Jamia Millia Islamia has made it to the first ever 2019 Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings. This is THE’s pioneering initiative to recognise universities across the world for their social and economic impact, based on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Jamia Millia Islamia has been ranked 301+ in the overall 2019 THE University Impact Rankings. This result is based on scaled and pre-rounded performance on Sustainable Development Goal 17 – Partnership for the Goals. Jamia scored maximum under Gender Equality, Quality Education and Good Health & Wellbeing Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Inclusion in these rankings is a great achievement and it marks JMI as an institution which is demonstrating its commitment not just to supporting the Sustainable Development Goals through its teaching, research and knowledge transfer, but also to embodying the goals in institution’s internal practices, policies and procedures and providing verifiable evidence of activities. Expressing his happiness over this improvement Prof. Shahid Ashraf, Offg. Vice Chancellor, JMI said, “It’s a very happy occasion for the university that it had participated in this particular ranking by THE and it is a matter of great satisfaction that the university is doing very well to achieve Sustainable Development Goals. I would like to thank all my colleagues and staff of the university for this achievement.” JMI also improved its ranking in 2019 Times Higher Education Emerging University Rankings released in January 2019.