In a recent revelation, four of the most respected London universities have achieved global renown after overriding executive pay, underprivileged pay and censorship in the "safe room."
Bangalore Indian Institute of Science (IISc) has made it to the list of the Top 100 World Ranking Rankings 2018. The last time it was presented was 2011.
According to this year's World Reputation Rankings, there are only nine UK institutions in the top 100 – out of ten last year, with Durham failing. While Cambridge retains the 4 th position, Oxford, which had already finished fourth last year, dropped to fifth.
King's College London (41
College London dropped by two places in 18th place and Imperial College also dropped by two to 20.
The ranking was compiled by Times Higher Education from a poll of 10,000 academics around the world
with many universities receiving so-called criticism Practicing "snowflake" students who suppress free speech and demand "safe spaces" in lectures where controversial topics are censored.
The other British universities ranked 100 in the top were Manchest he, in joint 51, and Warwick in joint 81.
Oxford and Cambridge were the only non-US universities to reach the top ten , The list was crowned by Harvard.
The Indian Institute of Science is the only Indian university with 91 points, which has made it to the prestigious list.