Rankings Standards

ACMIT uses the following standards to determine an institutional ranking. The purpose of university or educational institution rankings by ACMIT is to provide information to students, parents, academics, and policymakers about the perceived quality and performance of higher education institutions.

Accreditation and Licensing

Recognition and licensed by relevant legal bodies, which ensures that the institution meets certain standards of quality and academic excellence. Meeting the criteria contribute 10 % to the overall evaluation grading. Meeting this criteria is must for every institution to be eligible to participate in the ACMIT ranking.  

Faculty Quality

Qualifications, experience, research output, and industry engagement of the faculty members are the second criteria in the ACMIT ranking evaluation system which contributes 25 % to the over all evaluation grading.

Faculty-to-Student Ratio

A lower ratio suggests smaller class sizes and potentially more personalized attention for students. ACMIT ranking third criteria is to study the student to faculty ration which contribute 5 % to the overall evaluation grading.

International Student Ratio

The proportion of international students in the student body is another indicator of an institution’s global appeal. The fourth criteria is to study the ratio of international student which contribute 5 percent to the overall evaluation grading.

Facilities and Infrastructure

The quality and extent of infrastructure and technological resources available to students and faculty. The fifth criteria is to examine facilities and infrastructure of the institution which contributes 20 percent to the overall evaluation grading.


The extent of international collaborations, and the diversity of the student body. Internationalization which contributes 10 % to the overall evaluation grading.

Student Satisfaction

ACMIT rankings include surveys or data on student satisfaction, graduation rates, and other indicators of the overall student experience. This contribute 25% to overall evaluation grading.