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41 Universities from India in 2023 QS World Rankings List

There are 41 Indian universities in the QS World University Rankings 2023, up from 35 last year, with seven institutes making their debut. The Indian Institute of Science (155th globally) Bengaluru has moved up 31 places since last year to secure the first spot among the Indian institutes, followed by IIT Bombay and IIT Delhi, making up the trio in the top 200. India has also performed well in research, with IISc ranking first in the world in the 'citations per faculty’ (CpF) statistic, which higher education analyst Quacquarelli Symonds uses to assess the impact of university-produced research.

IIT Guwahati (37th for CpF), IIT Roorkee (47th for CpF), and the newly admitted University of Madras (48th for CpF) are also among the world's top-50 research universities. Twelve of the 41 Indian institutes represented increased their score over the previous year, twelve were stable, ten declined, and seven were new additions.

All of the Indian Institutes of Technology mentioned increased their rankings. IIT Bombay (172nd) advanced five spots over last year, while IIT Delhi (174th) advanced 11 spots. IIT Madras (250th), IIT Kanpur (264th), and IIT Kharagpur (270th) are also among the top 300.

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