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Shoolini University Ranked No. 1 Private University in India

In Education
October 12, 2022

Scripting history for setting exemplary global standards in research, academic excellence and knowledge transfer, Himachal Pradesh-based Shoolini University has been ranked as Number 1 among private universities in India in the prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings for 2023. The university is ranked 351-400 overall and 39th in the world in THE Rankings on Citations, an indicator of the quality of research.

Founded in 2009, Shoolini University, an innovative, research-oriented university, has emerged as one of India’s leading multi-disciplinary universities, and has been figuring in the top rankings by various international and national ranking agencies.

Ranked in the 351-400 band globally in THE World University Rankings with only Indian Institute of Science ahead of it, Shoolini University figures in the band along with JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research, Bengaluru, a deemed university.

Based on an elaborate and rigorous assessment process, THE World University Rankings are considered to be the world’s largest and most reputed rankings, which act as a valuable resource for international students and universities by helping them identify the right candidates and institutions of higher learning.

Terming the achievement as a matter of national pride, Shoolini University Chancellor and Founder Dr P.K. Khosla said, “This ranking will enable us to be recognised as one of the world’s best institutions for higher education and research. It is a collective outcome of the untiring efforts put in by our faculty to establish new benchmarks in teaching and research. Motivated by a multidisciplinary approach to education powered by state-of-the-art infrastructure, cutting-edge research, highly competent faculty, unmatched industry exposure, notable international collaborations and an enviable placement record, we aim to be in the league of top 200 global universities by 2026.”