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CIS Countries

The Department of Electronics and Information Technology has been implementing ICT projects in CIS countries on behalf of Ministry of External Affairs for several years. The Department has active G2G collaboration with many CIS countries like Russia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Belarus, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan. Joint Working Groups have been established for enhancing cooperation in ICT. Feasibility studies for setting up of IT Centres in various CIS countries have also been carried out.

Uzbekistan

  • Jawaharlal Nehru India Uzbekistan Centre for Information Technology (JNIUCIT) at Tashkent, Uzbekistan was established and commenced operations in April 2006. The Centre has already trained more than 650 students. C-DAC was the implementing agency from the Indian side.
  • The 1st Meeting of the Indo-Uzbek Joint Working Group on IT was held at Electronics Niketan, New Delhi in January 2011. The Working Group discussed and deliberated on various issues to increase bilateral cooperation in IT sector between the two countries
  • Information Technology) of the Republic of India and the Communications and Information Agency of Uzbekistan on Cooperation in Information Technology, signed on 18 May 2011 in New Delhi.

Tajikistan

  • Bedil India Tajik Centre of Information Technology at Dushanbe, Tajikistan was set up by India. C-DAC was the implementing agency from the Indian side. The Centre started operation in July 2006.

Armenia

  • India-Armenia Centre of Excellence in IT was setup by India for teaching information technology at Yerevan, Armenia.
    The Armenia Government has provided physical infrastructure for the project like land, building, electricity, water etc. and the requisite manpower, whereas, the technical infrastructure, course curricula, training of trainers was provided by the Indian side.
    The Centre caters to HRD development activities in IT sector. The Centre has high performance computing facility, R&D Lab, video conferencing, Class Rooms etc. C-DAC was the implementing agency from the Indian side. The Centre was inaugurated in November 2011.
  • Setting up of Computer Labs in 72 Schools under Tavush Region in Armenia is in progress.

Belarus

  • India-Belarus Digital Learning Centre (DLC-ICT) was setup by India to promote development of ICT in Belarus.
  • The Belarus Government has provided physical infrastructure for the project like land, building, electricity, water etc. and the requisite manpower, whereas, the technical infrastructure, course curricula, training of trainers were provided by the Indian side.
  • DLC-ICT is connected to 4 Regional Centres in Belarus through lease lines and has been imparting advance IT education through e-learning.
  • DLC-ICT is operational since February 2011. More than 1000 students have already been trained so far from the centre.
  • On behalf of Govt. of India, C-DAC was the implementing agency from the Indian side. The Centre was inaugurated in January 2012.

Turkmenistan

  • India-Turkmenistan IT Centre at Ashgabat was set up by India in October 2011to promote ICT in Turkmenistan.
  • The Turkmenistan Government has provided physical infrastructure like land, building, electricity, water etc. and the requisite manpower, whereas, the technical infrastructure, course curricula, training of trainers was provided by the Indian side.
  • The Centre caters to HRD development activities in IT sector. The Centre has the Data Centre, Computer Labs with Server, Class Rooms and Video Conferencing facility to organize specialized teaching programmes in ICT with India. C-DAC was the implementing agency from the Indian side

Russia

  • An MOU for cooperation in IT sector with Russia was signed in December 2010 during the visit of Russian President to New Delhi.
  • Last meeting of Indo-Russia Joint Working Group on ICT was held in April 2011 at Moscow. Both sides agreed for sharing of Information and increased cooperation in the areas of Manufacturing of IT, Electronics Hardware, e-Governance - Citizen Service Centres, Software Technology Parks, Unique ID Card and Telecommunications etc.

Kazakhstan

  • An MOU between CERT-In, India and KZ-CERT, Kazakhstan was signed during April 2011 for a period of two years.
  • PM has announced to set up a Centre of Excellence in IT at Eurasian National University during his visit to Kazakhstan in April 2011. The Centre is proposed to have HPC facility for research, ICT learning centre, Video Conferencing Facility, etc,
  • India-Kazakhstan Working Group on Information Technology was held in March 2012 at New Delhi Both side shared its experience in e-government, IT Education, IT Park, Information Security. Action Plan for further works on establishment of Kazakhstan-India ICT advanced Training Centre in Eurasian National University was also discussed.

 

 

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