IIT Delhi shines at the top in management research ranking

IIT Delhi shines at the top in management research ranking
Pritha Roy Choudhury | 15th Mar, 2019 - 4:10 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, MARCH 15: IIT Delhi’s Department of Management Studies (DMS) attains an astounding rank of #1 in India for research in the recent QS World University Rankings by subject. Recent QS World University Rankings by Subject clearly depicts the management research prowess of the Department of Management Studies (DMS) faculty at IIT Delhi.  

Prof M.P. Gupta, HOD, DMS, said “Our entire team’s concerted efforts over the past 36 months is bearing fruit and the market place is recognizing, valuing and duly rewarding our students. We are at a 100% placements for our current batch and secured a 100% internships for the next batch. I thank our team and the market place for recognizing our true worth. As an Institute of Eminence (IoE) IIT Delhi and DMS will scale new heights in serving our ecosystem in an inclusive fashion.”

QS rankings for research indicates the department’s “Citations per Paper” at 82.5. This puts DMS, IITD in the top slot for “Business & Management Studies” in India, ahead of all IIM and IIT institutions, for “Citations per Paper” in this category.  

DMS, IITD is now ranked in the top 101-150 universities offering a “Business & Management Studies” program. A marked improvement over last year, when it was in the #151-200 rank. 

With IIT Delhi now designated as an Institute of Eminence (IoE) by MHRD, DMS is actively recruiting international faculty and students. A separate cell has been set up to realize the expectations of IoE. These efforts coupled with our extensive domestic faculty hiring will positively impact another QS ranking component- Faculty/Student ratio.  

These efforts, coupled with the upcoming focus on Entrepreneurship will assist in moving the final two parameters of Academic and Employer reputation. As all of these should move ahead, the overall rankings should be well below a global rank of 100 and onwards from there.

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