ITEC Training Programmes
ITEC Training Programmes
 

ITEC Programme



About ITEC

 

 Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation Programme (ITEC) was launched in 1964 as a bilateral progamme of assistance of the Government of India. The  programme now  encompasses in its ambit a wide-range of activities like  imparting training (civilian and defence) in India to nominees from ITEC partner countries, undertaking projects and project related activities such as feasibility studies and consultancy services, deputing Indian experts abroad to assist in developmental activities, conducting study tours of experts from partner countries to important institutions, training centres and other places of interest in India, presenting gifts/donating equipment at the request of ITEC partner countries and providing aid for disaster relief. Under this programme, India today offers over 10,000 scholarships covering 47 training institutions. Over 140 countries and ten multilateral organisations are India’s ITEC partners.

 

50 Years of ITEC

 

 ITEC Training

 

Capacity building is one of the major activities under ITEC programme. Professionals from developing countries are offered wide range of training courses in different centres of excellence in India. The entire expenditure on training under ITEC for category-I countries is borne by Government of India.  Government of India bears the cost of air travel and expenditure on tuition fees, accommodation and study tours. Government of India also pays a living allowance (stipend) to the trainees for the duration of the course to meet other expenditure.  In addition, a book allowance is paid for purchase of course-related books and other items of stationery.

 

Besides specific eligibility criteria for each course, following are the general pre-requisites for ITEC training in India:

 

i)       Candidate should be between the age of 25 and 45.

 

ii)      Candidate should possess working knowledge of English for attending English language courses, and for

   other courses, candidate should possess a good knowledge of English.

 

iii)     Candidate should be of sound health.

 

iv)     Candidate should have 5 years minimum experience.

 

ITEC website http://www.itec.mea.gov.in 

 

The willing applicants fulfilling the above requirements  may apply to Embassy of India on every Thursday at 03.00 PM by submitting their CVs alongwith their photographs (in the prescribed format given below), identification documents and recommendation letter from their employers. The eligible candidates will be called for interview to assess their proficiency in English language:

PROFORMA FOR ITEC COURSES

1

Preferred choice of courses (please tick)

English, IT & Telecom

Management  Courses

Accounts, audit, banking & Finance Courses

SME/Rural development Courses

Specialized Courses

Technical courses

 

Name

(in Block Letters)

 

2

Date of Birth / Age

 

 

3

Residential Address with Mobile number  & E-mail Id

 

 

 

4

Office Address & Position held

 

 

 

 

5.

Total length of service

 

 

6

Number of countries visited during last five years

 

 

7

Have you ever attended ITEC/ICCR Course in India

 

 

Note:

1. Please affix/attach one recent coloured photograph.

2. Enclosed recommendation letter from Employer.

3. Attach a copy of passport/ID card

Shortlisted candidates can apply online by visiting website www.itecgoi.in/meaportal/registerApplicant. After successful filling of online form they have to take a printout and submit it to Embassy after getting medical certificate from Doctor and certificate from employer.

Tajikistan and ITEC

 

Tajikistan has been India’s ITEC partner since 1996. Since then, nearly 1200 scholars from Tajikistan have availed the programme.  Government of India has allotted 150 slots for Tajikistan for 2017-18(April 2017 to March 2018). 

 

 

ITEC Programme 2017-2018

 

 List of Major Training Programme / Courses

Online ITEC application form

 

 ITEC 2017-18 Terms and Conditions