Ranking Methodology for School


The Chanakya Institute Ranking ( CIR ) is one of the largest academic rankings of Higher Education Institutions and every six months an independent, objective, free, open scientific exercise is performed by the JSR Lab for the providing reliable, multidimensional, updated and useful information about the performance of Institution from all over the world based on their web presence and impact.


Objectives and motivation

The main aim of the Institution Ranking is to promote academic information, supporting the Open Access initiatives for increasing significantly the transfer of scientific, Research and the actual information knowledge generated by the universities to the whole Society and Academic Outcomes. In order to achieve this objective, the publication of rankings is one of the most powerful and successful methods  for starting and consolidating the processes of change in the academia, increasing the scholars’ commitment and setting up badly needed long term strategies

        The objective is not to evaluate websites, their design or usability or the popularity of their contents according to the number of visits or visitors. Web indicators are considered as proxies in the correct, comprehensive, deep evaluation of the university global performance, taking into account its activities and outputs and their relevance and impact.


Philosophy and justification

Chanakya Institution Ranking (CIR) only publishes a Institutional Ranking of Universities/Institution in their edition. The result is of a careful investigation and it is not open to individual choosing by users without enough knowledge or expertise in this field.

CIR is a ranking of all the universities/Individual Institution of the India, not only a few hundred institutions from the developed world but also “World-class” universities usually are not small or very specialized institutions.

CIR is continuously researching for improving the Methodology of ranking, evolving the methods and the weighting model to provide a better classification. It is a shame that a few rankings maintain stability between editions without correcting errors or tuning up indicators. 


Ranking Methodology

Chanakya Ranking is based on following methods which shown to all Students or web browser and it is indexed by world’s largest data base of Open journal system.

 Infrastructure

  • Campus size in Acers
  • Security statics of campus
  • No of laboratory
  • Types/Grade of Security staff
  • Availability of CCTV in campus
  • Number of class rooms available in each department
  • Number of Tutorials available in each department
  • Number of Virtual/Smart Class rooms  in each department
  • Number of innovative Laboratory sponsored/ installed in collaboration of Industry
  • Hostel capacity for Boys
  • Hostel capacity of Girls
  • Availability of GYM
  • Ground for Sport
  • Facility of Library for Resident  students 
  • Accommodation type in Hostel(Two /Three /Four)
  • Availability of number of Mess/canteen in campus
  • Qualification of Mess In charge/Coordinator

 Teaching, Learning & Resources

  • Student Strength including Research  Students
  • Teaching Methodology opt by the teachers
  • Faculty-student ratio with emphasis on faculty
  • Number of Doctorate faculty
  • Number of Industrial Personal appointed as Adjunct faculty
  • Retention ratio of Faculty
  • Total Budget and Its Utilization for the R & D purpose
  • Number of Staff Members sponsored for the higher Studies
  • Social event organized by Institutions
  • Unnat Bharat Scheme opted by Institution
  • Ad on courses running by institutions
  • Number of Human Values  related Courses running by the Institution

Research and Professional Practice

  • Number of Research Publication of faculty in semester wise
  • Number of Project sectioned to  the Individual faculty
  • Patent registered by students in the name of Institution
  • Project sponsored for the Final year students
  • Incubation Center
  • Entrepreneurship cell for Students
  • How many Entrepreneurs is given by Institution to the country
  • Number of products is available in  the  market innovate by the Instruction
  • Number of books published by faculty in each year

 Outreach and Innovativeness

  • Percentage Students from other states/countries
  • Ratio of Girls vs Boys Students
  • Ratio of Ladies faulty vs Gents Faculty
  • Ratio of Local faculty vs Other State /Countries faculty
  • Economically and Socially Challenged Students
  • Facilities for Physically Challenged Students