As the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) released the rank of the top Indian educational institutes on Monday, Jawaharlal Nehru University making at the top of the list has left people thinking that how the ‘anti-national’ JNU managed to be the 6th best university in India.
According to the list released by NIRF, Indian Institute of Science (IISc) at Bengaluru in Karnataka has been adjudged the No.1 higher educational institute in the country, while the Indian Institute of Management at Ahmedabad in Gujarat is the top management institute.
Delhi’s Jamia Hamdard College is the number one in pharmacy category, while Miranda House has been ranked the best college in the country.
The Union Human Resource Development Minister, Prakash Javadekar released the rankings by NIRF. Over 3,300 institutes participated in the second edition of the India Rankings.
Soon after the news about JNU made it to top 10 universities in India broke, social media site Twitter got flooded with the reactions. Here are the few of them:
What is criteria for being “Best” university ? It may Hill Tops of condemned condoms ,,,#JNU may be best Condominium ,,,but not university https://t.co/861AFpcDsd
— Ashok Garekar (@DrGarekar) April 3, 2017
So the university which is supposedly home to ‘anti-nationals’ is 2nd in #India. The rankings are definitely legit! #JNU #IndiaRankings2017
— Saubhagya Raizada (@Saubhagya97) April 3, 2017
JNU among top 3 Indian universities, something wrong with this HRD ministry ranking? @rupasubramanya @ARanganathan72 https://t.co/bB4a9bHGQR
— अमित सिंह (@amitsingh2203) April 3, 2017
@NPDay @htTweets jnu should be close rather than ranking list
— Ajay upadhyay (@Ajayupa548) April 3, 2017
#JNU my foot it’s awarded for its anti national activities sex scandals students and professor sex relationship wtf for what ?,@DrGarekar https://t.co/isyymiiyfh
— #Indianyogi (@jeevantejawat) April 3, 2017
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