Amity University, Mumbai shines in Times Higher Education Impact Ranking 2022

Amity University, Mumbai has been ranked between the top 101-200 universities in Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings-2022. Amity University, Mumbai bagged the ranking especially in excelling in the areas of “Quality of education provided” “Gender equality” and “Partnership & collaboration”.

 

The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings are the only global performance tables that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).It assesses university commitment to sustainability across four broad areas: research, stewardship, outreach and teaching. The rankings provide the definitive list of the world’s best universities, with an emphasis on the research mission.

 

THE Impact Rankings which are conducted to demonstrate a university’s commitment to delivering SDGs make it compulsory for universities to have SDG 17, Partnership for the Goals, for inclusion in the overall table.

 

How is the ranking created?

A university’s final score in the overall table is calculated by combining its score in SDG 17 with its top three scores out of the remaining 16 SDGs. SDG 17 accounts for 22 per cent of the overall score, while the other SDGs each carry a weight of 26 per cent. This means that different universities are scored based on a different set of SDGs, depending on their focus.

 

The score from each SDG is scaled so that the highest score in each SDG in the overall calculation is 100 and the lowest score is 0. This is to adjust for minor differences in the scoring range in each SDG and to ensure that universities are treated equitably, whichever SDGs they have provided data for.

 

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022 include more than 1,600 universities across 99 countries and territories, making them the largest and most diverse university rankings to date. This year’s ranking analysed more than 108 million citations across over 14.4 million research publications and included survey responses from almost 22,000 scholars globally. Overall, we collected over 430,000 datapoints from more than 2,100 institutions that submitted data.

 

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