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Hindu ‘most trusted education institution of India’, says a study by TRA

According to a recent study conducted by TRA (previously Trust Research Advisory), University of Delhi’s Hindu College is the most trusted education institution of India.

The prestigious DU North Campus college is followed by the Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi) at the second and Loyola College(Chennai) at the third position of the ‘India’s Most Trusted Education Institutes 2014-15′ study (i.e. the MTEI study).

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As Anna University(Chennai) is ranked to be fourth on the most trusted education institutions of India, the fifth place belongs to Hans Raj, another famous Delhi University College.

Interestingly, Delhi University’s premiere institution, Shri Ram College of Commerce is ranked as low as the 25th rank in the hierarchy of trusted education institutions of India with Ramjas College being ranked 8th, Shivaji College being ranked 48th, Rajdhani College being 49th and Gargi college at the 52nd position. The rankings are however, in post graduation category.

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The MTEI study is being considered to be the largest and comprehensive most study conducted in India.

The study is based upon the opinion of almost 8000 respondents over three dozens of cities of India. The respondents include students, teachers as well as parents who were quizzed on 700 ‘thinking’ questions related to the education system and education institutions of India.

The MTEI report not only lists 1000 Most Trusted Indian Institutes but also mentions 120 Most Preferred Courses in India and Top 200 Indian Institutes on academic parameters.

The MTEI study conducted by TRA is reportedly considered to be one of the largest, most detailed and comprehensive research studies conducted in India. For further rankings and information, click here.



Mridul Sharma is a final year B.Com (Honors) aspirant from DCAC, a patron of meaningful cinema and good soft music and has deep love for writing. He is more of a poet, feels whatever he writes and writes to understand what he feels, a little better. Currently, the Associate Web Editor at DU Beat, he is looking forward to his final year and can be contacted at mriduls@dubeat.com


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