A team of experts from France from the domains of architecture and urban planning interacted with stakeholders in Pondicherry to envision a planned future for the town and region incorporating heritage conservation, tourism, water management and sustainable development.
The Embassy of France in India, in cooperation with the Indian Department of Personnel and Training, the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), and Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA), jointly organized (...)
The call for joint projects is open to all French and Indian local government authorities, from 1 March to 15 July 2014.
In this context, the MAE will provide financial assistance to Indo-French decentralised cooperation projects. The grant of aid to projects will depend on the commitment of the partner Indian local government authority to co-finance the projects.
French local government authorities are requested to contact the Departments of the Embassy of France in India, which will be their privileged interlocutors for further information on the local context of the envisaged cooperation.
The École Nationale d’Administration (ENA) trains top level civil servants to work in the French and foreign civil service and prepares them for their future responsibilities at national, European and international level.
For more than 60 years, ENA has been welcoming foreign students from all continents. Over 3,300 foreign students from 127 different countries have already taken our courses.
On December 19th 2013, the Embassy of France in India organised a seminar on Indo-French local cooperation in urban development launched by the Ambassador of France to India, H.E. Mr. François Richier, and Mr. Ashok SINGHVI, Joint Secretary, Indian Ministry of Urban Development.
Visit of the French regional councils of _ Pays de la Loire and Centre regions to India _ 11 - 18 January 2012
As part of their initiatives in support of decentralised cooperation, the French Embassy and (...)