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ITEC Programme

ITEC Basic information

Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) Programme
The Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation Programme (ITEC) was launched by Government of India on 15th September 1964 as a programme of bilateral cooperation and technical assistance. Presently 158 countries in Asia, East Europe (including former USSR), Central Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean as well as Pacific and Small Island countries are invited to share in the Indian developmental experience in various fields. Uzbekistan became India’s ITEC partner in 1993.

The ITEC assistance is granted under the following four categories:-
(i) Training in diverse fields in Indian institutions.
(ii) Projects and project-related assistance from India such as supply of equipment, consultancy services and feasibility studies.
(iii) Deputation of Indian experts in various fields.
(iv) Study visits of senior officials/decision makers from the partner countries to India.

India possesses a rich experience in the field of economic development as well as manpower skills and technologies suited to the requirements of developing countries. ITEC is one of the vehicles for the sharing of this experience with India’s friends.

The ITEC Programme is fully-funded by the Government of India: The expenses on training under ITEC Programme, i.e. tuition fees, living allowances, study tours, emergency medical assistance as well as return international air fares are borne by the Government of India.

Areas of training covered under ITEC: The various training fields covered under the programme include information technology, non-conventional energy, banking and finance, journalism and mass communications, management, English language, audit and accounts, human resource planning, small scale industries, standardization, telecommunications, remote sensing, tool designing, etc. (This is an indicative list. For an exhaustive list, please got to the website indicated at the end of this section).

Who can apply?

1. All Uzbek nationals between the age group 25 to 45 years

2. Applicants should be working either in Government/Semi Government Organizations. In exceptional circumstances, applications from those working in private sector and recommended by Government / Chambers of Commerce / Academic Institutions may be considered.

3. Participants applying for training course should have basic knowledge of English language to understand what is being taught and also to interact with teachers and other participants.

4. As per Government of India’s policy, Government of India’s scholarship, whether under ITEC or ICCR (LBSCIC scholarship) will be provided only once in lifetime. Alumni who have already availed such scholarship in the past are not eligible to apply for these scholarships in future.

  • For more information on ITEC programme 2015-2016 PDF file that opens in new window. To know how to open PDF file refer Help section located at bottom of the site.
  • a.  It is informed that application for ITEC has to be filled online by the applicants by visiting the link click here External website that opens in a new window
  • b.  Candidates can choose their own login email id and create their login password, which would be used by the system to keep them posted of the processing status.
  • c.  Candidates have to take a printout of the application and send to Embassy alongwith recommendation of the nominating Ministry/Organization.
  • d. Online registration help for candidates PDF file that opens in new window. To know how to open PDF file refer Help section located at bottom of the site.
  • List of Hospitals for Medical Certificate click here PDF file that opens in new window. To know how to open PDF file refer Help section located at bottom of the site.
  • More information click here External website that opens in a new window
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