Chitkara College of Pharmacy ranks 19th in Education Post’s IIRF Best Pharmacy College Rankings 2021
Chitkara College of Pharmacy, Chitkara University, Punjab was ranked 19th in the IIRF Rankings 2021 of the best pharmaceutical colleges in India by Education Post. The pharmaceutical sector has experienced a leap in recent times, especially since the pandemic hit and the need to come up with radical drugs to fight new diseases grew. For students who are interested in pharmaceutical studies, several famous institutes offer sophisticated curriculum and facilities for research. It is vital for Pharmaceutical Colleges to have top-class laboratories for testing, experienced faculty members who have worked in the field or provide guidance to pharmaceutical companies, and allow access to international journals. Ranking pharmaceutical colleges in India is mainly based on these factors. Indian Institutional Ranking Framework 2021 ranks more than 1,000 institutions 300+ universities, 350 Engineering College, 150+ B-Schools, 50 Legal Universities, 50 Design Schools, 50 Architectural Colleges and 100+ Bachelor Colleges for BBA & BCA) throughout the country.
IIRF is published by the Education Post since 2012, a monthly magazine about higher education. The Federation for World Academics (FWA) guides industrial methodology and feedback and plays the role of a mentor for the IIRF Center for institutional research (ICIR) in India. IIRF rating is based on concrete analysis by experts and rankings as the most diverse and authentic rankings in India received by the corporate world. Ranking based on 7 Performance Indicators, deliberately focused on Indian socio economical and Industrial Economics varies through all Placement performance, teaching and learning, research, industrial income and integration, placement and support strategies, external perceptions, professors, industry experts and collaborations and alumni network. The IIRF ranking analysis has a different perspective of ranking and provides clusters or preferential rating that tends to the authenticity of the assessment.
Indian universities have been critically divided into four parts: Central Government University, State State University, University and State Private University according to UGC. IIRF provides sequential rankings in each part excluding government universities. Furthermore, ranking for technical or engineering courses, management, law, design and architecture are limited to good colleges. IIRF is the most authentic non-government rating framework in India brought. It is a highly recommended ranked framework by students, consultants, professionals and parents. The designated agency for agency for all types of data collection, data analysis, data management and statistical research output is mission. It approaches all universities, engineering, management, law, architecture and design institutions on behalf of FEDERATION FOR WORLD ACADEMICS (FWA). IIRF is published by Education Post since 2016. IIRF also provides the most definitive list of SAARC Universities, Indian Universities, Engineering Colleges, Business Schools, Law Colleges, Architecture and Design Institutions as well as ranking based on course analysis for India and other countries of SAARC.
The IIRF framework outlines a methodology to rank institutions across the country. It draws seven parameters broadly cover Academic Excellence, Research, Placement Performance, Corporate Interface, Placement Strategies and Support, Teaching Learning Resources & Pedagogy and Future Orientation.”
Placement Performance means the employment rate of the college and how good are the packages offered by the college. Teaching Learning Resources & Pedagogy refers to the faculty, their qualifications, guest lectures, accreditations, Industry collaborations etc. Research talks about the research influence and reputation of the institution.
Industry Income and Integration covers the details of corporate leaders visit, revenue generation from knowledge transfers and tie-ups, internship for students etc. Placement Strategies & Support mainly refers to the support from institutions to their students for getting jobs and also includes alumni support for placements. Future Orientation covers the details about the availability of the Incubation centre for start-ups and entrepreneurs, ideas developed by professors and students etc. External Perception & International Outlook refers to the clarity of vision and mission, investing in development activities, public views of the institution in various aspects, number of international students and staff and other collaborations.