India rises to 15th position in Global Employability Ranking & Survey 2020
India has been featured in the top 15 position in the recently unveiled Global Employability Ranking & Survey, published by Times Higher Education and French HR Consultancy Group Emerging.
The study focused on the most employable locations for higher educations and reveals that top educational institutes in the US and the UK have masked the general decline of such locations in terms of employability. In the United States of America universities continue to dominate at the top spot, while Germany stood at 3rd, China at 5th and South Korea at 9th positions.
In India IIT Delhi was deemed as the most employable institution, its position improved from globally 54th in 2019 to 27th in 2020. Fresh entries this year include Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur and Amity University included in the Top 250 Rankings with IIT Kharagpur at 195th and Amity at 236th rank. Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore is the only other university to have featured in top 150 in GEURS 2020 whose ranking has declined to Rank 71 from Rank 43 in 2019.