Chitkara University ranks 1st in Punjab in EW India Higher Education Rankings 2022-23
Chitkara University has been ranked 10 in India and 1st in Punjab among the ‘Top Private Multidisciplinary Universities’ in the prestigious EW India Higher Education Rankings 2022-23 by EW Education World Magazine. With the core mission of “creating public opinion pressure to make education the No. 1 issue on the national agenda,” Education World – The Human Development Magazine was created in 1999 as India’s – and Asia’s – first education news and analysis (monthly) magazine. His goal has been partly achieved after 13 years of continuous publication. During that time, the readership of this globally unique news magazine has grown to more than a million people, with education moving from the fringes to the foreground of the nation’s development discussion.
Field representatives of the well-known Delhi-based market research and opinion polls company Centre for Forecasting & Research Pvt. Ltd (C fore) interviewed 4,067 sample respondents, including 1,789 college/university faculty and 2,278 final year college students, to compile the 2022-23 EW league tables of India’s best private and government autonomous (as well as Top 100 non-autonomous) colleges. They persuaded respondents to grade sufficiently well-known colleges on six tertiary education excellence parameters, including faculty competence, faculty welfare and development, curriculum and pedagogy (including digital readiness), industry placement record, infrastructure, and leadership/governance quality. Institutions with fewer than 25 respondents do not receive a ranking.
Continuous improvement and refinement are a distinctive aspect of the intricate annual EducationWorld India Higher Education Rankings (EWIHER), which were first published in 2013 and are now published in two editions (May-June). A decade ago, they commenced rating and ranking undergrad Arts, Science, and Commerce colleges and B-schools, as well as Engineering and Technology colleges and B-schools. Because of the vast variations in institutional cultures, they came up with the idea of evaluating and ranking private and public higher education institutions separately. The primary goal of these classifications is to provide student-friendly assessments of undergrad colleges rather than institution-friendly evaluations. Similarly, reader criticism stated that, while the annual EWIHER has ranked private and government institutions individually for the past two years, they were grouped together under these broad headings regardless of specialisation.