What after class 12th? is the most difficult question that runs through every student’s mind.From the Last couple of years, its became a trend to pursue Engineering or Medical after 12th.In the race of Professional Courses like BBA, BCA, Hotel Management etc; How many of us want to pursue regular courses like B.Sc/B.com or BA? The number is Huge. Every year Lakhs of aspirants apply for various regular Courses offered by Different state and private level Top colleges in India.Students always inquire about various parameters and ranking of a particular college before taking admission to their favourite courses. Like every year this year too NIRF updated a list of Top 100 Colleges in India on its official Website.Miranda House, Delhi (DU)
The main Idea behind the NIRF Ranking of Top 100 Colleges in India is to guide students to some of the best-known courses after 12th and colleges centred around the subject. This year Delhi-based Miranda House (Delhi University) has bagged the number 1 Ranking followed by Loyola College, Chennai and Sri Ram College of Commerce(SRCC), Delhi in 2nd and 3rd Position. Let us now first check out the Admission procedure and Ranking methodology of NIRF before going to Top 100 Colleges in India.
Top 100 Colleges in India
How NIRF Rank the college?
To outline the Brand value of a specific College in India, the Concept of NIRF Ranking was introduced by the Ministry of Human Resource & Development(MHRD) on 29th September 2015. The main Idea behind the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) is to outlines a methodology to rank institutions across the country.
NIRF Ranking methodology of ranking various institutions across the country is made by a Core Committee that Consist of High order Thinkers, Professor and Other Reputed Think Tanks of India. The major aim of NIRF Lies in identifying the broad parameters for ranking various universities and institutions. The parameters broadly cover mainly five things “Teaching, Learning and Resources,” “Research and Professional Practices,” “Graduation Outcomes,” “Outreach and Inclusivity,” and “Perception”.
Admission into these Elite group of Top 100 Colleges in India is made through Certain Aptitude Tests or Marks Scored by the candidate in class 12th. The college holds the supreme Authority to make Cutoff (Minimum qualifying Marks) for a particular Courses. A separate Entrance Test is also being conducted by different Colleges for admission purpose.
Most of the Top Colleges in India like Delhi University make the admission process in two different ways.
Most of the top colleges in India prefer Merit Based selection for different Undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Candidates are selected using the different round of Cutoff(Qualifying Marks) made by the college Itself. Here academic marks play an important role.
Example: Delhi University.
Many colleges prefer a separate entrance test for the selection of Candidates to a particular course. A Candidate wants to pursue any courses has to go through standard qualification criteria and an entrance test specially designed by the college to check the depth of the knowledge the student have.
Example: Banaras Hindu University Undergraduate Entrance Test (BHU UET).
Based on these admission Criteria, candidates may also be shortlisted for Personal interview to finally get selected to these Top colleges in India.
These Elite colleges in India offers a wide range of career option in Science, Commerce, Humanities and other subject Studies. Minimum Educational Qualification required to apply for various Courses offered by Top Colleges in India is 12th. Some of the most popular regular courses offered in India are as followed.
- Hotel Management.
- Bachelor in Environmental Management.
- Bachelor of Foreign Trade Management.
- Aviation and Hospitality Management.
- Tourism Management.
List of Top 100 Colleges in India
Here is the Complete Updated list of Top 100 Colleges in India with the Cumulative Marks Scored in NIRF Ranking Parameters 2017.
|Name of College||City||State||Score||Rank|
|Loyola College||District Chennai||Tamil Nadu||68.68||2|
|Shri Ram College of Commerce||Delhi||Delhi||67.18||3|
|Bishop Heber College||District Tiruchirapalli||Tamil Nadu||61.18||4|
|Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College||New Delhi||Delhi||60.68||5|
|St. Xavier`s College||Kolkata||West Bengal||59.12||6|
|Lady Shri Ram College for Women||New Delhi||Delhi||58.28||7|
|Dyal Singh College||New Delhi||Delhi||58.22||8|
|Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College||New Delhi||Delhi||58.06||9|
|The Women’s Christian College||Chennai||Tamil Nadu||57.37||10|
|P.S.G. College of Arts & Science||District Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu||55.64||11|
|Madras Christian College||District Kancheepuram||Tamil Nadu||55.44||12|
|Ayya Nadar Janaki Ammal College||District Virudhnagar||Tamil Nadu||54.62||13|
|P.S.G.R. Krishnammal College for Women||District Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu||53.97||14|
|Ethiraj College for Women||Chennai||Tamil Nadu||52.85||16|
|Christ College (Autonomous)||Thrissur||Kerala||52.62||17|
|Loreto College||Calcutta-16||West Bengal||51.85||18|
|Kongunadu Arts & Science College||District Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu||51.84||19|
|Acharya Narendra Dev College||Kalkaji||Delhi||51.06||20|
|AU College of Science and Technology||Visakhapatnam||Andhra Pradesh||50.85||21|
|Sri Krishna Arts and Science College||Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu||50.80||22|
|AU College of Arts and Commerce||Visakhapatnam||Andhra Pradesh||49.73||23|
|Andhra Loyola College||Vijayawada||Andhra Pradesh||49.41||24|
|Rajagiri College of Social Sciences||Dist. Ernakulam||Kerala||48.90||25|
|Holy Cross College||District Tiruchirapalli||Tamil Nadu||48.13||26|
|Fatima College (Autonomous)||Madurai||Tamil Nadu||47.95||27|
|Sacred Heart College||Dist. Ernakulam||Kerala||47.24||28|
|St. Joseph`s College of Commerce||Bengaluru||Karnataka||47.21||29|
|Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Information Technology and Biotechnology (RGIITBT)||Pune||Maharashtra||47.04||30|
|St. Joseph’s College||Dist. Calicut||Kerala||46.73||31|
|Post Graduate Government College for Girls||Chandigarh||Chandigarh||46.54||32|
|Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (Evening Classes)||New Delhi||Delhi||45.76||34|
|Fergusson College||Dist. Pune||Maharashtra||45.51||35|
|Degree College of Physical Education||Dist. Amravati||Maharashtra||45.48||36|
|Shri M.V. & Smt. N.V. Virani Science College||Dist. Rajkot||Gujarat||45.31||37|
|V.V. Vanniaperumal College for Women||District Virudhnagar||Tamil Nadu||45.06||38|
|Virudhunagar Hindu Nadars Senthikumara Nadar College||District Virudhnagar||Tamil Nadu||44.80||39|
|St. Xavier’s College||Mumbai||Maharashtra||44.67||40|
|Goswami Ganesh Dutta S.D. College||Sector 32 Chandigarh||Chandigarh||44.56||41|
|St. Joseph’s College||Dist. Trichur||Kerala||44.35||42|
|A.V.C. College-District Quaide-E-Milleth||District Quaide-E-Milleth||Tamil Nadu||44.29||43|
|Dr. N.G.P. Arts & Science College||District Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu||44.00||44|
|St Aloysius College (Autonomous)||Mangalore||Karnataka||44.00||44|
|Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College||New Delhi||Delhi||43.86||46|
|Justice Basheer Ahmed Sayeed College for Women||Chennai||Tamil Nadu||43.77||47|
|Mercy College||Dist. Palakkad||Kerala||43.68||48|
|Little Flower College||District Trichur||Kerala||43.59||49|
|K.S. Rangaswamy College of Arts and Science||Tiruchengode||Tamil Nadu||43.32||50|
|MES Keveeyam College||Valanchary||Kerala||43.30||51|
|Vimala College||Dist. Trichur||Kerala||43.23||52|
|Government College of Arts, Science and Commerce Quepem||Quepem||Goa||43.18||53|
|Holy Cross College||District Kanyakumari||Tamil Nadu||43.17||54|
|St. Mary’s College||Dist. Trichur||Kerala||42.72||55|
|Saiva Bhanu Kshatriya College||District Virudhnagar||Tamil Nadu||42.57||56|
|Gobi Arts and Science College-Karattatipalayam Post||Karattatipalayam Post||Tamil Nadu||42.39||57|
|Shri Shankarlal Sundarbai Shasun Jain College for Women||Chennai||Tamil Nadu||42.07||59|
|Meenakshi College for Women||District Chennai||Tamil Nadu||42.07||59|
|Vitthalbhai Patel and Rajarthan, P.T. Patel Science College||Dist. Anand||Gujarat||41.99||61|
|Srimathi D.N. Bhat Vaishnav College for Women||District Kancheepuram||Tamil Nadu||41.91||62|
|Kongu Arts & Science College||District Erode||Tamil Nadu||41.90||63|
|J.B. College||District Jorhat||Assam||41.81||64|
|Nirmala College for Women||District Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu||41.73||65|
|Rathinam College of Arts and Science||Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu||41.69||66|
|Mahendra Arts & Science College||Namakkal||Tamil Nadu||41.33||67|
|Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts & Science for Women||District Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu||40.89||68|
|SNR Sons College||Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu||40.29||69|
|St. Teresa’s College||Dist. Ernakula||Kerala||40.10||70|
|Sri D. Manjunatheswara College||Dist. Dakshin Kannad||Karnataka||39.96||71|
|Nanded Education Society`s Science College||Nanded||Maharashtra||39.47||72|
|Mannam Memorial N.S.S. College||Kollam||Kerala||38.99||73|
|Mehr Chand Mahajan D.A.V. College for Women||Sector-36, Chandigarh||Chandigarh||38.84||74|
|Hindusthan College of Arts and Science||Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu||38.65||75|
|K.S.R. College of Arts and Science for Women||Namakkal||Tamil Nadu||38.60||76|
|Bahauddin Govt. Science College||Dist. Junagadh||Gujarat||38.42||77|
|Rama Krishna Mission Vivekananda Centenary College||Rahara||West Bengal||38.29||78|
|S.D.M.S.M. Kalasala||District Krishna||Andhra Pradesh||38.28||79|
|Dr.V.S.Krishna Govt. Degree College||Visakhapatnam||Andhra Pradesh||38.19||80|
|Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce||Pune||Maharashtra||38.05||81|
|S R M College of Arts and Science||Potheri||Tamil Nadu||38.03||82|
|Sai College of Computer Education||Dist. Osmanabad||Maharashtra||37.93||83|
|Assumption College||Dist. Kottayam||Kerala||37.92||84|
|Gayatri Vidya Parishad College for Degree and P.G Courses (Autonomous)||District Visakapatnam||Andhra Pradesh||37.56||85|
|Muthayammal College of Arts & Science||Namakkal||Tamil Nadu||37.46||86|
|St. Josephs College for Women, (Autonomous)||Visakhapatnam||Andhra Pradesh||37.15||87|
|Jankidevi Bajaj College of Science||District Wardha||Maharashtra||37.07||88|
|P.C. Jabin Science College||Dist. Dharwad||Karnataka||36.87||89|
|Anantapur Govt. College||District Anantapur||Andhra Pradesh||36.82||90|
|Nirmala College||Dist. Ernakulam||Kerala||36.53||91|
|K.B.N. College||District Krishna||Andhra Pradesh||36.36||92|
|V.S.M. College||Ramachandrapuram||Andhra Pradesh||36.15||93|
|J.G. College of Commerce||Hubli, Dist. Dharwad||Karnataka||36.03||94|
|Sacred Heart College (Autonomous)||Tirupattur||Tamil Nadu||35.43||95|
|National College||District Tiruchirapalli||Tamil Nadu||34.93||97|
|Raja Narendralal Khan Women’s College||District Midnapore||West Bengal||34.73||98|
|Bharti Vidyapeeth`s Matoshri Bayabai Shripatrao Kadam Kanya Mahavidyalaya||Dist. Sangli||Maharashtra||34.69||99|
|Thanthai Hans Roever College||Perambalur||Tamil Nadu||34.65||100|
Note: Though the NIRF Ranking is the most trusted methodology to decide between a good and the Best one but Just because the college is “highly-ranked” or “prestigious” doesn’t mean it’s the right College for you. Always keep in mind that one person’s dream college could be another’s nightmare. It’s always better to visit and experience the college.
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