Pakistan’s ranking has increased (THE) Asia University Rankings

Pakistan’s ranking has increased (THE) Asia University Rankings.Times Higher Education (THE) has released the Asia University Rankings for the year 2018 and ten Pakistani universities have managed to get a place on the list of top 350 universities based on their performance overall.

Pakistan’s Ranking has Increased

Pakistan has performed well in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) Asia University Rankings, increasing its representation overall as 10 Pakistani educational institutions have made it to the top table.

Leading the way is the Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad, which is now ranked at 79th – a marked improvement from last year when the university was ranked in the 121-130 band – while COMSATS has also improved its ranking from 141-150 band to 125th place. The two universities improved their ratings primarily due to citation impact and partly due to the international outlook.

Times Higher Education expressed that while the extension is uplifting news for Pakistan’s general portrayal, the expanded rivalry implies that four of the nation’s colleges have tumbled down the table.

It said Pakistan accomplished a higher normal score this year, and, all things considered, its colleges saw a huge change in their reference execution — one of its customarily weaker regions. It additionally got focuses in different regions, for example, global co-creation.

Be that as it may, the measure of research pay and industry pay it got per staff fell.

According to the latest THE Asia Rankings, the rise of China continued.

The People’s Republic now claims almost one in five places in the rankings and several of its institutions have made strong gains, not least Tsinghua University, which is now the country’s top-ranked institution for the first time in the table’s six-year history.

The National University of Singapore holds onto the overall number one spot after improving its scores in almost all areas.

“But many Asian nations are feeling the competition. While India, Japan, Pakistan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Turkey have all increased their representation, several of their universities have fallen down the list.

“These countries will need to work hard to stand out among the heavy competition in the world’s largest continent,” THE Rankings said.

 

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