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NEW DELHI: IIT-Delhi, despite dropping a rung to 28, is the most preferred Indian institute among employers and is the only desi school in the top 50 in the Global University Employability Rankings.
Among Indian institutions, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, is in the second spot (58), improving its ranking by three positions, followed by IIT-Bombay at 72, up from 97 in 2021. The latest Times Higher Education (THE) Rankings have five Indian institutions in the top 200 and seven in the top 250.
Globally, the US continues its dominance with four universities in the top five — Massachusetts Institute of Technology, California Institute of Technology and Harvard University occupy the top three slots, respectively. In all, there are 55 US universities in the top 250, followed by France (18) and UK (14).

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Singapore, Japan and the United Kingdom each have an institution in the top 10, with Japanese and Canadian universities also appearing high in the ranking.
There are 44 countries featured in the list of which India with seven institutions is in the 13th position in terms of number of institutions, ahead of countries like Sweden, Hong Kong, Italy and Singapore.
The employers that took part provided around 800,000 graduate jobs or placements in 2022-2023 in total. The survey, now in its 12th year, incorporated 98,014 votes from employers worldwide on which universities teach key skills that students need to thrive in the workplace.
IIM-Ahmedabad (154) and IIT-Kharagpur (155) featured the other two Indian institutions among the top 175.
Key findings from this year’s results indicate digital skills have become the most important factor for employers since the Covid-19 pandemic. Subject specialisation and work expertise closely follow graduate skills as important drivers of performance. Universities in mainland China are seeing a steady rise in rankings due to strengths in graduate skills and work experience.

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