Seven Universities of Rajasthan find place in top 100 list of HRD

BITS - Pilani, Rajasthan

Rajasthan University not finding place in top 100, BITS on leads

The ministry of Human Resource Development announced the top 100 universities list, in these list seven universities of Rajasthan finding place but Rajasthan University was in taking any place in this list.

Birla Institute of Technology & Science – Pilani having the top most place from the list of Rajasthan. These seven universities which are listing in HRD list having good study environment for student and it’s also having a multi featured campus and facility.

According HRD list these Universities of Rajasthan take place:

  • Birla Institute of Technology & Science – Pilani (AIR – 9)
  • Banasthali University (AIR – 29)
  • Central University of Rajasthan (AIR – 34)
  • University of Kota (AIR - 78)
  • LNM Institute of Information Technology (AIR – 85)
  • Sir Padampat Singhania University (AIR – 95)
  • Rajasthan University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences (AIR – 97)

These all universities are having experienced faculties more of them having PhD holder.

BITS – Pilani having 535 regular faculties from which 417 are experience PhD holders. It spends Rs. 171 lacks on e-journal and e-books while Rs 58 lacks on physical books and journal. Same as Bansasthali University having 393 faculties from which 277 are experienced PhD holder. It is also spend Rs 173 lacks on e-journal and e-books while Rs 70 lacks on physical books and journals.

Central University of Rajasthan having 34th ranks in this list why, because it will reduces it expenses on journals and books.

On the other hand Rajasthan University doesn’t having any place in this list because of improper management of University.

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