Islamabad: According to the Global Education rankings for 2017, the Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU) in Islamabad has been positioned among the main 100 universities in Asia.Though, the university had fallen 43 spots in rankings of the main 500 worldwide colleges 2 years ago.The rankings of higher learning foundations by US News and World report was discharged on Sunday evening, rank establishments in view of 12 markers.
The positioning, by the World Report and US news, records the college at 95th among Asian colleges. Henceforth, QAU is the main college from Pakistan which has been incorporated into the rundown of top Asian Universities in the positioning list.But, in the worldwide rankings, the college positions at 539 alongside a worldwide score of 49.1. This was down from 496 generally that US News and World Report had set it on the 2015 rankings.The provincial rankings have been gotten by East Asian nations especially with Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Singaporean colleges making up the main 10 Asian colleges.
College of Tokyo, National University of Singapore and Peking University were set as the main three Asian colleges in the positioning rundown.
These pointers incorporate worldwide and provincial research notoriety, productions, books, meetings, standardized reference affect, add up to references, number of distributions which are among the 10% most refered to, rate of aggregate productions that are among the 10% most refered to, global collaboration, number of profoundly refered to papers that are among the main 1% most refered to in their separate field, rate of aggregate distributions that are among the main one for each penny most exceedingly refered to papers.
As indicated by the authorities, the positioning is exceptionally viewed as it is more quality arranged while alternate rankings like QS and Times Higher Education Rankings, give more weightage to quantity.The staff and additionally the authorities of QAU said that the college had accomplished this qualification regardless of being injured by budgetary limitations including a resolved spending deficiency in the scope of Rs500-600 million rupees for quite a long while
Dr Niaz, Assistant teacher of QAU said that it demonstrates a real change in the college.
"Despite every one of the requirements the QAU workforce is conveying while other all around supported college alongside tremendous framework appear to be no place in the positioning," he stated.