India is a big country with a population of 1.2 billion and the world's fourth largest GNI. While its rapid economic growth, enormous amount of investment is still necessary for development of infrastructure such as roads, railways and other urban transportation systems, power, water supply and sewerage. India also must take measures to reduce poverty for huge population living under poverty line. JICA is actively providing assistance to construct infrastructure as well as poverty alleviation.
On August 1, 2011, a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement between Japan and India went into effect, and 2012 is a memorable year of the 60th anniversary of Japan-India diplomatic relations. JICA is providing assistance to realize Japan-India cooperation such as the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and the Chennai-Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC) in South India, as well as assistance to strengthen Japan-India academic-industry networks, and human resources development for industries such as manufacturing. JICA is extending its assistance to contribute to stronger relations between Japan and India.
|February 21, 2018||Presentations|
|February 14, 2018||Presentations|
|January 31, 2018||Presentations|
|January 30, 2018||JICA Supports Water and Sanitation Sector in Bengaluru with INR 2,500 Crore for Better Living Conditions, JICA's Grant Cooperation for Intelligent Transport System to Reduce Intersection Queue Length by 30% in Bengaluru, Ex-participants of JICA Training Courses Held a Seminar for Sharing Expertise on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency|
|January 29, 2018||JICA shares its experiences/lessons at Environmental Seminar on Air Pollution co-organized by Delhi and Fukuoka|
|January 24, 2018||Signing of Japanese ODA Loan Agreement with India: Providing water supply and sewerage infrastructure to contribute to industrial stimulation in the Silicon Valley of India and improvements in the living environment of residents|
|January 24, 2018||Signing of Grant Agreement with India: Contributing to the mitigation of traffic congestion by providing intelligent transport systems using Japanese technology|
|December 7, 2017||Indian Rail Workers Train in Japan as It Exports Expertise Along With Shinkansen|