7 Pakistani Universities Listed in QS Top 1000 World Rankings
The UK-based rating office, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has discharged its rankings with seven Pakistani colleges making the rundown of the world’s best 1000 colleges.
Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) has topped the rundown of Pakistani colleges in the rankings. Positioning 375 on the QS with a general score 29.2, it remains among the world’s best 500 colleges. Also, the establishment has improved its situation from 397 a year ago.
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) Islamabad has likewise improved its position fundamentally from 417 to 400. Its general score is 28.2.
Here’s How Pakistani Universities Ranked in the QS Subject Rankings for 2019
The third Pakistani college in the rundown is Quaid-e-Azam University that possesses the positioning scope of 511-520, denoting an improvement from 551-560 a year ago.
Concerning different colleges, COMSATS, University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Lahore, and University of Punjab positioned in 801-1000. COMSATS dove down a couple of spaces this year, as it was positioned in 751-800 a year ago. Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) was positioned in the range 701-750. It can’t be resolved whether the college improved or not, as QS just gives just a range for low-positioned colleges.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) of the US has topped the outlines with a score of 100, holding the spot for the eighth continuous year. The second position has been held by Stanford University having a general score of 98.4 and the third by Harvard University with a general score of 97.4.