Which Top Companies Prefer to Hire College Students? This is the list-Indian College is also included

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Which are the colleges from where after studying Is it easy to get job in top companies? You will get the answer to this question from the latest THE ranking 2022. Times Higher Education has released the list of colleges in the country and the world which are on top in terms of employment. Where big companies consider students employable in every way. Its name is Global Employability Ranking. In such a situation, three Indian institutions have made it to the top 100 of the world. IIT Delhi is at number one.

However, it has decreased by one rank as compared to IIT Delhi 2021. However, it remains at number 1 in India. In 2021, where IT Delhi was ranked 27th in the world in employability ranking. In 2022, its rank has become 28th. On the other hand, other Indian institutions have made strides at the global level.

The list includes the top 250 universities in the world. It includes the names of 7 institutions of India. Here are the separate global and national level lists.

Top 10 universities in the world in terms of jobs

rank 2022 rank 2021 university name Country
1 1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) We
2 2 California Institute of Technology We
3 3 Harvard University America
4 4 Cambridge University UK
5 5 Stanford University We
6 8 University of Oxford UK
7 6 University of Tokyo Japan
8 9 National University of Singapore Singapore
9 10 Princeton University We
10 7 Yale University We

Top 10 Universities in India for Jobs

rank 2022 rank 2021 university name
28 27 IIT Delhi
58 61 IISc Bangalore
72 97 IIT Bombay
154 162 IIM Ahmedabad
155 170 IIT Kharagpur
225 225 Amity University
242 248 Bangalore University

According to the Times Higher Education Employability Ranking 2022 report, in 2022, a total of 8 lakh graduate students got jobs in a year from these 250 universities. A total of 98,014 votes were taken for this survey from employers around the world. They polled based on which universities teach their students the skills they need to succeed in the workplace.

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