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At present, there are over 500 Jordanian students pursuing studies in different universities in India.The number of Jordanian alumni of Indian universities is over 2500. India is committed to sharing its developmental experience with Jordan through capacity building programmes under our ITEC programme. We offer 25 slots every year to Jordanian candidates under the ITEC programme. In addition, ICCR offers 05 (five) annual scholarships to meritorious Jordanian students for higher education in India. It is a matter of satisfaction that Jordanian nationals have been making good use of the training opportunities under these programmes offered by the GoI.
Jordanian Minister of Education Tayseer Al-Naimi participated in the First World Education Summit (WES)-2011 held in New Delhi in July 2011. During his visit, he met with the Hon’ble Minister of Human Resource Development Shri Kapil Sibal.
On February 2013, the Amity University Online, India and the Talal Abu Ghazaleh University signed an Agreement paving the way for access to online higher education on a range of streams.