6. Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IITR)
ITTR was founded in 1847, but gained its status in 1949. Today it is ranked as 39th on the BRICS rank and in 2001, it became an Institute of Technology. It has 21 departments and offers programs in applied sciences, engineering, humanities, management and social sciences. In the top 150 of the global rank, it has structural and civil engineering courses.
7. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IITKGP)
IIT Kharagpur is a technical university and is ranked 25th in the BRICS ranking. IITK was founded in 1951 as a technical and science training institute and it was the first institute of technology in India. Today, there are more than 9,000 students on the largest campus of this kind of university.
8. The University of Delhi
The highest ranked Indian non-technical university, which is ranked as 41st on the BRICS rank.
It is actually a collegiate with 77 affiliated colleges with over 132,400 students. It was established by the British and Indian government in 1922. The University of Delhi’s course of development studies is ranked 18th and course of anthropology is in the top 100.
9. The University of Calcutta
The University of Calcutta is ranked as 54th university in the BRICS ranking. It is a multidisciplinary and public university and it was founded in 1857 in the Calcutta. It has 14 campuses across the city and suburbs, with more than 23,000 students.
10. Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
ITTG is also ranked as 54th university as the University of Calcutta in the BRICS ranking. It is founded in 1994 and has six research centers, which focus on environment, energy, educational technology, mass media communication and nanotechnology. This young university is considered to be among the most beautiful ones. It is located in the North Guwahati.