of 57.95. At this institute there are 116 faculty members
holding a PhD. Under-graduate students
commanded an average salary of Rs 10,00,000 while post-graduate students got an average
salary of Rs 5,40,000. The second NIT that finds a place in the list
is NIT, Rourkela at 15th spot with a score of 57.05. Here, the number of faculty members with PhD
qualification stands at 278. The average salary for under-graduate students
was Rs 4,80,000 while for post-graduate students it was Rs 3,75,000. Next on the list is Vellore Institute of Technology
which achieved a score of 57.02. The number of faculty members holding a PhD
here is 1079. Under-graduate
students at this institute commanded an average salary of Rs 4,00,000. Post-graduate students on the other hand got
an average salary of Rs 4,50,000. Ranked number 17th is BITS, Pilani with a
score of 56.98. At this institute there are 360 faculty members
holding a PhD. Under-graduate students commanded an
average salary of Rs 9,00,000 while post-graduate students got an average salary of Rs 8,00,000. Another IIT which finds a place in the list
is IIT, Bhubaneshwar at 18th spot with a score of 56.89. Under-graduate students at this IIT commanded
an average salary of Rs 7,50,000. Post-graduate students on the other hand got
an average salary of Rs 6,00,000. Ranked number 19th is IIT, Varanasi with a
score of 56.62. At this institute there are 298 faculty members
holding a PhD. Under-graduate students commanded
an average salary of Rs 10,75,000 while post-graduate students got an average salary of Rs 5,50,000. At number 20, is Patiala’s Thapar Institute
of Engineering and Technology with a score of 56.14. Here, the number of faculty members with PhD
qualification stands at 333. The average salary for under-graduate students
was Rs 6,00,000 while for post-graduate students it was Rs 4,40,000. Ranked number 21st is NIT, Surathkal with
a score of 53.16. At this institute there are 246 faculty members
holding a PhD. Under-graduate students commanded
an average salary of Rs 7,60,000 while post-graduate students got an average salary of Rs 7,00,000. As we mentioned at the beginning that the
list is dominated by IIT and at number 22 is IIT, Ropar with a score of 52.80. There are 115 faculty members
holding a PhD qualification. The average salary for under-graduate students
was Rs 8,00,000 while for post-graduate students it was Rs 6,75,000. At number 23 is IISST, Thiruvanthapuram with
an overall score of 52.74. The number of faculty members holding a PhD
here is 98. Under-graduate students
at this institute commanded an average salary of Rs 8,55,372. Post-graduate students on the other hand got
an average salary of Rs 7,64,000. Ranked number 24 is IIT, Patna that got a
total score of 52.37. The number of faculty members holding a PhD
here is 110. Under-graduate students at this
IIT commanded an average salary of Rs 8,88,000. Post-graduate students on the other hand got
an average salary of Rs 6,78,000. NIT Warangal is ranked 25th on the list with
an overall score of 51.82. There are 238 faculty members holding a PhD
qualification. The average salary for
under-graduate students was Rs 6,00,000 while for post-graduate students it was Rs 5,13,000.