Thereâ€™s another reason to be proud of for every Nagpurian, the organe city added another feather to cap, as according to the recent survey released by a national magazine â€˜Outlookâ€™ Nagpurâ€™s dental college is been ranked the fourth best in the country.
On the basis of certain parameters Outlook magazine has named Nagpurâ€™s GDCH fourth in the list of the best dental colleges in India. According to the Outlook magazine latest data, out of the 18 dental colleges in India it includes 6 Government and 12 private institutions.
The parameters on the basis of which it was decided include are academic and research excellence, industry interface and placement, infrastructure and facilities, governance and admission and diversity and outreach.
Dean of GDCH Dr Mangesh Phadnaik has credited the success to the faculty, students and staff of the institute.
Similarly, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management (RCOEM) became the only college in the country to figure in the list of top 110 private colleges of the country. According to survey, RCOEM stood third best in state, first in Vidarbha and 28th in country.
Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT) that is progressing constantly, ranked 14th in the list of 30 top Government Engineering institutes.
Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) stands 4th among top universities in Maharashtra.