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About Foreign Service Institute

The Foreign Service Institute (FSI) was established in 1986 by the Government of India primarily to cater to the professional training needs of the Indian Foreign Service and the Ministry of External Affairs. FSI has diversified its activities to include courses for foreign diplomats in its efforts at building bridges of friendship and cooperation with countries around the world, as well as other Indian government services.  In 2007, FSI moved to its present location at Baba Gangnath Marg, Old JNU Campus, New Delhi.

Though the Foreign Service Institute started functioning in 1986, the training of Indian Foreign Service officers began with an October 1946 Cabinet decision which stated that “The special knowledge and the professional skill required of a diplomat can only be acquired through careful training. ...........

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Shri. Amarendra Khatua

Shri. Amarendra Khatua belongs to 1981 Batch of Indian Foreign Service.

During his diplomatic career, he has held Trade and Economic positions in various Indian Missions including Madrid, Mexico City, Karachi, Moscow and New York.

At the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi, he has worked in different capacities in key divisions including Finance, ....................

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