Educational website Jagranjosh.com has brought out a business school and engineering college ranking list under its innovative ranking framework, Institute Ranking 2017. MBA, Engineering colleges across the country have been rated. The survey was conducted in association with TNS Global, a globally renowned information and consultancy group.
IIM Ahmedabad grabbed the top spot as the Best Business School. It was followed closely by its siblings IIM Bangalore and IIM Calcutta.
For Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee ranked among the top 3 institutes of India.
JagranJosh (a part of JNM – Digital Arm of JPL, India’s leading Media Conglomerate) was set up with the aim to help 15 to 30-year-olds expand their horizons and reach for greater heights, and developed into a brand for learning.
“Taking a step further towards justifying its tag as a premier online education website, the leadership at JagranJosh has decided to help students pick the right Engineering and MBA Colleges with the help of Institute Ranking 2017,” said a spokesperson for JagranJosh.
“We partnered with TNS Global, a leading Global Research Agency to structure and conduct this research. There was a need to create an unbiased ranking framework,” the spokesperson further said.
TNS Global reached out to over 5,000 Institutes, 2,500 students and 50 plus Corporate HR departments. What sets the survey apart is its focus on the three critical aspects of educational institutes, i.e. factual data, student perception and industry perception.
The exercise culminated with a felicitation function to honour the winners.
The event included two panel discussions on the challenges for higher education in India and how higher education can be improved. Writer Chetan Bhagat moderated the panel discussions.
Chief guest Upendra Kushwaha, Minister of State for HRD, awarded the top 10 MBA and Engineering institutes.
The event was spearheaded by JNM CEO Sukirti Gupta and CMO Bharat Gupta, along with key members from both the print and digital media.