India now trail Sri Lanka (129) by nine points and are followed by Pakistan (118) and England (118).
South Africa has lost its number-one position in the championship table after failing to qualify for the semi-finals.
Virat Kohli's good run catapulted him to the 10th position with a jump of nine places. The young Delhi batsman scored 185 in five matches and is fourth highest run-getter among all batsmen so far.
Among bowlers, Harbhajan Singh dropped out of top-20 as he slipped to 23rd with a loss of six places. R Ashwin zoomed to 25th spot after gaining 17 places.
Australia's Shane Watson continued to make an upward movement with his all-round exploits as he moved up one place to second in the T20 rankings for batsmen after becoming the highest run-getter in the tournament to date with 242 runs.
He is also the leading wicket-taker in the event with 11 wickets and this effort has helped him move up a place to sixth in the rankings for bowlers.
A combined effort with the bat and ball ensures that he remains the number-one ranked all-rounder in the world in this format. MORE