The University of Indonesia (UI) has ranked 19 Pakistani universities among the top 500 greenest campuses in the world, according to the Green Metric World University Ranking.
The university’s rankings are used to evaluate and compare sustainability activities on campus. This year’s competition drew 912 universities from 84 nations, including 51 from Pakistan out of which 19 colleges and universities reached top 500 ranking.
According to the University of Ul’s’ Green Metric, Multan’s Muhammad Nawaz Shareef University of Agriculture has the country’s greenest campus, followed by the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST). These two institutions are ranked 154th and 179th on the list of schools, respectively.
Here is complete list of Pakistani universities making it to top 500.
Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, which was first in education and research last year and second this year, is now third in Pakistan. It is ranked 191 in the world.
Furthermore, the University of Agriculture Faisalabad and the University of Lahore are placed fourth and fifth in national rankings, respectively, and 216th and 226th globally.
In addition, the Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology in Rahim Yar Khan, the Capital University of Science and Technology in Islamabad, and the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology in Jamshoro are all among the top eight universities in Pakistan. They are ranked 234th, 286th, and 298th, respectively, in terms of global popularity.
Faisalabad University ranks 341st in the world, while Iqra University is 353rd.