Thapar University, Patiala, one of India’s top technical universities, has been rated AAA+ in an independent rating survey conducted by the Outlook group.
A survey by Career 360 (flagship magazine of Pathfinder Publishing Pvt. Ltd) rated the University AAA+. IITs; NITs and deemed universities across 24 states were surveyed for the ratings. Thapar University is the only University from Punjab to get an AAA+ rating.
Dr. Abhijit Mukherjee, Director, Thapar University said, “At Thapar University we believe in promoting superior quality technical education and this rating has validated our efforts. This would not have been possible without the support of every Thaparian. It’s a proud moment for everybody at the University and will encourage us to do better in the years to come.”
Institutions were grouped into three major categories, based on their entrance examinations: the IIT-JEE institutions, AIEEE institutions and the state-level institutions. The private and deemed universities have been grouped separately. For rating of state-level engineering colleges, which form the bulk of the 3000-plus colleges in the country, the database provided by the departments of technical education, or formal committees such as the Admission Committee for Professional Courses, or higher education councils mandated by the state were looked into.
About Thapar University:
The Thapar University is today recognized among the leading privately managed grant-in-aid engineering institutions of the country and the best of its kind in the north-western region of India. NAAC, an Autonomous Institution of UGC, has reaccredited Thapar University and award A Grade.
The TTC with its three institutions viz, TU, TP and TCIRD, is today a unique Campus in our country with extraordinary potential for development of indigenous technology and its engineering industries.
A Centre of Relevance and Excellence (CORE) has been set up at Thapar University by TIFAC Mission REACH of Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India in its first phase of setting up eight CORES at various Institutes and Universities spread all over the country.