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Students of ITEC/SCAAP program share their experience at Aptech


ITEC (Indian Technical & Economic Cooperation) is a program run by the Government of India with the goal of encouraging cooperation & partnership among developing countries, for mutual benefit.

The ITEC Program is fully-funded by the Government of India. It has evolved & grown over the years. Under ITEC & its corollary SCAAP (Special Commonwealth African Assistance Programme), 161 countries in Asia, East Europe (including the former USSR), Central Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean as well as Pacific & Small Island countries are invited to share in the Indian developmental experience in various fields. Annually, the country spends Rs. 500 million on ITEC/ SCAAP activities.

Wish to come to India & study under the ITEC/ SCAAP program? Click here to get started.

  • Aptech is empanelled by the Ministry of External Affairs - Government of India, to provide quality IT, multimedia & language training to participants from across the globe.
  • Officials in Government, Public Sectors, Universities, Chambers of Commerce & Industry, etc. from the participating countries may apply for these courses.
  • Aptech offers short-term (10 to 14 weeks) courses in English Communication, IT skills, Web Design & Development and Graphic Design. All courses are conducted in Delhi.

Wish to come to India & study under the ITEC/ SCAAP program? Click here to get started.


ITEC/ SCAAP in Delhi

Aptech conducts the ITEC/ SCAAP program in Delhi.

Delhi is a multicultural, multilingual melting pot. An international metropolis with excellent tourist spots & recreational facilities, Delhi has various resorts, restaurants & cafes serving all sorts of world cuisine.

The city has had a rich & colourful past going back several centuries. Historic forts, temples, mosques & other monuments draw tourists from around the globe. The prominent landmarks in Old Delhi include the majestic Red Fort, the vibrant Chandni Chowk and Raj Ghat & Shanti Vana - the last two being memorials constructed after India's Independence in 1947.

All this history co-exists with the modern, new-world metropolis that is New Delhi. Designed by Edwin Lutyens & Herbert Baker, New Delhi is a spacious, open city. Notable attractions here include the Rashtrapati Bhawan (onetime imperial residence of the British Viceroys), the India Gate (memorial raised in honour of the Indian soldiers martyred during the Afghan war), Qutab Minar (built by Qutub-Ud-Din Aibek) & the lotus-shaped Baha'i Temple. The spectacular Akshardham temple, the latest addition to Delhi's architectural wonders, is one of the biggest & most intricate places of worship ever constructed.

Wish to come to India & study under the ITEC/ SCAAP program? Click here to get started.

Participants speak

Rashan Reid (Guyana), Oscar Bunda (Zambia), Arafa Issa Sharif (Tanzania), Lentswe Motshoganetsi (Botswana), and Ines Mariana Gonzales Gavilano (Peru) completed their graphic & web designing course with Aptech in India. They share their experience at Aptech. Watch the video below.

Deki Zangmo (Bhutan), Eyob Gebru (Ethiopia), and Sauphaphone (Laos) completed their graphic design & English communication course at Aptech in India. They share their hopes for a better future, and thank Aptech for all the support & learning. Watch the video to hear about their experience.

How to apply for the ITEC/ SCAAP

  • Fill the ITEC application form online
  • Forward the completely-filled nomination form through your respective organization to the nearest Indian Embassy or High Commission.
  • The Indian Embassy/ High Commission will then forward the form to the Technical Cooperation Division of the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, who will send it to Aptech for acceptance.
  • On approval by the Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi, the Indian Embassy/ High Commission will arrange for the candidate's travel to-and-fro at the expense of the Government of India.

Contact us

Aptech Limited
2nd Floor, 8, Ring Road,
Lajpat Nagar 4,
New Delhi - 110024, India
Web: www.aptech-worldwide.com

Contact person
Ms. Sonia Narula

Tel: +91 11 2644 2761 (Direct)
Email: sonian@aptech.ac.in

Mr. Hanit Vairagi
Project Coordinator - ITEC/ SCAAP

Telefax: +91 11 2622 8005 (Direct)
Mobile: +91 9873676676
Email: hanitv@aptech.ac.in

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