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India offers fully funded training programmes for Sri Lankans

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India is offering more than 40 training courses, spread over a multitude of sectors, in various institutions in India for Sri Lankan officials (45 years of age and below) under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) Programme of the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India from 15 January to 31 March 2018.

The courses are fully funded by Government of India and cover airfare, accommodation, study tours, course fee, living allowance, book allowance etc, the Indian High Commission in Colombo said today.

The streams include Leadership and Skill Development, International Trade, Management, Accounting, Water resources, Entrepreneurship, Renewable Energy, Governance, Telemedicine, IT, English language, Agriculture, Rural Development, Tourism etc. Details are available at https://www.itecgoi.in/coursecal.php

Those who are interested can apply for ITEC courses online (https://www.itecgoi.in/meaportal/registerApplicant). The applicants can choose their own login email ID and create their login password. They can check on the status of their application online.

After applying online, the applicant may take a printout of the application and send it to:  Director, UN, TA & NGO Division, External Resources Department, 3rd Floor, the Treasury, Secretariat Building, Colombo 01, with a copy to the High Commission of India, 36-38, Galle Road, Colombo – 03.   

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