On the 15th of September 1964, the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation Programme (ITEC) was instituted by the Government of India for sharing India’s expertise, resources and leanings to help build national capacities of fellow developing countries. In these fifty years, ITEC has created a niche for itself and has built powerful bridges between India and other countries through the strengthening of national capacities across continents and thus generated immense goodwill for India. Watch the video here

 

 

 

 

Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) programme, founded in the year 1964, is an act of faith, a journey into the heart of India’s home grown enterprise dovetailing inspired diplomacy, innovation and rural uplift. Transformation is indeed, the guiding mantra of the ITEC that hinges on capacity building and skill transfer to hundreds of thousands of students, professionals and mid-career diplomats in 160 countries across continents including Central Europe. Besides empowering them with life-sustaining skills, the ITEC programme also gives students from different countries a taste of the multicultural and pluralistic ethos of India. Networking and bonding is incredible among students. The ITEC has also become a powerful instrument of projecting India’s soft power and its cultural diplomacy as most of these students retain a life-long association with India after their brief stay in the country. With India emerging as a global power, its knowledge economy that is epitomized in the ITEC programme shines forth as an example of the country’s ethos of creating a more equitable and balanced world based on transfer of technology and skills.

Indian Government fully-funded scholarships under the ITEC programme for 2017-2018 are available to Polish and Lithuanian nationals aged from 25-45 years for short, medium and long term courses ranging from Accounts, Audit, Banking, Finance, IT, Telecommunication, English, Management, SME/Rural Development, Technical, Environment and Renewable Energy Courses etc.

Persons employed in government departments, public sector undertakings, chambers of commerce, universities and etc. should apply through their departments. Certification of proficiency in English and medical report are mandatory. Persons working in the private sector may also apply. Applications must reach the Embassy of India in Warsaw not earlier than four months before the start of the selected course. All applicants will interact with Embassy officials before their applications are sent to India. Those interested are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as the courses tend to fill up very quickly.

The training brochure, application forms and terms and conditions for academic year 2017-18 may be downloaded from the Indian Embassy's website.

For further inquiries, please contact the ITEC officer as below on any working day between 10 am to 5 pm: Ms. Katarzyna Luniewska, ITEC&Social Media Officer, e-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Hard copies for the ITEC Programme have to be delivered at the Indian Consulate (Odminių Street 11, Vilnius). In case the Consulate is not working, the documents in the sealed envelope to be left with the "Visit Lithuania" at the same address. 

 

Downloads:

ITEC Programme Brochure 2016-2017

Application Form 2016-2017

ITEC Terms and Conditions 2015

ITEC scholarship 2016