HCU Ranked India's Fourth Best University
The Week-Hansa research survey for 2020 has ranked UoH fourth in the country, and first in the South, among multi-disciplinary universities.
Hyderabad | 21st July 2020
The University of Hyderabad (UoH) has been ranked among the best universities in the country.
The Week-Hansa research survey for 2020 has ranked UoH fourth in the country (of 80 universities), and first in the South, among multi-disciplinary universities.
The UoH said that it was happy to maintain the fourth position it had even in 2019, and to be among the top 80 multi-disciplinary universities of the country that included state, central, private and deemed-to-be universities.
"We are pleased to be ranked number four among the best universities in the country and number one in south India. The university has been making steady progress, and this has been possible only due to the efforts of our faculty, students, alumni and non-teaching employees," said Appa Rao Podile, Vice-Chancellor, UoH.
"We have initiated a few additional quality measures too which have helped us be recognised as an Institution of Eminence. We are working towards improving our position at the national and international level with a focus on providing global standards of education to our people," he added.
The WEEK-HANSA Research Best Universities survey of 2020 was conducted by collecting factual information from more than 600 leading universities in india. Various parameters including age & accreditation, infrastructure & other facilities, faculty, research and academics, student quality, alumni & industry exposure, and placements were used to calculate the factual score. The composite score was arrived at by combining the perceptual and the factual scores to determine the final rank for each university.
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