The Indian Technical and Economic Co-ope­ration (ITEC) programme has seen more than 400 Trinidadians and Tobagonians visit India to study several courses over the years. On October 5, ITEC Day was celebrated with ITEC alumni and other distinguished guests in an evening function, at the Passage to Asia restaurant in Chaguanas.

Minister of Community Devel­op­ment, Culture and the Arts Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly was the chief guest and said the ITEC Pro­gramme offered by the Government of India is one story offering citizens of T&T unique exchange opportunities to experience the world from a reimagined perspective.

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