Embassy of India invites all stakeholders (governments both central as also regional ie provinces / states / cities; embassy, trade and industry including chambers and export promotion councils, academia, think tanks) as per the details below:

 

Date

GMT

Country / interpretation

Invitees nationality

RSVP

Outline

Reports, contacts, ppts

28 Feb

1000 Hrs GMT (=0900 CV time)

Cabo Verde

(English-Portuguese)

Cabo Verde, India

Rsvp1

1.        Welcome remarks, G V Srinivas, Ambassador Designate of India to Cabo Verde

2.        India-Cabo Verde Bilateral relations: Ms Yashika Mehta, Second Secretary (Political), Embassy of India

3.        India-Cabo Verde Trade and Economic relations: Mr Sandeep Sood, Second Secretary (Commercial), Embassy of India

4.        India-Cabo Verde cooperation in education and capacity building, tourism and culture: Mr Rakesh Kawra, First Secretary (Development Partnership), Embassy of India

5.        Remarks from Honorary Consul General of Cabo Verde in India Mr Sanjay Dewan

6.        QnA / comments

(Given the number of speakers, each must limit to maximum 5 minutes, to allow time for dual translation and QnA/comments)

Recording

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1055 Hrs

 

 

 

Please join-in the next webinar, see the Rsvp2 below.

 

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1100 Hrs GMT

India

(English-French-Portuguese)

India, Cabo Verde, Guinea Bissau, Senegal, The Gambia

Rsvp2

1.        Welcome remarks, G V Srinivas, Ambassador of India

2.        Constitution of India, Article 51A (i): Fundamental Duties: to safeguard public property and to abjure violence, by Ms Yashika Mehta, Second Secretary, Embassy of India

3.        Economic Survey India: Presentation by Ms Yashika Mehta, Second Secretary, Embassy of India

4.        Indian Budget: avenues for bilateral trade and economic cooperation: Mr Sandeep Sood, Second Secretary, Embassy of India

5.        India: partner in capacity Building: Mr Rakesh Kawra, First Secretary, Embassy of India

6.        M/s Panacea: Bhabhatron - Cancer therapy and other medical equipment

7.        M/s NSDLeGovernance

8.        M/s NTPC – gas fired power plant

9.        M/s Vermigold – Waste disposal

10.     M/s Excel Infrapower SARL

11.     M/s Microlabs

12.      QnA/comments

(Given the number of speakers, each must limit to maximum 2 minutes, to allow time for dual translation and QnA/comments)

Recording

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1155

 

 

 

Please join-in the next webinar, see the Rsvp3 below.

 

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1200 Hrs GMT

Senegal (Thies, Ziguinchor, Saint Louis)

(English-French)

India, Senegal

Rsvp3

1.        Welcome remarks, G V Srinivas, Ambassador of India

2.        India-Senegal Bilateral relations: Ms Yashika Mehta, Second Secretary (Political), Embassy of India

3.        India-Senegal Trade and Economic relations: Mr Sandeep Sood, Second Secretary (Commercial), Embassy of India

4.        India-Senegal cooperation in education and capacity building, tourism and culture: Mr Rakesh Kawra, First Secretary (Development Partnership), Embassy of India

5.        Office of Governor Thies [Mme. Oumy LAYE, Head, Regional Service of Statistics and Demography]

6.        Town Hall of Thiès [Ms. Adjaratou Séne NDIAYE, Director of Town Planning and Development, City of Thiès]

7.        District Sanitaire Fartick (Fartick Health District)

8.        Chamber of Commerce Thies

9.        Senegalese Manufauctures of Decorative Arts

10.     Lycée technique (Technical School)

11.     Ziguinchor

12.     Saint Louis

13.      QnA / Comments

 

(Given the number of speakers, each must limit to maximum 3 minutes, to allow time for dual translation and QnA/comments)

Recording

9 Mar

1000 Hrs GMT

The Gambia (Kanifing)

India, The Gambia

Rsvp4

1.        Welcome remarks, G V Srinivas, High Commissioner Designate of India to The Gambia

2.        Office of Mayor of Kanifing  Municipal Council covering (ppt)

a.         Waste Processing at Bakoteh dumpsite

b.        Street addressing systems, including GIS mapping and digital address solutions; and

c.         Urban mobility / municipal bus transportation service.

3.        QnA/Comments

 

contacts

recording

 

The video at https://youtu.be/IQ3Xwwgbd8Y would be useful to those attending webinar for the first time.  As can be seen from there, with webinar, one can join using internet connected computer / smartphone and not only speak over headphones but also make presentations. All those interested are invited to share the SWOT (Strength Weaknesses Opportunities and Challenges) analysis of the entity that they represent. As you join webinar, please keep your power point presentation ready on your computer. You can take us through your presentation directly from your computer. To enable this, webinar organizer will transfer control of the screen to that of your computer so that we all see your ppt. As to the language, interpreters from the Embassy would present the gist in the relevant language as above, at the end of the presentations / interventions.

 

Please note that the table above has four distinct RSVP links; we would have to finish each segment in time to enable us (both the organizers and the participants) sign-in for the next segment right on time. Hence time management would be paramount. All speakers must limit, during the webinar, to making make their most important points. Each speaker must also send a detailed lucid paper, as .docx, covering all the points that they wish to make, to amb.dakar@mea.gov.in latest by 27 February 2020; we would publish the paper here and cross link in the table above, for widest dissemination. Please note that lucid text documents are much easier to follow, particularly through online translations, and allow also to articulate all the messages that the presenter may have.

 

Further, in the interest of time, all the power points would be run centrally by the organizer, as  the speakers make their sharp interventions; towards this all power points must be sent to amb.dakar@mea.gov.in latest by 28 February 0700 Hrs GMT.

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