UGC: Now soon the campuses of Indian universities will open abroad. In this regard the University Grants Commission ,UGC, Can announce in a month. According to the UGC chairman, there are many countries that are coming forward to provide infrastructure to Indian universities, so that Indian universities can set up their campuses abroad.
University Grant Commission Chairman M. Jagadish Kumar said that campuses of Indian universities will be opened in African and Gulf countries, Thailand and Vietnam. All the standards have been met for this. Soon an announcement will be made in this regard.
He said that three main reforms have been included in the Internationalization of Education plan in the National Education Policy, in which foreign universities should open campuses in India and Indian universities should open their campuses abroad, dual degrees and joint programs in Indian universities in collaboration with foreign universities. degree course is included.
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Private universities can also open campus
According to the UGC chairman, there are many good universities in the country in both government and private categories. He said that we will encourage these institutions to open campuses abroad. There are many countries, which are showing interest in opening the campus of Indian University. Countries where the number of overseas Indians is more. Those countries are coming forward in this regard.
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IIT campuses can open in these countries
He said that there is more possibility of opening campuses of Indian universities in African countries. This includes Thailand, Vietnam and some Gulf countries. IIT Delhi can open its campus in UAE. He is discussing in this regard. Apart from this, IIT Madras is exploring the option of opening campuses in Sri Lanka, Nepal and Tanzania. Also, there are plans to open IIT campuses in Egypt, Thailand, Malaysia and Britain.