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Users are encouraged to report agreements, errors or omissions via the online contact form. Private institutions that existed in French institutions on 1 November 1954 can continue to exist and preserve the possibility of French education. They continue to receive grants from communities and other organizations at least equivalent to those granted on November 1, 1954. They will be able to obtain unimpeded assistance that the French government, in agreement with the Indian government, may want to grant. The joint doctoral training (followed by doctoral theses) and diplomas in international partnership, in particular with universities in some European countries, intend to promote high-level training that is highly integrated and highly integrated and oriented towards mobility. The selected binational projects are supported financially by France (MESR and MAEE, generally parity) and by the partner country, either through binational institutions such as the Franco-German University and the Franco-Italian University, or through the Ministry of Higher Education and Research and its foreign counterpart, following calls for tenders and evaluations. Germany, Austria, Spain, Greece, Italy, Poland, Portugal, the Czech Republic and Ukraine are members of this programme and it is about to be launched in Turkey. This desire to encourage quality European mobility also encourages MESR and/or representative conferences to develop conventions that facilitate the mutual recognition of diplomas between European countries ready to do so (Germany, Austria, Spain, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland and the Czech Republic).
The equivalences of French diplomas and diplomas awarded to persons belonging to French organizations, namely “Baccalaureat”, “elemental patent”, “undergraduate certificate” with diplomas and diplomas issued by Indian universities, are accepted by the Indian government for admission to higher education and higher administrative careers. This equivalence is determined in accordance with the recommendations of the Joint Committee on Education, which was appointed by both governments in accordance with the agreement of October 21, 1954. The same applies to law and medical degrees awarded in companies. The purely local character must be recognized under normal conditions. In France, the directorate of European and international relations and cooperation – within the Ministry of National Education – contributes to the opening up of the French education system to the world and to the development of the French language.