North Eastern Hill University (NEHU) has once again made its mark in the esteemed QS World University Rankings: Asia, achieving an impressive 2nd position in the Teacher-Student ratio category.
This remarkable achievement underscores NEHU’s unwavering commitment to providing students with an exceptional academic experience characterised by personalised attention and high-quality instruction, Davidson Pyngrope, Public Relations Officer, NEHU stated in a release.
The QS World University Rankings: Asia are widely recognised as a global benchmark for evaluating the performance of universities worldwide and NEHU’s stellar performance in the Teacher-Student ratio category reflects its dedication to fostering an environment where students receive the individualised support they need to thrive academically, university stated.
With a faculty composed of renowned scholars and dedicated educators, NEHU ensures that its students have ample opportunities for interaction and engagement, creating a vibrant learning environment that nurtures both intellectual growth and personal development.
“We are immensely proud of this achievement, which is a testament to the unwavering commitment of our faculty to providing our students with a world-class education,” remarked Professor Prabha Shankar Shukla, Vice-Chancellor of NEHU, adding “Our focus on maintaining a low Teacher-Student ratio allows us to deliver personalized attention and create a supportive learning environment that empowers our students to reach their full potential.”
NEHU’s success in the QS World University Rankings: Asia further solidifies its reputation as a leading institution of higher learning in the region. The university’s commitment to academic excellence, coupled with its emphasis on providing students with a personalized learning experience, has positioned it as a sought-after destination for aspiring scholars from across the globe, the release said.