Tula’s Institute has been ranked in 36th position in top 50 private engineering colleges in India by Times of India 2018

Times of India releases 2018 Best Engineering Colleges Rankings

Top Btech College in Dehradun, Yes, we did it. Tula’s Institute is on 36th position in top 50 private engineering colleges in India by Times of India 2018 and also ranked as No.1 private engineering college in Uttarakhand.
Times Of India is fourth largest and leading newspaper in India. It is the largest selling Daily English newspaper in the world according to Audit Bureau of Circulations. It’s a phenomenal experience to come in the list of Times of India ranking. It is always a proud moment for us when we are being appreciated or being featured in India’s leading newspaper. We feel so honored that we have achieved 36th position in top 50 private engineering colleges in India by Times of India.

India is the seventh largest country in the world which has a strong higher education system. And Institutes like Tula’s Institute are helping the country a lot by offering quality education to the future generation. Tula’s Institute has been ranked as a Top Btech college in Uttarakhand due to a lot of reasons. Tula’s Institute is also known for offering cutting-edge learning methods for the students so that they can hone their skills and get ready for the corporate world.

To decide which is the best among all the others there are some standard parameters are introduced by the concerned department. Likewise, in India, NIRF is responsible for the ranking of institutions of higher educations.

The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) is a method adopted by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India, to rank institutions of higher education in India. The Framework was approved by the MHRD and launched by Minister of Human Resource Development on 29 September 2015.

There are 5 parameters on the basis of which NIRF allocates the ranking of different higher educational institutions. Following is the infographics released by Ministry Of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India.

Here are the five standard parameters which are used to rank the different institutions of higher education.

Teaching and Learning Resources:

Teaching and Learning Resources is the very first parameter. This parameter includes different aspects like the faculty-student ratio in college, the experience of permanent faculty members and the total budget of the college. If the strength of any college is low as compared to other, the number of permanent faculties is low then it will be difficult to get ranked in NIRF list. In another case, if a college takes contract-based faculty then it will also have a negative impact and it will also affect the ranking. The number of faculties per subject is also a major aspect of ranking.

Research and Professional Practice:

This is the second parameter. This includes the number of Doctorate (Ph.D.) and Postgraduate (Master degree) students in an institute. The conferences and other activities related to particular academic programs is also kept in mind. This also includes how much the institute is committed to excel the research and how many publications are done through the college. Research and development done by the institute, how much helpful for the advancement of technology? What types of research outputs are coming from the institution in various fields?

Graduation Outcome:

This is the third parameter. There are thousands of colleges in India who only focus only on student intake, rather than providing quality education and practical training to the students. Not providing quality education ruins their future which could be splendid and they could be more innovative and productive to the society?
Due to various reasons a lot of students end up in a job without proper practical knowledge of that field.
The above reason is the can also be a reason due to which most of the institutes have a low score in this section.

Outreach & Inclusivity:

This is the fourth parameter. This section takes care of this, how many students have taken admission in a particular institute and how many students are from other states/countries, how many women students are pursuing the course from that institute. Another aspect of this parameter is how does the institution support economically and socially challenged students? It also considers whether the institution admits of physically disabled people or not and what kind of facilities are provided to them.

Perception:

The fifth parameter is perception. It depends upon the which means what the people think about that organization? What are the reviews institute has? What is the outreach of an institute among the industries and other academic institutions? It is based on data collected online from the general public, in response to advertisements. This is to be done through a survey conducted over a large category of Employers and Research Investors, Professionals from Reputed Organizations, Officials of Funding agencies in government, the private sector, NGOs, etc.

As shown in the above picture these parameters are not only applicable to a particular field. It includes all the educational fields like engineering, management, law, pharmacy, architecture etc.

If we see all parameters which are used as a ranking parameter by NIHF is actually concerned to all the students who want to join an institute for better learning. If anyone is not able to make the decisions that which college will be the best for him/her, according to this figure, they can choose a good college for themselves for higher qualification.

Tula’s Institute fits in the above parameters

Tula’s Institute is the one and only Engineering and management institute in Uttarakhand who have Microsoft Innovation Centre in its campus. Tula’s Institute has Corporate Tie-ups with Red Hat, Microsoft, D-Link Academy which helps students to get next level knowledge related to their field. Tula’s Institute has collaborated with Red Hat for the advancement of the students. To make them aware what is going on in today’s world through skill-based practical training. Tula’s Institute also has Remote Robotics Lab in association with APS Lab, Germany which gives opportunities to discover upcoming technology, manufacturing experience on recent advancements in the field of automation and Industrial Robotics with world-class facilities.

Besides that Tula’s Institute is also known for its excellent placement. The Placement Cell of Tula’s Institute is in collaboration with corporate organizations to provide suitable jobs and internships for the candidates completing their studies from Tula’s Institute. Workshops and Seminars are conducted to train and inform the students to excel in the global market.

Students come from different states and countries. The states from where the greatest number of students come are Tripura, Delhi, Nagaland, Telangana and Jammu Kashmir and the countries are Nepal, Bhutan, Kabul, etc.

The college also has a very good reputation in the market. We are rated best college by the students.

Tula’s Institute believes in imparting practical training via Virtual Labs which is in association with few institutions like IIT Roorkee, IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Hyderabad and many more. Or in other words, we can say the state of art laboratory facility in all disciplines in engineering is present at Tula’s Institute.

Overall we can see that the parameters being used are standard. Every institute needs to fit in the above parameters if they want to be there among the top 100 institutions. However, Tula’s Institute has completely fulfilled the parameters/criteria which are needed to come in the list of Best Private Engineering College in India.