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Chitkara University receives a ranking of 601-650 in the QS World University Rankings: Asia 2022

Published on November 12, 2021

Chitkara University has achieved a spectacular ranking of 601-650 in the QS World University Rankings: Asia 2022. This firmly places it among the Top 100 institutes of the country.

The QS World University Rankings use a methodological paradigm that is remarkably constant, based on six simple indicators that we feel accurately represent university performance. They have avoided major modifications since faculty area normalisation was implemented in 2015 to ensure that institutions specialising in Life Sciences and Natural Sciences were not overly favoured. In doing so, they aim to ensure that year-on-year comparisons remain valid, and that unnecessary volatility is minimised. The following six parameters are used to evaluate the universities: Academic Reputation, Employer Reputation, Faculty/Student Ratio, Citations per faculty, International Faculty Ratio and International Student Ratio.

The Academic Reputation score of an institution receives the most weighting of any metric. It is based on the Academic Survey, which gathers the expert opinions of over 130,000 people in the higher education field about the quality of teaching and research at universities throughout the world. As a result, it has grown to become the world’s largest survey of academic opinion and is an unrivalled technique of evaluating sentiment in the academic community in terms of size and scope. The Employer Reputation metric is based on over 75,000 responses to the QS Employer Survey and asks employers to identify those institutions from which they source the most competent, innovative, effective graduates. The QS Employer Survey is also the world’s largest of its kind.

When evaluating institutions using a rating, students frequently consider teaching quality as the most important criterion to them. Evaluating teacher/student ratios is the most effective proxy indicator for teaching quality, despite the fact that it is notoriously difficult to quantify. It evaluates how well institutions can provide students with meaningful access to lecturers and tutors, and it recognises that having a large number of faculty members per student reduces the teaching load on each one academic. Teaching is one key pillar of an institution’s mission. Another is research output. QS World Rankings measure institutional research quality using the Citations per Faculty metric. To calculate it, they take the total number of citations received by all papers produced by an institution across a five-year period by the number of faculty members at that institution.

The Ranking features 1,300 universities from around the world. The rankings can be used to easily compare universities and start your university search.

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