Recently I rated technical innovation institutions in Native indian depending on the student quality and other factors, and most of these positions were also reinforced by a latest content in “Current Science”. Present Technological innovation is fortnightly analysis publication published by Native indian Academia of Sciences since 1932. A recent content called “Ranking of Native indian technical innovation and technical organizations for their analysis performance during 1999–2008” in Present Technological innovation gives the position of technical innovation institutions according to analysis.I really appreciate the efforts made by writers for giving a new parameter for position technical innovation institutions. On same time have concerns over position of Ould - School (ranked 9) and Higher education of Engineering Ould - School (ranked 16), as they both should represent only one institution, instead of two. In the same way Institute of Substance technology (Ranked 13) is a very specialised college offering courses related to Substance technical innovation. And also, IISc offers only Master and PhD degrees.
When there is a opportunity of some leisure over the span of course and technical innovation research for position, few very good analysis organizations that conduct major technical and Natural analysis (involving technology) in Native indian, would also have been include. To name few are Native indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, Chennai Statistical Institute (CMI), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), and National Center for Natural Research (NCBS). Because when it comes to analysis Native indian has few very specialised centers and Engineering research are still well divided from analysis.
The list of top thirty institutions according to some analysis index is below.
|11||Cochin University of Science and Technology|
|13||Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai|
|14||IT BHU, Varanasi|
|15||Bengal Engineering and Science University, Howrah|
|16||College of Engineering, Anna University, Chennai|
|17||Harcourt Butler Institute of Technology, Kanpur|
|18||Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad|
|19||Maulana Azad NIT, Bhopal|
|23||Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Sangrur|
|24||PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore|
|26||Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala|
|27||Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, New Delhi|
|28||Delhi College of Engineering, New Delhi|
|30||S.J. College of Engineering, Mysore|
When it comes to analysis, Native indian has few very specialised facilities and Technological innovation research are still well divided from analysis. Pupil personal preference may change for course to course. An individual going for Bachelor's or Expert of Technological innovation may not desire this list because for them location issues more than analysis. And positions rely on student quality and that changes the whole position.
I think analysis can be a good parameter for position engineering institutions in Native indian but can not be used as only position as requirements, because of overlap in type institutions to be considered for position. Few are very specialised analysis facilities and don’t offer basic research (like IISc) and few are specialised to a single field (like Native indian Institution of Substance Technology).
Finally to determine that analysis is a nice parameter for position engineering organizations later on but can not be handled as only requirements. I move appreciate the writers adding in giving a new route to position engineering institutions in Native indian. I wish later on we can see few more requirements coming up like Study and financing and a specialised position based on divisions. It is really a great route to see some strong position later on.