Times Higher Education


India needs to take immediate steps to support and encourage women to pursue academic or scientific careers, in order to improve their gender balance ratios in top Indian universities, warn experts. According to an article by Times Higher Education, educational data of the country highlights that India has the lowest average female student ratios among other nations, with almost 10 institutions earning a spot in the World University Rankings.

Indian universities increased their foothold in the Times Higher Education (THE) Emerging Economies University Rankings 2019, going up in number from 42 in 2018 to 49 this year.  According to data released by Times Higher Education (THE), Indian universities have shown remarkable improvements, with 25 of its universities securing a spot among the top 200, an increase from 17 universities in 2018.

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