NEW DELHI: The OP Jindal Global University (JFU) has been ranked in the top 150 ‘Young’ Universities in the world by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). The University has become the only Indian private university to be ranked in the 101-150 band among the young universities under the age of 50 years in the world.
JGU is also the only Indian university which solely focuses on Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities to feature in these rankings. "JGU’s recognition in the top 150 young universities in the world is a fantastic development. It only underscores the point that age and time are no limitations, if you have the desire, commitment, hard work and perseverance to build a world class university," said JGU founding Chancellor Naveen Jindal.
"To be among the top 150 universities in the world also creates greater responsibility as we move towards aspiring for higher levels of excellence. The faculty, students, staff and all stakeholders of JGU have been remarkably galvanised by this extraordinary work," said JGU founding VC C Raj Kumar.
The varsity also ranked in the QS World Ranking 2021 among 651-700 universities in world. The QS World University Rankings represent a vast landscape of universities right from young universities to universities that have been around for hundreds of years.