IIT-D, IIT-B Grads Fitting the Bill, Most Employable as per QS Graduate Employability Ranking

Devanshi Sharma updated on : 13 Sep 2017

IIT-Delhi and IIT-Bombay are the India's leading providers of graduates with exceptional job skills as per QS Graduate Employability Ranking

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Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT-D) and Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B) have proven their mettle yet again by being one of the strongest providers of highly employable graduates. This ranking is given by QS Quacquarelli Symonds, which ranks 500 leading universities for supporting graduate employability, looking beyond traditional measures such as research strength and academic reputation. The most recent list was published on Monday.

QS World University Ranking

Graduate Employability 2018 (Global Top 10)

Rank 2018

2018 QSWUR




Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD)



Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB)



University of Mumbai



Indian Institute of Technology of Madras (IITM)



University of Delhi



Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IITKGP)



Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK)



Indian Institute of Science Bangalore

The regulatory body has also ranked University of Delhi as the leading institution for providing highly successful alumni. It received one of the highest scores in the world for QS’ Alumni Outcomes indicator that shows how successful a university is in making students high-achieving graduates. Delhi University’s score is 96.6/100, which is 21st highest score worldwide. The score of University of Mumbai also shines in this indicator – 85.0/100.

To this, Ben Sowter, Director OS Research said, “Better comparative data about how universities are preparing their students for the 21st-century economy is required. This ranking is designed to improve the conversation we are having about this important component of a university’s mission, and allow students to make informed global comparisons.”

 He also added that these results indicate that the universities cannot only rely on their reputation. “They also need to ensure that they are committed to innovative teaching methods, proactively forge relationships with businesses, and provide numerous opportunities for students to meet potential future employers.”

Stanford University topped the list, followed by University of California, LA (UCLA) and Harvard University occupied the third rank.

These rankings are computed on the basis of five metrics, namely, employer reputation, alumni outcomes, partnerships with employers, employer-student connections, and graduate employment rate.

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