Going against a service of HR improvement (MHRD) positioning of national building schools that set IIT Madras at the top, more than 60% of the main 1,000 rankers of JEE Advanced 2016 have picked IIT Bombay, DELHI, Kanpur and Kharagpur.
IIT Madras positions at number 5 for the top rankers in the JEE Advanced with just 103 takers. A year ago as well, 103 understudies picked IIT Madras among the main 1,000 rankers.
The MHRD under its National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) initially did the positioning in four classes — building, administration, drug store and college — this April.
More than 3,500 establishments had taken an interest in this version, the procedure for which began in December 2015. The goal of the positioning is to encourage decision and empower advanced education partners to settle on educated choices.
Be that as it may, the National Ranking Framework positioning has had no effect on the decision of establishment among the main 1000 rankers. Around 262 of these decided on IIT Bombay this year (contrasted with 272 a year ago), 196 have picked IIT Delhi (contrasted with 194 a year ago)
With IIT Madras at the top, the other classification A designing establishments in the National Ranking are IIT Bombay, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur. "IIT B has been the main decision for top rankers and this has been the pattern since most recent eight years," said Ashok Misra, previous executive of IIT Bombay and at present the Chairman-India Intellectual Ventures.
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