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Outlook-ICARE India University Rankings 2021: Assam varsity secures 12th place among top 25 central universities

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Silchar, Sep 30: With an overall score of 529.84 points out of 1000, Assam University Silchar has improved its rank and secured 12th position among the top 25 central universities in the country in the Outlook-ICARE India university rankings 2021.

In the rankings issued by Outlook in 2020, Assam University Silchar was placed 15th among the top 25 central universities with an overall score of 500.13 points.

Sharing his reactions with The Assam Tribune, vice-chancellor Prof Dilip Chandra Nath said, "Despite manifold hindrances including geographical and financial we are improving every day. This year, we have scored 225.78 points in the Academic and Research Excellence and 115.91 points in Industry Interface and Placement and 71.93 points in Infrastructure and facilities. In Governance and Extension, our score is 78.54 points. But our area of concern remains in the diversity and outreach parameter in which we could score merely 37.68 points on which we are looking to address. The rankings shall certainly encourage us in our pursuit."

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Outlook-ICARE India University Rankings 2021: Assam varsity secures 12th place among top 25 central universities

Silchar, Sep 30: With an overall score of 529.84 points out of 1000, Assam University Silchar has improved its rank and secured 12th position among the top 25 central universities in the country in the Outlook-ICARE India university rankings 2021.

In the rankings issued by Outlook in 2020, Assam University Silchar was placed 15th among the top 25 central universities with an overall score of 500.13 points.

Sharing his reactions with The Assam Tribune, vice-chancellor Prof Dilip Chandra Nath said, "Despite manifold hindrances including geographical and financial we are improving every day. This year, we have scored 225.78 points in the Academic and Research Excellence and 115.91 points in Industry Interface and Placement and 71.93 points in Infrastructure and facilities. In Governance and Extension, our score is 78.54 points. But our area of concern remains in the diversity and outreach parameter in which we could score merely 37.68 points on which we are looking to address. The rankings shall certainly encourage us in our pursuit."

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