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LIST OF AGREEMENTS SIGNED BETWEEN INDIA AND CHINA DURING PRIME MINISTER Shri. NARENDRA MODI'S VISIT ON 15TH MAY 2015.
05/15/2015

LIST OF AGREEMENTS SIGNED BETWEEN INDIA AND CHINA DURING PRIME MINISTER’S VISIT ON 15TH MAY 2015.

 

1.        

Documents signed in the presence of the two leaders

during the visit of Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi

(May 15, 2015)

 

Sl.

No

Name of Agreement / MOU

Gist of Agreement / MOU

1.       

Protocol between the Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the People’s Republic of China on the the Establishment of Consulates-General at Chengdu and Chennai and the Extension of the Consular district of the Consulate-General of the Republic of India in Guangzhou to include Jiangxi province.

Indian side would establish a new Consulate General at Chengdu, whereas the Chinese side would establish one at Chennai. It would facilitate enhanced trade and economic engagement, people-to-people exchanges, tourism and would help in providing quicker consular assistance to the nationals of the two countries.

 

2.       

Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship of  the Republic of India and the Ministry  of Human Resources and Social Security of the People’s Republic of China on cooperation in the field of Vocational Education and Skill Development.

This MoU will be the first agreement for bilateral cooperation in the field of Vocational Education and Skill Development between India and China. It will strengthen technical cooperation in this field and help share best practices and knowledge. Under this framework MoU, India and China will work towards capacity development and delivery of vocational education in India, including the setting up of vocational training institutes in India.

3.       

Action Plan on Cooperation in Setting up of Mahatma Gandhi National Institute for Skill Development & Entrepreneurship in Ahmedabad/ Gandhinagar Gujarat

The Action Plan aims at concrete implementation of the new framework agreement in the field of vocational education and skill development. India will provide for the land and construct the Institute, and China will cooperate as the key knowledge partner for the Institute and cooperate in the development of curriculum in various trades/industry sectors.

4.       

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Government of Republic of India and the Government of the People’s Republic of China on Consultative Mechanism for Cooperation in Trade Negotiations

 

The MOU aims to strengthen and develop cooperation between the two countries in the field of multilateral trade negotiations at the WTO.

 

5.    

Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation between the Ministry of External Affairs of the Republic of India and the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China

The MoU expands the existing programme between the International Department of the Communist Party of China and Ministry of External Affairs to facilitate exchanges at the level of Chief Minister from the Indian side, and leaders of the CPC Central Committee, Provincial or Ministerial leaders from the Chinese side.

 

6.       

Action Plan between the National Railway Administration of the People’s Republic of China and the Ministry of Railways of the Republic of India on Enhancing Cooperation in the Railway Sector (2015-2016)

To further develop cooperation in the railway sector, the two sides have agreed to carry out certain specific cooperation activities during 2015-2016 in the following areas: Cooperation in speed-raising of existing routes (Chennai-Bengaluru-Mysore), Cooperation in High Speed Rail (Delhi-Nagpur sector or Delhi-Chennai route), Cooperation in Railway Station Re-development, Cooperation in Heavy-Haul Training, Cooperation in Establishment of Railway University.

 

7.       

Memorandum of Understanding on Education Exchange Programme

MOU will encourage the governmental departments and the educational institutions of the two countries to enhance the contacts and cooperation in the field of education. The EEP also provides for scholarships to students from the two countries in each others’ educational institutions.

 

8.       

Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Mines

of the Republic of India and

the Ministry of Land and Resources of the People’s Republic of China on Cooperation in the fields of Mining And Mineral Sector

This Memorandum establishes a basis for the mutually beneficial exchange of information concerning progress on geoscience, investigation and management of geohazards and mineral exploration. The MoU also envisages encouraging mining investment and mining sideline products, service and technology exchange between India and China.

9.       

Space Cooperation Outline (2015-2020)

The Outline for Space Cooperation provides specific programmes that the two sides plan to cooperate on during 2015-2020. The themes selected for cooperation include cooperation on remote-sensing missions, space-based meteorology, lunar & deep-space exploration, piggy-back launching, satellite navigation, components and education & training.

10.   

Protocol on Health and Safety Regulations on Importing Indian Rapeseed Meal between the Export Inspection Council, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Republic of India, and the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine

The Protocol will govern the health and safety standards for the rapeseed meal to be exported from India to China. It paves the way for export of rapeseed meal from India to China.

11.   

Memorandum of Understanding between Doordarshan and

China Central Television

on cooperation in the field of Broadcasting

The MoU aims at developing cooperation between Doorsarshan and CCTV through exchange of television programmes, promotion of co-production on programmes on themes of mutual interest and training of production and technical staff.

12.   

Agreement between the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of India and the National Tourism Administration of the People’s Republic of China on Cooperation in the field of Tourism

MoU aims at enhancing bilateral cooperation in tourism sector through cooperation between hotels & tour operators, capacity-building in tourism sector, investment in tourism & hospitality sectors and exchange of visits of tour operators, media and opinion-makers. It attains a special significance in view of Year 2015 and 2016 being designated as ‘Visit India Year’ and ‘Visit China Year’ respectively.

13.   

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Establishing India-China Think-Tanks Forum

This MoU establishes a Think-Tanks Forum to bring together Indian and Chinese scholars to deliberate on contemporary issues of regional and international significance. The Forum will thus serve to enhance exchanges in the fields of area studies, security, economics, strategic thought and demographics.

 

14.   

Memorandum of Understanding between NITI Aayog of the Government of India and the Development Research Centre, State Council of the People’s Republic of China

The MoU seeks to create cooperative relations between the two institutions, with the broad objective of furthering cooperation and understanding on strategic macroeconomic and policy issues. The MoU establishes a basis for exchange of research information, visits, joint workshops and joint research.

 

15.   

Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Earth Sciences of the  Republic of India and the China Earthquake Administration of the People’s Republic of China Concerning Cooperation in the Field of Earthquake Sciences and Earthquake Engineering

This MOU provides a framework for collaboration between India and China for research in Earthquake Sciences, Earthquake Engineering and Geosciences. The broad objective of the cooperation is to enable the exchange of information between the two countries, personnel and technical knowledge, and to support the improvement and development of programs in Earthquake Sciences and Services.

16.   

Memorandum of Understanding between Ministry of Earth Sciences of the Republic of India and the State Oceanic Administration of the People’s Republic of China on Cooperation in the field of Ocean Sciences, Ocean Technology, Climate Change, Polar Science and Cryosphere.

 

The MoU constructs a framework for collaboration between India and China in the sphere of ocean sciences and associated domains. The MoU enables exchange of scientific resources, personnel and technical knowledge, and cooperative activities in scientific areas of mutual interest.

17.   

Memorandum of Understanding on Scientific Cooperation between Geological Survey of India, Ministry of Mines, of the Republic of India and China Geological SurveyMinistry of Land and Resources of People’s Republic of China in Geosciences

 

The aim of this MOU is to strengthen mutual scientific cooperation in Geo Sciences by means ofstudies and research projects to strengthen the bilateral co-operation

 

18.   

Memorandum of Understanding

between the Ministry of External Affairs, Republic of India and Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries on Establishment of States/Provincial Leaders’ Forum

 

The MOU lays ground for development and strengthening of exchanges and cooperation at the State/Provincial and city/municipality level between the India and China. This will also enable

Cooperation in the fields of trade and investment, agriculture, skill development, smart cities, urban planning, clean energy, education, culture, tourism, people to people exchanges.

19.   

Agreement on the Establishment of Sister-State/Province Relations

Between State Government of Karnataka of the Republic of India and Provincial Government of Sichuan of People’s Republic of China.

 

The agreement establishes Sister-State/Province relationship between Karnataka and Sichuan. It will enhance people-to-people exchanges fostering greater mutual understanding.

20.   

Agreement on the Establishment of Sister City Relations between Chennai, Republic of India and Chongqing, People’s Republic of China

 

The agreement establishes Sister-City relations between Chennai and Chongqing. It will enhance people-to-people exchanges fostering greater mutual understanding.

21.   

Agreement on the Establishment of Sister City Relations between Hyderabad, Republic of India and Qingdao, People’s Republic of China

 

The agreement establishes Sister-City relations between Hyderabad and Qingdao. It will enhance people-to-people exchanges fostering greater mutual understanding.

22.   

Agreement on the Establishment of Sister City Relations between Aurangabad, Republic of India and Dunhuang, People’s Republic of China

 

The agreement establishes Sister-City relations between Aurangabad and Dunhuang. It will enhance people-to-people exchanges fostering greater mutual understanding.

 

23.   

Memorandum of Understanding between the Indian Council for Cultural Relations and Fudan University on the Establishment of a Center for Gandhian and Indian Studies

The MoU lays the ground for collaboration towards the establishment of a Center for Gandhian and Indian Studies. The Center will focus on research on Gandhian thought and practice, Indian politics, economy, language, religion and culture, Buddhism and ancient India-China contacts. Academic exchanges, promotion of teaching of Indian languages are also envisioned by the MoU.

 

24.   

Memorandum Of Understanding Between Indian Council for Cultural Relations And Yunnan Minzu University on the Establishment of a Yoga College

The MoU provides a framework for the establishment of a Yoga College at YMU in Kunming. Under this MoU, ICCR will assist YMU in planning, training, promotion and coordination of Yoga education, therapy and research, while YMU will provide physical infrastructure and other facilities for a Yoga College in Yunnan.

 

 

  

 

 

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