All-Inclusive Growth & Global Exposure will drive the Future of Engineers

Anamika Sahu, Managing EditorMuch has been spoken about the mediocre skillsets most of our engineering graduates have. Much has also been spoken about the remedies to fill this gap. But have we been successful in transforming the ecosystem for the better? This year, no Indian university was able to make it to the global list of QS World University Rankings' 2020 edition of 100 top universities. Beating IIT-Delhi, IIT-Bombay stood at 162nd position, only three Indian universities were able to acquiring a position for themselves, IISc being the third one. OP Jindal Global University is the only new entrant in this year's top 1000 list, ranked between 751 and 800.
Despite significant improvements in our education system, India's ranking on the global platforms isn't seeing much sunny days. Though India is an emerging startup nation, the world yet has to see any idea/innovation/business that becomes a household name. What is pulling the nation is the paucity of good faculty members, industry exposure and international collaboration that needs to be addressed, while the soft skills must be enhanced tremendously. If you are a student or the parent of a student willing to take-up engineering as their career, such stats will surely pull a string or two.

To help you in selecting your dream college that stands best in the country, we bring to you `Top 100 Engineering Colleges in India ­ 2019', where our dedicated team spent a year to finalize the best colleges from across the country looking at parameters such as student-teacher ratio, industry exposure, international students exchange, international faculty exchange, faculty experience, and soft skill trainings. We have also categorised the listing based on zone ­ North, South, East, West and Central, and emerging engineering colleges. We believe that the issue will serve its purpose and help you chose your dream college that will take you to sky. All the best!

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