Times Higher Education recognized the University of Oxford as the world's top university of 2017, snatching the top spot away from the California Institute of Technology, which had held the top rank since 2012 when it displaced Harvard University. This is the first year in the history of this ranking that a university from the UK has held the top spot.
The World University Ranking by the Times Higher Education assesses research-intensive universities of different countries around the world across four key missions: research, teaching, spreading new knowledge, and international outlook.
Use the charts below to explore the most recent data from the Times Higher Education World Univerity Ranking 2016-2017.
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Key Findings: 1) The literacy rate for Tamil Nadu in 2011 has increased to 80.33 % from 73.45 % returned in the 2001 Census. Among the males, 86.81% are literates whereas among the females the rate is 73.86%. 2) The provisional population of India at 00.00 Hrs. of 1st March 2011 is 1,21,01,93,422 comprising of 62,37,24,248 males and 58,64,69,174 females. The Population of Tamil Nadu at the same reference date and time stood at 7,21,38,958 comprising of 3,61,58,871 males and 3,59,80,087 females. 3) The population of Tamil Nadu constitutes 5.96% of the India's Population. It ranks 7 among the States/UTs.
1) Norway Ranks 1 in Human development Index (HDI). HDI is considered a better measure of a country's progress than income growth. On the positive side, India's HDI has risen by 1.7% annually since 1980. The report lauds India's contribution by way of its spillover development effect on other countries. For instance, it points out that Indian firms have been supplying affordable medicines, medical equipment and information and communication technology to other poorer countries. 2) It estimates that by 2020, the combined economic output of the three leading developing countries India, Brazil and China will surpass the aggregate...