Indian vice-president Mohammed Hamid Ansari has offered India’s expertise in information technology and education to train Tunisian citizens as Asia’s third largest economy looked to deepen ties with the strategically located North African country and the African continent as a whole.

India’s offer is seen in the context skilling the African People.  Last Year Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who hosted the third India-Africa Summit in New Delhi, announced 50,000 scholarships for African students.

The India-Africa Diamond Institute located in Botswana, India-Africa Institute of Foreign Trade run out of the University of Burundi and offering full-time and part-time masters of business administration course to African students.

Source: ENA India