Chitkara University Institute of Engineering and Technology (CUIET) has been featured on the cover story of Dataquest Magazine with ‘Top 10 T-School’ and ranked 10th in the top 100 T-Schools (government and private); CUIET also ranked 4th among the list of ‘Top 90 Private T-Schools’ and 5th in the list of T-Schools in the Northern Region by Dataquest Magazine’s T-School Employability Ranking 2021.
The 16th edition of the survey took into account all qualitative aspects in order to compare private institution criteria to industry needs and the evolving technology landscape. The survey is an industry-acclaimed hallmark of technical education and is highly trusted by students, parents, and recruiters alike. Private T-Schools have swiftly advanced to the next level, providing students with a competitive atmosphere to learn, explore, share knowledge, and prepare for the future problems they will face when they enter the workforce.
The findings underline that the private institutions are at par. They have invested in creating infrastructure, getting the best people to work with them, and providing exposure to their students.
The T-School 2021 Survey drew participants from famous IITs, NITs, IIITs, as well as private and government institutions. At least one T-School from each of India’s main states took part in the poll. With almost 85 percent participation, private T-Schools took the initiative to participate in the exercise. T-Schools in the southern United States led the way in survey participation, accounting for over 56 percent of all respondent institutes. In comparison to the previous year, western institutes took the lead over northern institutes.
A structured questionnaire with over 30 questions was used to capture the Placement, Academics, Campus Infrastructure, and Engagement (PACE) Framework.
The quantitative inputs received and verified from various T-Schools were then analysed wherein the absolute data was normalised to relative data in order to compare the parameters across the participating institutions.
The parameters taken into consideration for the rankings were Placements, Research Papers and Patents, Courses offered, Faculty, Industry Interface and Engagement with the Industry Ecosystem.