The programme, "Campus Connect", will benefit various central and state funded universities along with private universities.
The programme is being planned by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) and aims to benefit over 1.5 crore students.
"Totally, 4.2 lakh classrooms will be made Wi-Fi enabled and this will help around 1.5 crore students. Students will be given access only to those websites which are academically relevant," HRD minister, Smriti Irani, said in a reply to the Lok Sabha.
She added that all buildings of 600 universities across India which have 1Gbps bandwidth will be Wi-Fi enabled.
Additionally, 140 centrally-funded institutions under the ministry will be made Wi-Fi enabled.
"The National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT) also aims to provide 20 broadband connections of 512 Kbps speed over 25,000 colleges, 2,000 polytechnics and optical fibre connectivity of 1Gbps to 419 universities/university level institutions in the country," she added.