New International IITs will be Established soon - Know the Full Details
According to the news cover by Indian Express, a new committee has been set up for the global expansion of the Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) as a brand name of “Indian International Institute of Technology”.
As per the report, the IIT Delhi suggested 7 new international places for the campuses to set up in Gulf countries i.e ( UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar & Egypt), Malaysia, Thailand, and the United Kingdom.
Why Choose This 7 Countries For New Offshore Campus
According to a report these 7 international places hold a higher rank in several key parameters to give the best education to the students according to a report submitted to “the Ministry of Education by the 17-member committee, led by the IIT Council standing committee chairperson Dr. K Radhakrishnan“.
The parameters on which the committee choose to set up 7 new international IITs campuses are:
- Level of Interest and Commitment
- Academic Lineage
- Conductive Ecosystem
- Regulatory Provisions
- Potential Benefits to enhance India’s branding and relation.
Top 6 University in the UK in Cooperation for Indian Mission Abroad.
- King’s College London
- University of Birmingham
- University of Oxford
- University of Cambridge
- University College London
- University of Exeter
Recently New 6 IITs Has Formed in India.
The Indian Institutes of Technologies are the autonomous institutions owned by the Government of India under the Institutes of Technology Act, 1961. The first IIT was established at Kharagpur (IIT Kharagpur) in 1951 and later IIT Bombay in 1958.
In 2020 the Prime Minister of India approved the proposal for six new IITs to form, which increase the number of seats in overall India by creating new IITs.
The 6 Latest Indian Institute of Technologies established in
- Palakkad (Kerala),
- Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir),
- Tirupati (Andhra Pradesh),
- Dharwad (Karnataka),
- Bhilai (Chhattisgarh)
List of 23 IITs in India with NIRF Ranking 2022
|Name of IITs
|NIRF Ranking 2022
|IIT ISM Dhanbad
|Jammu & kashmir
Who Will Regulate The "Indian International Institute of Technology"?
“A chain of institutions would be set up under the Indian International Institute of Technology as a brand name with domestic IITs as mentors” the report stated. The main goal of setting up IITs abroad is to build an image of our Country abroad. Less than 20% of Indian students will be in these new IITs.