Undergraduate studies is a time for opening your mind, exposing yourself to a variety of professional and scholarly pursuits, actively exploring your interests and potential careers while also building soft and hard skills for the future. It is not about becoming skilled labour (as is often bandied about by politicians and bureaucrats as the greatest need of the country under the umbrella of skills development).
With this goal, clearly Universities with a wide array of offerings which students can sample and explore are desirable. It is important that education is not limited to professional courses but also includes subjects (like history, philosophy, sports, etc) that will widen one’s thinking, help shape good judgement, learn to build organised activities etc. It is important that students have opportunities to debate and champion their causes. It is important to have some flexibility for students to change their courses as they learn more about themselves. It is important for students to meet potential role models and learn to excel. It is important for students to be in the company of a peer group that inspires excellence.
So, within what is available to you, seek out the best places of learning and excellence rather than looking for job placement records of Universities!