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Pakistani universities are Missing from the Asia University Rankings 2024

The Times Higher Education (THE) Asia University Rankings 2024. Include 88 universities in Pakistan. THE has ranked 41 national institutes; the remaining institutes. Have been given the designation of “reporter” on the list. Pakistan’s exclusion from the list, which includes 88 universities. Underscores the difficulties the country’s higher education sector faces. In competing on a regional scale.

Quaid-e-Azam University, which was ranked 98th in 2023. Is currently ranked 121 after suffering a severe drop. NUST and COMSATS, with rankings of 152 and 157, respectively, are not far behind.

Particularly notable this year is the dominance of Japanese and Indian universities. With Japan at the top of the pack with 119 institutions included in the ranking. Closely followed by India with 91. Top 100 rankings show that mainland China leads with 33 universities. And South Korea comes in second with 16 institutions.

The number of Pakistani universities that made the list fell dramatically. To just three this year from fifteen last year. The best university in Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam University, came in at number 86 on the list.

The university is the only one in the nation to rank among the top 100. In addition, it holds the 315th position in the 2024 QS World University Rankings. Iqra University in Karachi and Allama Iqbal Open University are. The other two institutions listed in the QS Asia University Rankings for 2024. The institutes fell into the 301-350 and 801+ categories, correspondingly.

The Top 10 Universities according to the Asia University Rankings 2024 are listed below.

The Asia University Ranking for 2024 includes 739 universities from 31 different territories. Even with their strong representation. Pakistani universities are not found in the top rankings. Which emphasizes the need for strategic changes and funding. In the nation’s higher education system. To promote innovation, research, and academic excellence at the regional and international levels. Pakistani universities must close the gap and become. More competitive in light of the increasing global competition.

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