Chitkara University tops charts in Outlook-ICARE 2021: India’s Best Colleges Rankings
Chitkara School of Hospitality has been ranked 3rd in ‘India’s Top 25 Private Hotel Management Institutes’, Chitkara School of Planning & Architecture has been ranked 10th in ‘India’s Top 25 Private Institutes of Architecture’, Chitkara School of Mass Communications has been ranked 12th in ‘India’s Top 30 Private Institute of Mass Communications’, Chitkara University Institute of Engineering and Technology has been ranked 49th in ‘India’s Top 110 BCA Institutes’, Chitkara University Institute of Engineering and Technology has been ranked 34th in ‘India’s Top 100 Private Engineering Colleges’, Chitkara Business School has been ranked 50th in ‘India’s Top 125 BBA Institutes’ and Chitkara School of Health Sciences has been ranked 59th in ‘India’s Top 100 Institute of Sciences’ ( for Nursing Programs ).
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