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Short-term Pain Can Fix Most Fractures

India needs innovation and intervention across disciplines to be future-ready

Short-term Pain Can Fix Most Fractures
Short-term Pain Can Fix Most Fractures
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2017-05-27T11:28:21+05:30

India’s institutions of higher learning should aim to be globally preferred, with strong R&D, Nobel winners and global students. They should help to build a strong manufacturing and service base for the country. It is in this context of innovation and delivery that I view the Outlook rankings of professional colleges, done in collaboration with Drshti.

This year’s rankings include many new engineering colle­ges and saw enhanced participation from other streams. The process combines objective data from colleges, verified through visits to selected colleges, combined with the largest percept­ual survey to date: perceptual ratings by nea­rly 7,000 students, professors and recruiters and professionals. This composite ranking has been the most robust to date. It must be used to help identify areas for institutional improvement.

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