Chitkara University ranked No. 1 Best Private University in Punjab by Dialogue India Ranking
Chitkara University Punjab has been ranked top in various categories by Dialogue India magazine 2022. Chitkara University, Punjab has been ranked as the No.1 Best Private University in Punjab and No.3 Best Private University in India during the Dialogue India Conclave and International Academia Awards held at Shangri-La Hotel, New Delhi.
In addition, Chitkara University Punjab has been ranked 3rd among the best private universities in the northern region, while Chitkara University is also ranked 3rd among the best private management colleges in Punjab. Chitkara School of Hospitality has been ranked among the best hotel management colleges in India and Chitkara School of Fine Arts has also ranked among the Best Private Applied Arts Colleges in India by Dialogue India Ranking 2022. The Dialogue India Ranking 2022 was based on several parameters.
The Honourable Minister, Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey, Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Environment, Forest and Climate Change, and other dignitaries, unveiled the Dialogue India National Ranking for 2022 during the opening session.
The conclave witnessed thought-provoking discussions and provided a platform for Indian Higher Education Institutions, business groups, various academic experts, and decision-makers to speak their minds. The topic of “New Education Policy & Prospects of Globalization of Indian Higher Education” was debated by more than one hundred dignitaries from various regions of India.
It was suggested that India currently imports more educational services than it exports. The nation must make investments in infrastructure, labs, libraries, and human resource training if we are to reverse this trend. India must continuously work to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its higher education system to draw more international students here and to turn it into a net exporter of educational services. At the moment, India primarily draws students from neighbouring nations. The need is to diversify and develop our source nations as a centre of learning on a worldwide scale.