The Institute has got a rank of 112 in 2022 in the Engineering category of the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) of the Ministry of Education, Government of India. In its very first year when it became eligible, IIITG had got a rank of 66 in 2020 and it got a rank of 73 in 2021. See details

Even though its ranking has gone down this year, it is the only IIIT in PPP mode to be in the top 200 of the rankings in this category.

An analysis shows that the Institute’s marks decreased by 2.89 as compared to 2021, The primary reason for this was a reduction of 2.91 marks due the adverse faculty-student ratio. While the faculty strength has remained almost the same, the number of students have increased.

Improving the faculty-student ratio is not easy for an Institute dependent entirely on its own income for its functioning. But the Institute has scope of increasing its marks under the category of “Research and Professional Practice”. While our number of publications are quite good, the quality has to improve.