Monday, 20 Mar 2023
Indian Embassy celebrates economic cooperation day

Indian Embassy celebrates financial cooperation day

The function was attended by about 300 participants, which incorporated a big quantity of ITEC alumni from Oman, comprising officials and experts from diverse sectors who have participated in different coaching courses in India beneath ITEC programme in the course of prior years.

The function was also attended by several other officials from different Omani authorities and agencies, seeking following coaching elements of their staff.

H E Sheikh Khalid bin Omar bin Said al Marhoon, Minister of Civil Service, who was the chief guest on the occasion, in his address, referred to the historically close trade and cultural relations in between India and Oman. In this regard, he also pointed out that participation of a big quantity of Omani nationals in different ITEC courses in India more than the years had additional strengthened the bonds of friendship in between the two nations.

Speaking on the occasion, H E Munu Mahawar, Ambassador of India to the sultanate, mentioned this year, the ITEC programme had received a really great response from the Omani participants and to date out of a total of 125 scholarships provided this year to Oman, 115 had currently been utilised, which was much more than the combined total of utilisation in final two years. H E Mahawar thanked H E Sheikh Marhoon and his ministry as nicely as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the sultanate for paying particular focus to the coaching elements of Omanis in different sectors, resulting in this substantial boost. Stating that the Government of India remained a robust companion in Oman’s journey towards financial diversification and its vision to grow to be a information economy, the ambassador mentioned that particular customised courses can be organised committed for Omani candidates in their places of interest.

ITEC Day celebration is India’s annual endeavour to bring ITEC alumni collectively so that they can share their experiences and views on India with 1 yet another. The ITEC programme was launched in September 1964 as a bilateral programme of help of the Government of India for capacity developing of friendly creating nations.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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