Launched on May 1, 2006, the Joint India-IMF Training Programme (ITP) is a cooperative
venture of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).The
Joint India-IMF Training Programme was formally inaugurated on January
24, 2007 by Mr. John Lipsky, First Deputy Managing Director of IMF and Dr. Rakesh
Mohan, Deputy Governor of RBI The ITP is located in Pune, India
The purpose of the ITP is to provide policy-oriented training in economics and related
operational fields to selected Indian officials, as well as to officials of certain
other countries in South Asia and East Africa to be designated jointly by the RBI
and the IMF.
The ITP courses will cover, among other subjects, macroeconomic management and policies,
financial Programming, monetary policy, bank supervision, financial sector issues,
public finance, exchange rate policy and foreign exchange operations and statistics.
The Programme will also include seminars on topical issues for high-level officials.
The ITP Centre is located at the National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM) campus
at Kondhwe Khurd, Pune, India.
The ITP benefits from a substantial financial contribution from the Government of
Joint India-IMF Training Programme,
National Institute of Bank Management
Pune 411 048
Mr. Vijay Raina
Tel (O) : +91-20-2683 7425
Fax : +91-20-2683 7427