ADB's support to India aims to accelerate economic transformation by building industrial competitiveness, creating jobs, accelerating growth of low-income states, and addressing environmental and climate change challenges.
ADB’s lending operations to India started in 1986, and the India Resident Mission was opened in 1992. The resident mission provides the primary operational link for activities between ADB and the government, the private sector, civil society stakeholders, and development partners. It engages in policy dialogue, country partnership strategy development and programming, and portfolio management, while also acting as a knowledge base on development issues in India.
The India government agency handling ADB affairs is the Department of Economic Affairs in the Ministry of Finance.
The India Resident Mission will be closed on these dates:
|New Year's Day||January 1 (Friday)|
|Republic Day||January 26 (Tuesday)|
|Holi||March 29 (Monday)|
|Good Friday||April 2 (Friday)|
|Idu'l Fitr||May 14 (Friday)|
|Janmashtami||August 30 (Monday)|
|Dussehra||October 15 (Friday)|
|Diwali||November 4 (Thursday)|
|Christmas Day||December 24 (Friday) in lieu of December 25 (Saturday)|
|New Year's Eve||December 31 (Friday)|
Last updated: 9 December 2020