Indian University rankings


The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) outlines a methodology to rank institutions across the country. The methodology draws from the overall recommendations broad understanding arrived at by a Core Committee set up by MHRD, to identify the broad parameters for ranking various universities and institutions. The parameters broadly cover “Teaching, Learning and Resources,” “Research and Professional Practices,” “Graduation Outcomes,” “Outreach and Inclusivity,” and “Perception”.

India Rankings – 2016 based on this framework were released on 4th April 2016.

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World’s Best at one place


Compiled from various sources via Google and Bing search.

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THE WORLDS MOST INNOVATIVE COMPANIES 2013

Nike:  The No 1 Most innovative company of 2013: Nike’s broke out into technology, data and services with Sensors in Shoes and developing Software apps. In 2012 Nike developed the most famous Fuelband a $150 Electronic bracelet that measures your movements throughout the day whether you play tennis, jog or just walk to work. It helps in monitoring how many calories you burnt.  The other innovation is “Flyknit Racer” , feather light shoes that feel more like a sock atop a sole. Nike’s CEO is Mark Parker and has 44000 employees with worldwide revenue at $24 billion

Amazon: It is the E-Commerce giant of the world. It is known for delivery of goods and services at an outstanding speed that rivals like FEDEX, UPS, USPS envy. They have to work hard to keep up with Amazon’s speed of service to their customers. It diversified into Software hosting services (Cloud computing) and giving sleepless nights to tech giants like Google, Ebay, IBM and retailer like Walmart.

Square: This Company is famous for spreading Mobile payments revolution across the world.  It processes $10 billion worth of mobile payments annually.

Splunk: Every click on any website data, every customer call and every credit card transaction, every tweet on twitter and every work on Facebook post. All these data is monitored, collected and indexed in real time creating opportunities for its clients to improve business. That is what Splunk does which enabled them to make $70 million in 2012.

Fab: It makes sales to dozens of online boutiques of design centric clothing’s with a $150 Million revenue in 2012. International sales went from zero to 30% in 2012.

The World’s most powerful people

There are nearly 7.1 billion people on the planet. But  71 among them matters the most. The top 12 are as follows

  1. Barrack Obama  President of United states
  2. Angela Merkel Chancellor, Germany
  3. Vladimir Putin President, Russia.
  4. Bill Gates Cochair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
  5. Pope Benedict XVI Pope, Roman Catholic Church
  6. Ben Bernanke Chairman, U.S. Federal Reserve
  7. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al Saud  King, Saudi Arabia
  8. Mario Draghi President, European Central Bank
  9. Xi Jinping General Secretary, Communist Party Of China
  10. David Cameron Prime Minister, United Kingdom.
  11. Carlos Slim Helu Chairman, Carlos Slim Foundation
  12. Sonia Gandhi President, Indian National Congress

World Youngest but powerful people of the planet

  1. Mark Zuckerberg, 28 CEO, Facebook
  2. Kim Jong-Un, 29 Supreme Leader, North Korea
  3. Larry Page & Sergey Brin, 39 Cofounders, Google
  4. Elon Musk, 41 CEO, SpaceX, Tesla Motors
  5. Robin Li, 44 Cofounder and CEO, Baidu
  6. Reid Hoffman, 45 Venture capitalist
  7. David Cameron, 46 British Prime Minister
  8. Enrique Pena Nieto, 46 President-elect of Mexico
  9. Dmitry Medvedev, 47  Russian Prime Minister
  10. Jeff Bezos, 48 Amazon CEO

2013 Richest people on the planet

  1. Carlos Slim Helu Net worth: $73 billion Country: Mexico Source of wealth: Telecom
  2. Bill Gates Net worth: $67 billion Country: U.S. Source of wealth: Microsoft
  3. Amancio Ortega Net worth: $57 billion Country: Spain Source of wealth: Zara
  4. Warren Buffet Net worth: $53.5 billion Country: U.S. Source of wealth: Berkshire Hathaway
  5. Larry Ellison Net worth: $43 billion Country: U.S.Source of wealth: Oracle
  6. Charles Koch Net worth: $34 billion Source: U.S. Source of wealth: Diversified
  7. David Koch Net worth: $34 billion Country: U.S. Source of wealth: Diversified
  8. Li Ka-shing Net worth: $31 billion Country: Hong Kong Source of wealth: Diversified
  9. Liliane Bettencourt & family Net worth: $30 billion Country: France
  10. Bernard Arnault Net worth: $29 billion Country: France Source of wealth: LVMH

Top 10 richest Indians

  1. Mukesh ambani
  2. Lakshmi Mittal
  3. Azim Premzi
  4. Pallonji Mistry
  5. Dilip Shanghvi
  6. Adi Godrej
  7. Savitri Jindal
  8. Shashi and Ravi Ruia of Essar group
  9. Hinduja brothers  Prakash, Srichand, Gopichand and Ashok
  10. Kumar Mangalam Birla

Top 10 Women Billionaires

  1. Rosalia Mera $6.1 billion SPAIN, ZARA
  2. Wu Yajun $4.3 billion CHINA, REAL ESTATE
  3. Chan Laiwa $4.1 billion CHINA, REAL ESTATE
  4. Diane Hendricks $3.8 billionUS, ROOFING
  5. Zhang Xin $3.6 billion CHINA, REAL ESTATE
  6. Doris Fisher $2.8 billion US, GAP
  7. Oprah Winfrey $2.8 billion US, MEDIA
  8. Marion Ilitch $2.7 billion US, PIZZA
  9. Lynda Resnick $2.2 billion US, DIVERSIFIED
  10. Giuliana Benetton $2 billion ITALY, FASHION

Forbes Largest Indian companies

Name of the company Industry Type
Hindustan Petroleum Oil & gas operations
NMDC Materials
Tata Motors Capital goods
Wipro Business services & supplies
DLF Diversified Financials
Hindalco Industries Materials
ITC Food, drink & tobacco
Punjab National Bank Banking
Reliance Industries Oil & gas operations
Axis Bank Banking
Bank of Baroda Banking
Canara Bank Banking
State Bank of India Group Banking
Bank of India Banking
GAIL (India) Utilities
ICICI Bank Banking
Indian Oil Oil & gas operations
Oil & Natural Gas Oil & gas operations
Bharti Airtel Telecommunications
National Aluminium Materials
NTPC Utilities
Power Grid of India Utilities
Steel Authority of India Materials
Tata Steel Materials
Unitech Construction
HDFC Housing Development Diversified financials
Larsen & Toubro Capital goods
Reliance Communications Telecommunications
Tata Consultancy Services Business services & supplies
Bharat Heavy Electricals Capital goods
Bharat Petroleum Oil & gas operations
HDFC Bank Banking
Infosys Technologies Business services & supplies
Bharti Tele-Ventures Telecommunications services
Union Bank of India Banking
Indl Dev Bank of India Banking
Oriental Bank of Commerce Banking
Bajaj Auto Consumer durables
UCO Bank Banking
Indian Overseas Bank Banking

 

Top 10 Innovative companies in India

  1. Mahindra Reva
  2. Selco
  3. GVK-EMRI
  4. IndiGo
  5. Micromax
  6. Sarvajal
  7. Attero Recycling
  8. Vaatsalya
  9. Skymet
  10. UFO Moviez

Top 10 Innovative companies in Mobile

  1. Uber
  2. Evernote
  3. Kiip
  4. Azumio
  5. Square
  6. SwiftKey
  7. eBay
  8. Voxer
  9. Gigwalk
  10. Apptopia

Top 10 Innovative companies in Robotics

  1. iRobot
  2. Recon Robotics
  3. Google
  4. Mazor Robotics
  5. SpaceX
  6. Lockheed Martin
  7. PV-Kraftwerker
  8. Boston Dynamics
  9. Ekso Bionics
  10. Seegrid

 The top 10 Architecture companies of the world

1. Aecom (USA. 1,370 architects employed. Over $400m Fee Income)

2. Gensler (USA. 1,346. Over $400m)

3. IBI Group (Canada. 1,129. $160-169m)

4. Nikken Sekkei (Japan. 1,109. Over $400m)

5. Aedas (China/UK. 1, 078. $200-209m)

6. Perkins & Will (USA. 771. $220-229m)

7. DP Architects (Singapore. 736. $70-79m)

8. HOK (USA. 715. $240-249m)

9. Samoo Architects & Engineers (South Korea. 712. $250-259m)

10. Foster & Partners (UK. 646. $200-209m)

Architect Hafeez Contractor (India. 200. $30-39m) of India ranks 52nd ,  CP Kukreja (India. 130. $5-9m) ranks 81st  Morphogenesis (India. 110. $5-9m) ranks 92nd.

The top 10 Indian infrastructure construction companies in India

  1. Larsen & Toubro ,
  2. Lanco Simplex
  3. GMR
  4. DLF
  5. Tata Projects
  6. Gammon India
  7. Hindustan Construction Company
  8. Unitech
  9. Punj Lloyd 
  10. Nagarjuna Construction

The top 10 online Education companies of the world.

  1. Coursera
  2. Udacity
  3. Edx
  4. Rio Salado
  5. Amplify
  6. Gamedesk
  7. Duolingo
  8. InsideTrack
  9. FunDza
  10. ClassDojo

Worlds top 10 Energy companies

  1. ExxonMobil
  2. Royal Dutch Shell
  3. Chevron
  4. BP
  5. Gazprom
  6. Statoil
  7. Total
  8. ConocoPhillips
  9. PetroChina
  10. Rosneft

Top 10 Mechanical Engineering companies of the world

  1. Aviadvigatel
  2. Bystronic
  3. chemtech
  4. Design Continuum
  5. E.C.H. Will
  6. HAWE Hydraulik SE
  7. Kirov Plant
  8. Körber PaperLink
  9. Mechon
  10. Meyer Burger Technology

Top 10 wind manufacturing companies of the world

  1. Vestas
  2. Sinovel
  3. Goldwind
  4. Gamesa
  5. Enercon
  6. GE Energy
  7. Suzlon Group  (India)
  8. Guodian
  9. Siemens Wind Power
  10. Ming Yang

Top 10 Indian electrical engineering firms

  1. Bajaj International Private Ltd
  2. Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
  3. Crompton Greaves Limited (CGL)
  4. Dev Denso Power Ltd
  5. Info Edge (India) Ltd
  6. Penguin Engineering Ltd
  7. Bristol Fire Engineering
  8. Kelvin Electrical
  9. Siemens Ltd
  10. Wipro Lighting.

Top Technology companies  

Rank

Company

Industry

Revenue

FY

Employees

Market cap

Headquarters

1

Samsung Electronics

Electronics

$188.1

2012

371,726

$227.58

Seoul, South Korea

2

Apple

Electronics

$156.5

2012

76,100

$427.62

Cupertino, CA, USA

3

HP

Hardware

$120.3

2012

331,800

$32.46

Palo Alto, CA, USA

4

Foxconn

Electronics

$119

2011

1,230,000

$27.2

New Taipei, Taiwan

5

IBM

Computer services

$104.5

2012

433,362

$229.45

Armonk, NY, USA

6

Panasonic

Electronics

$99.65

2012

327,512

$22.7

Osaka, Japan

7

Microsoft

Hardware/Software

$73.72

2012

94,000

$224.8

Redmond, WA, USA

8

Dell

Hardware

$62.07

2012

106,700

$22.97

Austin, TX, USA

9

Amazon.com

Internet

$61.09

2012

88,400

$120.03

Seattle, WA, USA

10

Fujitsu

Hardware/Software

$54.46

2012

173,155

$125.83

Tokyo, Japan

11

Intel

Semiconductor

$53.34

2012

104,700

$105.26

Santa Clara, CA, USA

12

Google

Internet

$50.17

2012

53,546

$248.31

Mountain View, CA, USA

 

Forbes 2013 Global list of companies

Rank

Company

Headquarters

Industry

Sales
(billion $)

Profits
(billion $)

Assets
(billion $)

Market Value
(billion $)

1

ICBC  China Banking

134.8

37.8

2,813.5

237.3

2

China Construction Bank  China Banking

113.1

30.6

2,241.0

202.0

3

JPMorgan Chase  United States Banking

108.2

21.3

2,359.1

191.4

4

General Electric  United States Conglomerate

147.4

13.6

685.3

243.7

5

Exxon Mobil  United States Oil and gas

420.7

44.9

333.8

400.4

 6

HSBC  United Kingdom Banking

104.9

14.3

2,684.1

201.3

7

Royal Dutch Shell  Netherlands Oil and gas

467.2

26.6

360.3

213.1

8

Agricultural Bank of China  China Banking

103.0

23.0

2,124.2

150.8

9

Berkshire Hathaway  United States Conglomerate

162.5

14.8

427.5

252.8

9

PetroChina  China Oil and gas

308.9

18.3

347.8

261.2

11

Bank of China  China Banking

98.1

22.1

2,033.8

131.7

12

Wells Fargo  United States Banking

91.2

18.9

1,423.0

201.3

13

Chevron  United States Oil and gas

222.6

26.2

233.0

232.5

14

Volkswagen Group  Germany Automotive

254.0

28.6

408.2

94.4

15

Apple  United States Computer hardware

164.7

41.7

196.1

416.6

15

Wal-Mart Stores  United States Retail

469.2

17.0

203.1

242.5

17

Gazprom  Russia Oil and gas

144.0

40.6

339.3

111.4

18

BP  United Kingdom Oil and gas

370.9

11.6

301.0

130.4

19

Citigroup  United States Banking

90.7

7.5

1,864.7

143.6