AMU’s Life Science Faculty ranked first in the Times Higher Education ranking

ALIGARH December 1: Aligarh Muslim University’s Faculty of Life Sciences has been ranked first among all universities of India by the Times Higher Education, UK, a reputed international agency for surveying the performance of institutions of higher education.

According to the Times Higher Education World University Ranking 2019, AMU’s Faculty of Life Sciences is ranked first among universities and third among all institutions in India. It figures just after Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.

The Times Higher Education placed the Aligarh Muslim University on ninth rank among all Indian universities. The score of AMU in teaching and in citations this year is the highest for all time.

The Times Higher Education’s World University Ranking 2019 includes more than 1250 universities worldwide, making it biggest international league of higher education institutions till date.

AMU Vice Chancellor, Prof Tariq Mansoor has expressed happiness and satisfaction on the big achievement. He has congratulated the faculty members and students of the university, especially of the Faculty of Life Sciences on the remarkable success which has brought a sense of pride and jubilation to the entire university fraternity.