World Institutional Ranking

The Vision

R. World Institutional Ranking envisions to consider all possible combinations of measures of funding and endowment, research excellence and/or influence, specialization expertise, admissions, student options, award numbers, internationalization, graduate employment, industrial linkage, historical reputation, and other criteria, not limited to evaluating on institutional output by research. W I Ranking is expected to give a comprehensive overview of the strengths of the institutions ranked, incorporating quantifiable characteristics.

Annual Ranking

SII - Green Institutional Ranking

The three pillars of Sustainability: ‘Environmental (Planet), Social (People) and Economic (Profit)’, forms the base of R. World Institutional Rankings (R. WIR) to undertake responsibility for creating awareness and supporting Sustainable Institutions of India. The ranking framework for ‘Sustainable Institutions of India (SII): Green Institutional Ranking’  considers the parameters and indicators that are primarily accounted to be of importance by Institutions concerned with sustainability. Know More about SII-GIR here

OBE Ranking

Outcome-Based Education (OBE) is a student-centric T-L methodology in which the course delivery, assessment is planned to achieve stated objectives and outcomes. It focuses on measuring student performance i.e. outcomes at different levels. The OBE Ranking focuses on 3 important parameters, viz., Inclusion and Diversity; Internship & Placements; Entrepreneurship & Innovations.

[Released: Check Rankings here

Global Impact Ranking

The Sustainable Development Goals (SGD), are built with decades of work by countries and the UN, including the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. The SDGs, also known as Global Goals, are a set of 17 integrated and interrelated goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that humanity enjoys peace and prosperity by 2030. GIR' 21 is an attempt to understand how education institutions are contributing to these SDGs. G.I.R has been curated to encourage as many higher educational institutions as possible to participate, for the data required is very limited. G.I.R is open to any HEI that is duly recognized.  See Rankings 2021 here



MHW Ranking

It's an annual exercise for Indian Higher Educational Institutions - an initiative to rate/rank Indian Institutions for Best Campus Life. Check Institute's uniqueness in providing a living-and-learning experience, with the best-in-class standards, across India. Check University Rankings here!

The Purpose

R. World Institutional Ranking is to be perceived as a measure of quality and so creates intense competition between universities and other higher educational institutions. The ranking will be a comprehensive overview of the strengths of the institutions. WIR also offers Universities an auditing service that provides in-depth information about institutional strengths and weaknesses, to help achieve better rankings in the annual SII-GIR, Global Impact, OBE and/or MHW Rankings.


5 Different
Education Models

Kolb Learning 

Kolb's learning style is better known as 'experiential learning theory' and is a cycle that comprises of four stages:

  • Concrete learning,

  • Reflective observation,

  • Abstract conceptualization, and

  • Active experimentation.

Based on this cycle, there can be four types of learners:

  • Convergers,

  • Divergers,

  • Assimilators, and

  • Accommodators.

Honey Mumford

The Honey and Mumford learning styles are four distinct styles of learning. The theory states that each one of us will prefer to learn using one, or at most two, of these different learning styles. Pretty similar to Kolb model and includes learning styles like,

  • Activists (Active learners),

  • Theorists (Secondary Documents),

  • Pragmatists (Ideation), and

  • Reflectors (learners by seeing)


VARK Style

VARK  - stands for visual, auditory, reading/writing, and kinesthetic learning styles. 
As per this model, learners are divided into two types. Type one learners can switch between the four learning styles as per the need of the situation. However, type two learners are referred to as slow learners because they only have one preference.

Gregorc Model

The model presents four primary learning styles that explain how an individual thinks and learns best.  The Gregorc learning model looks deep into the way the mind works. As per this model, there is a dominant quadrant of the mind. The four important learning styles are Concrete sequential learning; Concrete random; Abstract sequential learners; and, abstract random learners. 


This learning model is focused on the fact that every individual has their own preference and process of acquiring knowledge. On the other hand, sensing and intuitive learners focus on written facts and concepts. They can be presented with pre-existing ideas, and they will not have any issues memorizing them. Sequential and global learners prefer organized and systematic learning. Visual and verbal learners go for supporting tools such as words and graphics.

Why SII - GIR'22

R. World Institutional Rankings (R. WIR) believes that almost all forms of sustainability on the planet correlate to human conduct and so, the ethical aspects of reality are critical to ensure sustainability. Ethical sustainability needs to be considered to have sustainable political and social systems and processes.

Explore SII:GIR'22 here

We have not seen anything as “Perfect University Ranking”, for there is no single model of excellence in HigherEd, and every ranking or a survey-outcome is primarily based on certain available, comparable data against a fixed set of parameters. SII: GIR'22 is well beyond the inherent limitations of rankings to offer, not limited to exposing data-led insights to strengthen collective understanding of the versatile world of higher education, contributing in own-respective ways for the ranking the Sustainable Institutions of India.

Methodology and Ranking

For SII – The GIR 2022, the parameters and indicators considered are primarily accounted to be of importance by Institutions concerned with sustainability. These include Establishment, Energy, Resource Utilization, Communications, Outcomes, and Perception. See here

The Ranking Framework for Sustainable Institutional of India (SII) has been curated to encourage as many higher educational institutions as possible to participate, for the data required is very limited.




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