Meghalaya put up a poor show in NIRF rankings

It is a matter of pride that the institutes from Northeastern states of Assam could make it in the list of top 100s

North-Eastern Hill University in Meghalaya has been ranked 90th in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (Overall ranking category) by the Union Ministry of Education.
The University has slipped to the 90th position with a score of 42.79. Indian Institute of Technology Madras (Chennai) tops the overall ranking category.
Meanwhile, at the University ranking, North Eastern Hill University is at 59th position with 44.24 scores. In the 2016 rankings, NEHU was placed 15th position.
Whereas The Indian Institute of Science (Bengaluru) is ranked as the top University in the country, followed by Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi), Banaras Hindu University is at the third position, while, Calcutta University is ranked 4th, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Coimbatore is ranked 5th.
While only two Universities from the Northeast could enter in the top 50 Universities ranking, Gauhati University with 47.35 score stands at 45th position, followed by Tezpur University is at 46th position with 47.27 scares.
In the top 10 overall ranking tally, only the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati could enter as the institute is listed as 8th.
None of the state colleges could make it to the top 100.
In the top 10 overall ranking tally, only the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati could enter as the institute is listed as 8th.
Amongst the Engineering colleges in the country, the National Institute of Technology Meghalaya is ranked at 59 with a score of 45.37.
The NEHU Campus in Meghalaya
Image: The NEHU Campus in Meghalaya
India Rankings 2021, amongst the Management colleges, the Indian Institute of Management Shillong is ranked 23rd with a score of 56.87.
Earlier, the Ministry of Education has claimed that Meghalaya has become the worst performer in school education in India as the state is placed at the bottom of the chart with just 649 points.
Five NE states-- Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh--were among the worst performers as per the Performance Grading Index, which was released three months back by then Education Minister  Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank.
The Performance Grading Index report has come as a major embarrassment for Meghalaya, which aims to become an educational hub.
According to the report, Meghalaya's performance was the second-worst in the country, after Bihar, mostly because of its lack of infrastructure and other facilities.
Now, in the higher education sector, the state continues this dismaying performance.

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