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Instructions

  • The total number of participants would be about 30 per university/institution.
  • The University would select the participants for the course and the application forms would be available on the websites of the respective Universities.
  • Gratis visa by Indian Missions/Posts abroad may be granted to selected participants.
  • The mission should seek a medical fitness certificate from the participants and every participant should have medical insurance before the visa is granted to them.
  • The weather condition of India should also be communicated to the participants and they should also be briefed that stay in a rural area is the part of the programme where air-conditioned accommodation is often not available.
  • Selected participants would be required to abide by the regulations of the Connect to India Programme as conveyed to them by the university/institution. They are expected to cooperate fully in the programme in order to ensure its smooth conduct.
  • In case a participant is found guilty of misconduct or indiscipline during the course of his/her stay, he/she may be asked to leave the programme.
  • Drinking and smoking in many places in India is banned and is discouraged during the programme. Participants are expected to remain with the group and maintain seriousness towards the programme.
  • The participants would also not be permitted to leave the programme midway. All are expected to participate in various programmes organized for them. Participants who leave the programme on their own will not be entitled to the per diem allowance.
  • The organisers will take care of the participants for the duration of the programme only. If the participants wish to come early or stay late they will have their own arrangements.