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DEEP DIVE ON TLR (TEACHING, LEARNING & RESOURCES) – PART 1

TLR is related to core activities of any place of learning. TLR looks at 4 Sub-Parameters on which the Institutions are evaluated, viz.

  • Student Strength of the Institution (SS)
  • Faculty to Student Ratio (FSR)
  • Faculty Quality & their Experience (FQE)
  • Utilisation of Financial Resources by the Institution (FRU)

In this Analysis, I am presenting only the Analysis of 3 Category of Institutions, Viz. University, Engineering College & Management Schools.

Marks are same for each Sub-Parameter across all Categories of Institutions.

STUDENT STRENGTH OF THE INSTITUTION (SS)

Calculation of SS

SS Score is calculated by looking at 2 important aspects of an Institution (See Picture Above).

  1. Ratio of Approved Intake of Seats Vs Actual Enrollment of Students (Considering all UG & PG Programs). This is what I would like to call as FILL-RATE.
  2. Total number of students enrolled for the doctoral program till previous Academic Year.

NIRF2018 Rankings started considering the Ratio (Point 1 above) for the first time in the last 3 years of this Ranking Exercise.

GREEN = PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
BLUE = PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS

Majority of the Universities (both Public & Private) have a healthy FILL-RATE (See Picture above). 

In my opinion, if an University is able to maintain a 80%+ FILL-RATE, then their probability of them being in the Top 100 Universities is high (Referred as Safe Zone).

Majority of the Engineering Colleges (both Public & Private) have a healthy FILL-RATE (See Picture above).

We also see that there are more Private Institutions have better FILL-RATE than Public Institutions.

The Safe Zone for FILL-RATE has moved up to 85%+ in the case of Engineering Colleges (Vs 80%+ for University).

Majority of the Management Schools (both Public & Private) have a healthy FILL-RATE (See Picture above).

The Safe Zone for FILL-RATE has moved up to 90%+ in the case of Management Schools (Vs 80%+ for University and 85%+ for Engineering Colleges).

DEEP DIVE ON TLR – PART 2

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