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June 29, 2019 Saturday 12:35:28 AM IST

OP Jindal Global University, the Youngest to Enter QS World University Rank

PIB: Vice Chancellor Prof. C. Raj Kumar presenting the QS Certificate of Achievement (for Entry into QS World University Rankings 2020) to the Union Minister of Human Resource Development, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank'

OP Jindal Global University (JGU) has become the youngest university to get a place in the QS World University Ranking 2020. 
Vice Chancellor Professor C Raj Kumar presented the QS Certificate of Achievement awarded to JGU for being ranked between 751-800 globally to Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal "Nishank", Union Minister for HRD.The university is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Out of the 28000 universities in the world, only 1001 are ranked in QS and out of that 50 were new entrants including JGU. 
The Minister was delighted that JGU is now amongst the top 2.67% of more than 28000 universities globally. "The fact that JGU is the only university in India dedicated to the study and research of the social sciences, arts & humanities to break into the QS World University Rankings is remarkable and I congratulate the JGU leadership and faculty for showing a path to academic excellence to all universities in India that have global ambitions."



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