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REVIEW ON NIRF

H. Srimathi, A. Krishnamoorthy.

Abstract
The higher education institutions of India needed a proven quality assurance mechanism to build the confidence in the quality of higher education. The region lags at the bottom of international rankings on quality, with the exception of a handful of well-rated universities. Many non-academic media such as magazines, newspapers, career sites have measured institutional quality and provided ranking. The wide acceptance of such media rankings are questioned as mostly influenced participation by very few institutions and mainly used for admission campaign. The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India (GOI) in the year 2015 launched National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) to evaluate the institutions with India centric parameter and also to minimize the impact of media ranking run by non-academic agencies. The NIRF has gained its momentum and confidence of public as it covers all kind of institutions and transparency in result announcement. The national ranking was used as one of the criteria to decide Institutes of Eminence (IOE) when there was a tie-break among institutions. The paper reviews the NIRF ranking and its impact.

Key words: NIRF, Parameters, Weightage, QS, THE World Ranking.


 
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