It is no more a western concept. Many Indian universities and institutes are tying up with each other to provide cross-university education and credit transfer facility to Indian students. This initiative has been taken by `meta university’ to let Indian students also experience cross-university education. This step has been taken by four Indian universities i.e. Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. These colleges have decided to combine their resources and offer postgraduate programmes to the students. On July 1, Delhi University will launch Masters in Mathematics in collaboration with Jamia Millia Islamia University. The course will be taught through online teaching, classroom studies and project work. This year, 10 students per class will be admitted. If it’s a success then they will expand the number of students. Three courses, PG diploma in public health, climate change and education will be designed by four institutes. Diploma courses will be converted into full time MA programmes, so that credit transfer can take place. After that the facility of semester transfer will also be provided to the students, under which they can change college. These programs will be for two semesters.