The University of Agriculture Faisalabad ranks 42 out of 372 institutes in UN SDGs 01 on Poverty Alleviation and 61st position in SDG 13 on Climate Action by the Times Higher Education impact ranking 2020.
The University of Agriculture Faisalabad which is the leading public sector university has made into global rankings. The University of Agriculture Faisalabad has ranked at 42 position out 372 institutes across the globe in the UN SDGs (SDG-01) on poverty and 61st position in SDG13 on Climate action by the Times Higher Education impact ranking 2020.
To the extent the accomplishment of SDG 01-No poverty, and SDG 13-Climate Action, in the nation is concerned, the UAF remains at the top in Pakistan. In the SDG-15 – Life on Land and SDG-17 – Partnership for Goals, it is positioned at 104th number.
According to in general SDG sway classification rankings, the UAF is positioned among 300 to 350 best institutes worldwide out of 766 institutes and fourth in the nation. The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings are the main worldwide presentation tables that evaluate institutions against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The subsequent release incorporates 766 universities from 85 countries. THE noticeable markers for calculation of global impact are research, effort, and stewardship. Times Ranking this version incorporates 766 colleges from 85 nations.
UAF Vice Chancellor Dr. Muhammad Ashraf has saluted the staff over the accomplishment. He said the college was endeavoring to find the place in the best institutes of the world. In the Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Ranking 2020, the University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) has made sure about 42nd situation, out of 372 colleges over the globe, in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG-01) on poverty, and 61st position out of 376 institutes in SDG13 climate action.