GulfHindi English Desk: During Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the UAE, several important agreements have been made that will help in achieving the goal of globalizing Indian education. One significant agreement is the establishment of campuses of Indian premier educational institutions in foreign countries.
In this direction, IIT Delhi will establish its campus in Abu Dhabi. The Ministry of Education and Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for this purpose. Prime Minister Modi and UAE President Sheikh Mohammed are witnesses to this important agreement.
The arrival of the Master’s program at IIT Delhi’s Abu Dhabi campus will commence from January next year. Additionally, applications for admission to the graduation degree course will begin from September 2024. This will provide Indian students with an opportunity to acquire education and experience abroad.
Following IIT Delhi, IIT Madras has also announced the expansion of its campus in Tanzania. Last week, IIT Madras signed an MoU with the State University of Zanzibar in Tanzania to establish a campus. With this, India will have two IITs that are set to establish their campuses abroad.
Union Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan expressed his joy in a tweet regarding the signing of this agreement. He stated that the establishment of IIT Delhi’s campus in Abu Dhabi in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi marks the beginning of a new chapter of internationalization of Indian education. He further added that this MoU will be a new building block for the friendship between India and the United Arab Emirates, enabling cooperation and harnessing the power of knowledge for global development.
Important Information Table:
👉Educational Institution: IIT Delhi
👉Campus: Abu Dhabi
👉Application Timeframe: From January 2024 (Master’s Program)
👉Educational Institution: IIT Madras
👉Campus: Tanzania (Zanzibar)
👉Application Timeframe: Next year (Graduation)
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👉Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s UAE visit has resulted in several important agreements that will help in achieving the goal of globalizing Indian education.
👉One significant agreement is the establishment of Indian premier educational institutions’ campuses in foreign countries.
👉IIT Delhi will establish its campus in Abu Dhabi, as per the memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between the Ministry of Education and the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK).
👉The IIT Delhi campus in Abu Dhabi will start offering master’s programs from January next year, and applications for graduation degree courses will begin in September 2024.
👉IIT Madras is also set to expand its campus in Zanzibar, Tanzania, becoming the second IIT after IIT Delhi to establish a campus abroad.
👉The signing of these agreements marks a new chapter in the internationalization of Indian education.
👉Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan expressed his happiness on Twitter and stated that the establishment of IIT Delhi campus in Abu Dhabi in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi marks the beginning of a new era of internationalization of Indian education.
👉The establishment of these campuses will strengthen the friendship between India and the United Arab Emirates and create a new platform for cooperation and knowledge exchange for global development.
👉The important information regarding the campuses is mentioned in the table provided in the article.
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