Pakistani universities have made impressive gains in terms of global recognition. For the first time ever, 21 academic institutions from Pakistan have bagged spots in an edition of the prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) World Rankings.
As the premier universities rankings agency, Times Higher Education’s results hold immense weight when it comes to gauging a university’s progress.
A team from the agency, featuring Chief Knowledge Officer Phil Baty and Chief Data Scientist Dr. Liz Shepard, met with Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood on Thursday to present the latest global rankings of Pakistani universities.
Baty congratulated the Minister for the brilliant performance of Pakistani universities in the World Universities Rankings 2022. The meeting was also attended by senior officials of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education Commission.
For the 2022 rankings, the Times Higher Education team analyzed 108 million citations and 4.4 million research publications.
As per the team’s analysis, Pakistan is one of the world’s fastest improving nations on a range of key metrics and is one of the top five of nations globally for improvements in research citations, international outlook and industry links.
In an encouraging development, the analysis also showed that this is not a one-off accomplishment, rather it is part of an upward trend in academic progress that the nation has been witnessing over the past three years.
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