iit ism dhanbad rankings 2017 engineering college

IIT Dhanbad rankings are clinching of IIT tag last year. Meanwhile, institute has been an outstanding performer in Earth Science branches (best in India), but in other branches too institute has shown improved performance. IIT ISM Dhanbad is amongst top engineering colleges of India, cut off for undergraduate programme is quite competitive as compared to other new iits, admission is through IIT JEE, after which seats are allotted in 7 counseling rounds conducted by JoSSA ( Joint Seat Allocation Authority) ever year. Campus spans over area – 208 acres in size but more land is allotted for the institute to expand further.

Read More: ISM to IIT conversion

Over the years rankings of the institute were poor except the earth science branches but after the conversion of ism to iit ranking have been constantly improving, cutoff for M Tech and PhD are raising and IIT Dhanbad seems closer in entering the premier league of old IITs (Ivy League of India, lol).

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Rankings: 2017

 

OrganisationRankingRegion
National Institutional Ranking Framework, MHRD (Overall)53India
National Institutional Ranking Framework, MHRD (Engineering)23India
BRICS201-250*Selected
Outlook Round Table21India
QS: Mining & Mineral Category24Worldwide

 

*Selected= Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa

 

Basis of Rankings

 

  1. Teaching, Learning & Resources (TLR) (Ranking weight: 0.30, Marks: 100)
    • Student Strength including Doctoral Students(SS): 20 Marks
    • Faculty-student ratio with emphasis on permanent faculty (FSR): 30 marks
    • Combined metric for Faculty with PhD (or equivalent) and Experience (FQE): 20 marks
    • Financial Resources and their Utilisation (FRU): 30 Marks
  2. Research and Professional Practice (RP) (Ranking weight: 0.30, Marks:100)
    • Combined metric for Publications (PU): 40 marks
    • Combined metric for Quality of Publications (QP): 40 marks
    • IPR and Patents: Published and Granted (IPR): 15 marks
    • Footprint of Projects and Professional Practice (FPPP): 5 marks
  3. Graduation Outcomes (GO) (Ranking weight: 0.20, Marks: 100 )
    • Combined metric for Placement and Higher Studies (GPH): 40marks
    • Metric for University Examinations(GUE): 15 marks
    • Median Salary(GMS): 25 marks
    • Metric for Number of Ph.D. Students Graduated (GPHD): 20 marks
  4. Outreach and Inclusivity (OI)  (Ranking weight: 0.10, Marks: 100)
    • Percent Students from other states/countries (Region Diversity RD): 30 marks
    • Percentage of Women (Women Diversity WD): 25 marks
    • Economically and Socially Challenged Students (ESCS): 25 marks
    • Facilities for Physically Challenged Students (PCS): 20 marks
  5. Perception (PR) (Ranking weight: 0.10, Marks: 100)
    • Peer Perception: Employers and Research Investors (PREMP): 25 marks
    • Peer Perception: Academic Peers(PRACD): 50 marks
    • Public Perception (PRPUB): 25 marks

 

IIT (ISM) History

 

The Indian National Congress at its XVII Session of December 1901 passed a resolution stating that “in view of the fact that the tendency of recent legislation namely, The Indian Mines Act VII of 1901, is that all Indian mines must be kept under the supervision of mining experts, the Congress is of opinion that a Government College of Mining Engineering be established in some suitable place in India on the models of the Royal School of Mines in England, Mining Colleges of Japan and at other places in the continent”. The McPherson Committee formed by Govt. of India, recommended the establishment of an institution for imparting education in the fields of Mining and Geology, whose report, submitted in 1920, formed the main basis for establishment of the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad.

The Indian School of Mines was formally opened on 9th December 1926, by Lord Irwin, the then Viceroy of India to address the need for trained manpower related to mining activities in the country with disciplines of Mining and Applied Geology. In 1967 it was granted the status of a deemed to be university under Section 3 of UGC Act, 1956.

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