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NEW DELHI.Indian education has come a long way over the years, producing some truly incredible scientists, entrepreneurs, and more. But apparently our capabilities might be flagging. Because for the first time in seven years, our university rankings have drastically dropped.

Times Higher Education recently released its list of the World's top institutes for 2020. And for the first time since 2012, there's not a single Indian university in the first 300 spots.

It's an unpleasant surprise that gets worse the more you read. The Indian Institute of Science (IISC) in Bengaluru was the only Indian entry in the top 300 last year. However, it's now dropped to the 301-350 after what the report calls a "significant fall in its citation impact score offsetting improvements in research environment, teaching environment and industry income"

"It is the first time that an Indian university has not featured in the top 300 of the ranking since 2012, when just a single institution from the country, the Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay, was ranked," the Times Higher Education (THE) said. It stings even more however that IISC has still retained its India lead despite the drop in ranking, though it now shares the spot with the Indian Institute of Technology-Ropar.

That's because other top Indian universities seem to have also dropped in the quality of their output. In the second spot among Indian universities is IIT-Indore, with IIT-Bombay coming in third in India, at the world 351-400 rank.

Indore and Ropar are actually later additions to the IIT culture, having only been established around 2008. Yet their overall rankings have leapt ahead of other Indian institutes thanks to their higher research citation scores.
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