The University of Mumbai delivers a larger number of extremely rich people than MIT, New York University and Columbia University! Infact regarding delivering uber rich people its positioned ninth on the worldwide as per Wealth-X and UBS Billionaire Census 2014.
Ofcourse, the U.S. colleges snatched all the top spots, however with 12 extremely rich person graduated class University of Mumbai has the most tycoon graduates of any college based outside the U.S.
So it is great right? What’s the get? While we are super glad for the college’s accomplishment, the instance of the missing Iits in the rundown does appear a bit odd. Yup, our one of a kind Iits- origination of virtuoso business visionaries and bragging of the extreme JEE passageway test. Additionally, we googled around to figure out, that when it went to the rankings for the best colleges on the planet, Mumbai was no place to be seen and on the off chance that it was, it positioned down so low, it was hard to try and parchment to such an extent.
Mumbai is positioned between 551-600 on the planet , with IIT Bombay snatching the top spot in India with a positioning of 222 and Mumbai behind every major IIT and University of Delhi.
Show C: Academic Ranking of World Universities 2014
It simply had one Indian college Indian Institute of Science at a world rank between 301-400.
So do we have a secret staring us in the face? Nah. Not so much. Also we have a few reasons. To begin with, the college is huge, with more than 700 hundred universities under it, and about 200,000 understudies. Contrast this and the Iits, which are spoken to as 16 separate universities in any world rankings, not a group and offer section to just around 10,000 understudies , that as well after a tiresome across the nation exam.
Second, it is MUMBAI – the monetary capital of the nation, the city that pays the most noteworthy assessments and has a lot of rich plays games. Ofcourse, merit does assume the most vital part in getting confirmations, yet there’s no denying that rich children are over-spoken to here. The Universities’ jaw-dropping graduated class rundown brags any semblance of business pioneers, for example, Mukesh Ambani, Anil Ambani, Kumar Mangalam Birla, Ajay Piramal and government officials like Praful Patel, Vasundhara Raje and LK Advani. Add to this Bollywood superstars and its not hard envision how Mumbai attained that top positioning.
What’s more on the off chance that we contrast this and the rundown of tycoons in India, the aggregate abundance of the Ambani siblings, the Birla scion and Mr Piramal is sufficient to send us into a hissy fit. Despite the fact that these representatives buckled down, one can’t deny that they were naturally introduced to riches. Contrast this with the Iits, whose extremely rich people selected as aam aadmi, say somebody like a Narayan Murthy. While the civil argument on whether a positioning focused around the quantity of elite rich people you produce is applicable or not, will proceed, there is no denying the way that Mumbai University gloats of a rich history and legacy that has given India numerous stars. Positioning or no positioning, it merits our appreciation.