In a groundbreaking development, IIT Delhi and IIT Madras, two esteemed Indian Institutes of Technology, are expanding their reach beyond national boundaries by establishing campuses overseas. IIT Delhi is scheduled to inaugurate a campus in Abu Dhabi, while IIT Madras has established a presence in Zanzibar, focusing on addressing the educational needs of African countries.Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan announced this significant stride in the RajyaSabha, emphasizing the government's commitment to internationalizing Indian education. The move aims to provide global-standard education to students and reduce the necessity for Indian students to seek educational opportunities abroad. Pradhan highlighted the efforts to attract foreign institutions to set up campuses in India, particularly in Gujarat's Gift City. He emphasized the importance of aligning the regulatory framework with the National Education Policy (NEP), focusing on quality and fee structures to ensure global standards while catering to student needs.