NIRF Rankings 2021 For Colleges: Miranda House Tops, Loyola on 3rd; Hindu slipped to 9th; Full List Here

NIRF Rankings 2021 have been announced for 10 categories including Overall, University, College, Management, Pharmacy, Medical, Engineering, Architecture, ARIIA, Research, and Law. Miranda House has topped the NIRF college ranking.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Sep 09, 2021 14:01 IST
NIRF Rankings 2021 For Colleges: Miranda House Tops, Loyola on 3rd; Hindu slipped to 9th; Full List Here
NIRF Ranking 2021 Colleges

NIRF Ranking 2021 has been released today, September 09 by the Education Ministry under National Institutional Ranking Framework. In NIRF College ranking, Miranda House has topped the list, followed by LSR College for Woman, Loyola College, St. Xavier's College Kolkata, on 2nd, 3rd, and 4th respectively. 

Apart from that top campus colleges of the University of Delhi including St. Stephen's College, Hindu College, and SRCC have slipped and ranked 8th, 9th, and 10th respectively.

NIRF Rankings 2021 have been released at 12:00 Noon on September 09, 2021, by Hon'ble Minister of Education Shri Dharmendra Pradhan. The rankings have been released through video conference, in virtual mode. 

Apart from the college ranking, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has retained the 1st spot for the third year in a row. The Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and IIT Bombay have been ranked 2nd and 3rd top institutes in India. IIT Delhi and IIT Kanpur are also among the top 5 institutes in the country.

In NIRF University Rankings for 2021, IISC Bengaluru has retained the top spot, whereas, JNU has been ranked 2nd among the top universities in India.

Also Read: NIRF Ranking 2020 Full list of Top Colleges, Engineering, Law Colleges & Universities

In top 10 engineering colleges in India the ranking is as follows- 1) IIT Delhi, 2) IIT Bombay, 3) IIT Kanpur, 4) IIT Kharagpur, 5) IIT Roorkee, 6) IIT Guwahati, 7) IIT Hyderabad, 8) NIT Tiruchirappalli, and 9) NIT Surathkal.

The rankings for all colleges and universities across the country have been done on the basis of teaching, learning, and resources; research and professional practice, graduation outcome; outreach and inclusivity; and peer perception.