St Stephen's College, LSR Refuse to Provide Details on Faculty, May Not Figure in Ranking List

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St Stephen's College, LSR Refuse to Provide Details on Faculty, May Not Figure in Ranking List


New Delhi, Jan. 22 -- Two of Delhi's top colleges, St Stephen's and Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College, have refused to part with information regarding their faculty, a mandatory parameter to assess the performance of colleges in the national ranking system.

The National Institution Ranking Framework (NIRF) will be announced in April this year by the government. Apart from an overall list of top institutes, a separate list for colleges will be published too. The LSR College ranked sixth and St Stephen's did not participate in 2017 ranking.

After that ranking was released, St Stephen's, Hindu College, Sri Venkateswara College, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) decided they would apply for the 2018 ranking and submitted application forms to the effect. It now emerges that St Stephen's and LSR College may not figure in the rankings - at least not until they share information on their faculty.

Hindustan Times learns that the faculty of both the colleges is not keen on sharing their data.

"All entries are scrutinised and evaluated. We have not received data from these two and some other institutes which makes them ineligible for participating in the ranking. We are still giving them a chance and if they do share the faculty related data we are willing to include them. But so far we haven't got a positive response," said a senior official from the human resource development (HRD) ministry who asked not to be identified.

A total of 4,734 institutes are participating in the exercise this year, 1,525 more than last year. …

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