Sitemap

Embassy of India marks ITEC day 2020

More...

News

Mining Represents The Future Of Serbia

In a drive to increase the share...

Serbia-Bulgaria Gas Interconnection Important For Whole Region

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining...

News

First Flight To The New Destination In Switzerland Air Serbia Begins Flying To Geneva

On 1 March, with the JU 470 flight carried out with an Airbus A319, Air Serbia commenced direct flights...

Mining Represents The Future Of Serbia

In a drive to increase the share of mining's contribution to the country's GDP from 1.9 to 3.5 per...

Serbia-Bulgaria Gas Interconnection Important For Whole Region

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlovic talked today during her working visit to the...

Europe And COVID-19 Vaccination Passports

European Union leaders moved closer on Thursday to an agreement on certificates showing that citizens have been vaccinated against...

AmCham Elects New Board Members

Annual HERO Award honours health workers, true heroes of today’s world At today’s General Assembly Meeting, members of the American...

The Embassy of India in Belgrade celebrated Indian Technical & Economic Cooperation (ITEC) Day on 4 November 2020. Besides senior officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other government departments, a large number of ITEC alumni attended the event.

In his address at the celebration, Indian Ambassador H.E. Mr. S. Bhattacharjee, gave an overview of the ITEC programme which covers over 300 training courses of different duration in premier training institutes of India to over 160 friendly foreign countries since 1964.

Amvbasada Indije

Serbia is one of the ITEC partner countries and since 2008, 160 Serbian mid-level career professionals have undergone courses on a wide and diverse range of skills and disciplines, including in ICT, Expenditure Management, Entrepreneurship, WTO, Banking & Finance, Renewable Energy, Climate Change, Legislative Drafting, Yoga, English proficiency etc.

Related

Celebration Of Sixth International Day Of Yoga In Serbia

The Embassy of India in Belgrade in coordination with the City of Belgrade, yoga centres and instructors, organised a celebration of the sixth International...

H.E. Subrata BHATTACHARJEE, Ambassador of India

Prime Minister Modi Leads India’s Fight Against COVID-19 Pandemic

On 30 January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared Coronavirus/COVID-19 a “Public Health Emergency of International Concern”. This was indeed a matter of...

On the occasion, four ITEC alumni also shared their experience of visiting India and attending the ITEC training programme.

Related Articles

Serbia Receives First Shipment Of COVID-19 Vaccine Made In India

Today, 150,000 made in India COVISHIELD vaccine for Covid-19 has arrived in Serbia. President of Serbia H.E. Mr. Aleksandar Vučić received the vaccines at...

Reimagining Diplomacy In The Post-COVID World: An Indian Perspective

We enter 2021, hoping to put the COVID-19 pandemic behind us. While each society has dealt with it uniquely, global diplomacy will nevertheless focus...

Farmers’ Protests In India

Press Statement On Recent Comments By Foreign Individuals And Entities On The Farmers’ Protests In India "The Parliament of India, after a full debate and...

COVID 19 Vaccination Drive In India

The commencement of COVID vaccinations has focused attention on the modern medical miracle of immunisation. It has eradicated some diseases and is close to...

By Brajendra Navnit, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of India to WTO

Science Has Delivered, Will The WTO Deliver?

TRIPS waiver proposal from India, South Africa and other members A proposal by India, South Africa and eight other countries calls on the World Trade...

H.E. Subrata Bhattacharjee, Ambassador Of India To Serbia

Fighting Covid In The “Pharmacy Of The World”

At least 300 million people will be vaccinated in India by August 2021. India plans to use a digital platform called ‘Co-WIN’ to ensure...

Science & Technology

The Joint Effort

The recent technological advancements in India reflect not only the immense youthful energy and innovation in the country, but also substantial reforms undertaken by...

Agriculture Marketing Reforms In India Fixing A Broken System

In September 2020, the Government of India enacted two new farm laws for agriculture, and amended the Essential Commodities Act for agri-food stuff. The...