India’s top five universities for women are in the top 10 in the world, according to a ranking by The Wall St. Journal.
The list is based on a global survey of more than 2,000 top universities by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, or OECD.
India ranks No. 2 in the OECD survey of universities, while South Africa comes in at No. 4.
The universities in India are not all ranked by the OECD.
They are listed as belonging to one of five categories: private, public, private-run, and not-for-profit.
India has six of the top 20 universities for female students.
The other six are in South Africa, Chile, Japan, and Canada.
India also has the highest percentage of women in the upper ranks of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
India has about half the population of the U.S., and its female-dominated universities are among the best in the developed world.
India’s universities also rank among the top in the United States.
The country has the most women in top-ranked colleges in the U, U.K., the U of A., the University of Sydney, and Oxford University.
The top 10 colleges for women, according the study: State of Kerala (India) No. 1, Jawaharlal Nehru University of Science and Technology (K-STEM) No 10, Jawahar Lal Nehru School of Engineering and Technology, IIT Kanpur No. 3, Jawabhay Kumar University of Technology, Chennai No. 5, Jawara-Srihari University of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad No. 7, Jagannath Mishra Institute of Engineering, Kanpur, India No. 9, Jawanpur University, New Delhi No. 11, Jamia Millia Islamia University, Hyderapuram No. 14, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai No. 15, Jawakarta University, Surat, India (Najib Razak University) No 15, IISc, Hyderangabad No 17, Jawasundaraman College, Surabhi, India, The National University of Singapore No. 21, Jawatpur University (U) No 22, IJM, Singapore No 23, KTH (Kerala) No 25, ITC (IIT Delhi) No 27, Delhi University, India