U.S. Education Mission to India, 17622-17624 [2011-7472]

Download as PDF 17622 Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 61 / Wednesday, March 30, 2011 / Notices with potential partners, a market briefing by the Commercial Specialist for the biotech life science sector at the U.S. Consulate, and networking activities. Site visits to Hong Kong’s Science & Technology Park and leading research universities may be offered. One week prior to the Trade Mission, it should also be noted that from October 12–13, there will be a BIO China (https://www.bio.org/biochina) trade event in Shanghai that will focus on the biotech sector. Though BIO China is not officially linked to the Commerce Department’s Biotech Life Science Trade Mission to China, U.S. trade mission participants may opt to precede the October 17–20, 2011 Trade Mission by participating in this event. Participation in the mission will include the following: • Pre-travel briefings/webinar on subjects ranging from business practices in China to intellectual property rights; • Pre-scheduled meetings with potential partners, distributors, end users, Clinical Research Organizations, or investors in Hong Kong; • Transportation to and from airports in Beijing and Hong Kong; • Meetings with Chinese Government officials; • Participation in industry receptions in Beijing and Hong Kong; • Meetings with CS China’s biotech and life science industry specialists in Beijing and Hong Kong. Visits to (tbd). Research Facilities Participation Requirements Selection Criteria for Participation All parties interested in participating in the Biotech Life Science Trade Mission to China must complete and submit an application for consideration by the Department of Commerce. All applicants will be evaluated on their ability to meet certain conditions and best satisfy the selection criteria as outlined below. A minimum of 15 and a maximum of 20 participants will be selected for the mission from the applicant pool. U.S. companies and associations already involved with and/ or doing business in China as well as U.S. companies and associations seeking exposure to the market for the first time are encouraged to apply. Selection will be based on the following criteria: • Suitability of a company’s products or services to the mission’s goals; • Applicant’s potential for business in China, including likelihood of exports resulting from the trade mission; • Consistency of the applicant’s goals and objectives with the stated scope of the trade mission. Referrals from political organizations and any documents containing references to partisan political activities (including political contributions) will be removed from an applicant’s submission and not considered during the selection process. Fees and Expenses Timeframe for Recruitment and Applications After a participant has been selected for the mission, a payment to the Department of Commerce in the form of a participation fee is required. The participation fee will be $3,270 for large firms and $2,327 for a small or mediumsized enterprise (SME) 1 or small trade organization, which will cover one representative. The fee for each additional firm representative (large firm or SME) is $500. Expenses for travel, lodging, most meals, and incidentals will be the responsibility of each mission participant. Conditions for Participation Proposed Timetable An applicant must submit a completed and signed mission application and supplemental application materials, including adequate information on the company’s products and/or services, primary market objectives, and goals for Beijing. participation. If the U.S. Department of Market briefings by U.S. EmCommerce receives an incomplete bassy Beijing officials. Meetings with Chinese Ministry application, the Department may reject of Health and State Food and the application, request additional information, or take the lack of Drug Administration officials. Networking reception. information into account when Beijing. evaluating the applications. Tour of Bio Parks and Research • Each applicant must also certify Facilities. that the products and services it seeks Travel to Hong Kong. to export through the mission are either Business meetings. produced in the United States, or, if not, Hong Kong. One-on-one business match- marketed under the name of a U.S. firm Mission participants will be encouraged to arrive October 15 or 16, 2011 and the mission program will proceed from October 17 through October 20, 2011. October 17 October 18 WReier-Aviles on DSKGBLS3C1PROD with NOTICES October 19 October 20 VerDate Mar<15>2010 making appointments Briefings from Hong Kong government, industry association, and American Chamber representatives. Tour of Science & Technology Parks. Networking reception Hong Kong. One-on-one business matchmaking appointments. 14:59 Mar 29, 2011 Jkt 223001 and have at least fifty-one percent U.S. content. 1 An SME is defined as a firm with 500 or fewer employees or that otherwise qualifies as a small business under SBA regulations (see https:// www.sba.gov/services/contractingopportunities/ sizestandardstopics/ ). Parent companies, affiliates, and subsidiaries will be considered when determining business size. The dual pricing reflects the Commercial Service’s user fee schedule that became effective May 1, 2008 (see https:// www.export.gov/newsletter/march2008/ initiatives.html for additional information). PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Mission recruitment will be conducted in an open and public manner, including publication in the Federal Register, posting on the Commerce Department trade mission calendar (https://export.gov/ trademissions/) and other Internet Web sites, press releases to general and trade media, direct mail, notices by industry trade associations and other multiplier groups, and publicity at industry meetings, symposia, conferences, and trade shows. Recruitment for the mission will begin immediately and conclude no later than 08/15/2011. The U.S. Department of Commerce will review all applications immediately after the deadline. We will inform applicants of selection decisions as soon as possible after 08/15/2011. Applications received after that date will be considered only if space and scheduling constraints permit. Contacts U.S. Commercial Service Domestic Contact: Douglas Wallace, Commercial Officer, 415–705–1765, Douglas.Wallace@trade.gov. Elnora Moye, U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration. [FR Doc. 2011–7471 Filed 3–29–11; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3510–FP–P DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE International Trade Administration U.S. Education Mission to India International Trade Administration, Department of Commerce. AGENCY: E:\FR\FM\30MRN1.SGM 30MRN1 Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 61 / Wednesday, March 30, 2011 / Notices ACTION: Notice. WReier-Aviles on DSKGBLS3C1PROD with NOTICES Mission Description The United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, U.S. Commercial Service is organizing an education industry trade mission to India (New Delhi, Chennai, and Mumbai) from October 10–15, 2011. This mission will include representatives from graduate programs, 4-year undergraduate programs and state study consortia whose members are appropriately accredited by one of the seven regional accrediting bodies. This mission will seek to connect United States education institutions to potential students, university/institution partners and education consultants in India. The mission will include one-on-one appointments with potential partners, embassy briefings, student fairs and networking events in New Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai, three of the top cities for recruiting Indian students to the United States. Commercial Setting There are several types of opportunities for U.S. universities and institutions of higher learning in India: (1) Attracting Indian students to the United States and (2) establishing a campus in India to offer courses and programs in India and (3) online training programs. The mission will be open to regionally accredited United States educational institutions at the 4year undergraduate level and above that wish to either attract students to the United States or meet with potential partners for collaboration in India. For the eighth consecutive year, Indian students constitute the largest group of international students studying in the United States, with a total Indian student population in the United States of 103,260, a 9.2% increase from 2008. Most Indian students seeking international education choose U.S. universities and the majority (72%) of Indian students in the United State are studying at the graduate level. However, we expect an increasing amount of undergraduate students due to the abundance of ‘‘international’’ primary and secondary schools throughout India and the influx of India-born parents who return to India with U.S.-educated children. India’s huge youth population, estimated at 315 million between the ages of 10 and 24, will continue to create a large demand for higher education. There are approximately 9.5 VerDate Mar<15>2010 14:59 Mar 29, 2011 Jkt 223001 million students enrolled in higher education in India compared to that of the United States, where 19.1 million U.S. citizens are enrolled. As the number of students enrolled in higher education institutions in India is projected to rise to 11 million over the next three years, there are increasing doubts that India will have enough purely domestic education institutions to meet this demand. The United States, with over 4,000 accredited institutions of higher learning, has the capacity to offer access to high quality education to students in a broad range of fields. Employers in India have stressed the importance of developing a workforce equipped with adequate technical, teamwork and communication skills. India offers substantial education opportunities for U.S. universities and other institutions of higher learning to establish schools, programs and curriculum in India. The Government of India (GOI) introduced milestone legislation to Parliament last year titled, the Foreign Educational Institutions (Regulation of Entry and Operation) Bill 2010. Once passed the legislation should allow for foreign education providers to set up campuses in the country—independently and jointly— and offer degrees to Indian students. Experts estimate the Indian education market has a potential value of $28 billion. The first stop on the mission itinerary is New Delhi, the capital city of India. This visit would give the delegates an opportunity to directly interact with officials from the Government of India regarding education policies. Many of the finest educational institutions of India are located in Delhi. There are 15 universities and nearly 85 colleges, 55 management institutes, 7 medical colleges, 10 engineering colleges, a large number of computer institutes, 314 higher secondary schools, hundreds of preparatory schools and a good number of other institutes spread across the city. The Delhi NCR (National Capital Region) is the hub for education in the northern India and would attract institutions from other cities in the north to come and meet with the U.S. institutions. New Delhi would offer the delegates briefings, one-on-one meetings and a student fair. Then the group will travel to Chennai, a booming organized education center in India. Chennai, the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu, is India’s 3rd largest metropolis and is gaining recognition as a dynamic trade and education PO 00000 Frm 00007 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 17623 destination for many U.S. universities. The mission participants will have the opportunity to participate in briefings, student recruitment fairs and one-onone meetings. One of the largest ‘‘knowledge communities’’ in the Asia Pacific region, Chennai boasts 350 engineering colleges, 230 polytechnics and 12 deemed (‘‘officially accredited’’) universities offering technical and medical education. Around 7,040 students went to the United States from the Chennai region to pursue higher education in 2009. Finally, the delegation will visit Mumbai, the capital of the state of Maharashtra, to participate in matchmaking meetings and student recruitment fair. US&FCS Mumbai has been approached by several private equity companies, colleges and large companies interested in investing in the education sector and are seeking U.S. collaborations. Located near Mumbai, the city of Pune is ranked as the top destination for education in India. In addition, while Maharashtra possesses the highest percentage of universities in India (11.3%), it also has the highest number of student enrollments in India in higher education, around 1.5 million. Mission Goals The goals of the United States Education Mission to India are: (1) To gain market exposure and introduce participants to the vibrant Indian market in the three main metropolitan cities of New Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai; (2) assess current and future business prospects by establishing valuable contacts with prospective consultants, students and educational institutions, and (3) develop market knowledge and relationships leading to student recruitment and potential partnerships. Mission Scenario Participation in the mission will include the following: • Pre-travel briefings/webinars; • Embassy/consulate and industry briefings; • Pre-scheduled meetings with university heads and educational consultants in New Delhi, Chennai, and Mumbai; • Airport transfers in New Delhi, Chennai, and Mumbai; • Site visit in New Delhi/Chennai. The precise schedule will depend on the specific goals and objectives of the mission participants. Timetable E:\FR\FM\30MRN1.SGM 30MRN1 17624 Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 61 / Wednesday, March 30, 2011 / Notices Day of week Date Activity Sunday ........................................................... October 9 ...................................................... Monday .......................................................... October 10, New Delhi .................................. Tuesday ......................................................... October 11 .................................................... Chennai ......................................................... Wednesday .................................................... October 12 .................................................... Chennai ......................................................... Thursday ........................................................ October 13 .................................................... Friday ............................................................. October 14 .................................................... Mumbai .......................................................... Proposed Mission Schedule—October 10–15, 2011 Arrive in New Delhi (evening arrival). Check into hotel. Mission Meetings Officially Start—October 10–11, 2011: Embassy Briefing. One-on-one matchmaking meetings. Luncheon hosted by TBD. Student fair. Embassy reception. Arrive in Chennai on October 11 afternoon and check into hotel: Half day site visit—to be finalized. Late afternoon departure for Chennai. One-on-one business appointments. One-on-one matchmaking meetings. Luncheon hosted by TBD. Student fair (4–8 pm). Half day site visit—to be finalized. Late afternoon depart for Mumbai. Arrive in Mumbai and check into hotel. One-on-one matchmaking meetings. Luncheon hosted by TBD. Student fair. Departure to USA—evening. *Note: The final schedule and potential site visits will depend on the availability of local government and business officials, specific goals of mission participants, and air travel schedules. Participation Requirements All parties interested in participating in the Mission to India must complete and submit an application for consideration by the Department of Commerce. All applicants will be evaluated on their ability to meet certain conditions and best satisfy the selection criteria as outlined below. The mission will open on a first come first served basis to 20 regionally accredited U.S. universities as well as study consortia whose members are also regionally accredited. WReier-Aviles on DSKGBLS3C1PROD with NOTICES Fees and Expenses After a university or consortium has been selected to participate on the mission, a payment to the Department of Commerce in the form of a participation fee is required. The participation fee is $3420 for one principal representative from each regionally accredited educational institution. The fee for each additional representative is $750. Expenses for lodging, some meals, incidentals, and all travel (except for transportation to and from airports incountry, previously noted) will be the * An SME is defined as a firm with 500 or fewer employees or that otherwise qualifies as a small business under SBA regulations (see https:// www.sba.gov/services/contractingopportunities/ sizestandardstopics/ ). Parent companies, affiliates, and subsidiaries will be considered when determining business size. The dual pricing reflects the Commercial Service’s user fee schedule that became effective May 1, 2008 (see https:// www.export.gov/newsletter/march2008/ initiatives.html for additional information). VerDate Mar<15>2010 14:59 Mar 29, 2011 Jkt 223001 responsibility of each mission participant. Conditions for Participation • An applicant must submit a timely, completed and signed mission application and supplemental application materials, including adequate information on courses offerings, primary market objectives, and goals for participation. Selection Criteria for Participation • Consistency of the applicant’s goals and objectives with the stated scope of the mission; • Timeliness of signed application and participation agreement by institution; • Applicant’s potential for doing business in India, including likelihood of service exports (education)/ knowledge transfer resulting from the mission. Referrals from political organizations and any documents containing references to partisan political activities (including political contributions) will be removed from an applicant’s submission and not considered during the selection process. Timeline for Recruitment and Applications Mission recruitment will be conducted in an open and public manner, including publication in the Federal Register, posting on the Commerce Department trade mission PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 9990 calendar (https://www.trade.gov/trademissions) and other Internet web sites, press releases to general and trade media, direct mail, notices by industry trade associations and other multiplier groups, and publicity at industry meetings, symposia, conferences, and trade shows. Recruitment for the mission will begin immediately and conclude no later than August 1, 2011. The mission will be open on a first come first served basis. Applications received after that date will be considered only if space and scheduling constraints permit. Contacts U.S. Commercial Service in India: Sathya Prabha, Commercial Assistant, Hyderabad, Tel: (91–40) 2330 4025, Sathya.prabha@trade.gov. U.S. Export Assistance Center: Koreen Grube, International Trade Specialist, Tel: 414–217–8333, Email: Koreen.Grube@trade.gov. Matt Baker, International Trade Specialist, Tel: 520–470–5809, Email: Matt.Baker@trade.gov. Elnora Moye, U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration. [FR Doc. 2011–7472 Filed 3–29–11; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3510–FP–P E:\FR\FM\30MRN1.SGM 30MRN1

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

International Trade Administration


U.S. Education Mission to India

AGENCY: International Trade Administration, Department of Commerce.

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ACTION: Notice.

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Mission Description

    The United States Department of Commerce, International Trade 
Administration, U.S. Commercial Service is organizing an education 
industry trade mission to India (New Delhi, Chennai, and Mumbai) from 
October 10-15, 2011. This mission will include representatives from 
graduate programs, 4-year undergraduate programs and state study 
consortia whose members are appropriately accredited by one of the 
seven regional accrediting bodies. This mission will seek to connect 
United States education institutions to potential students, university/
institution partners and education consultants in India. The mission 
will include one-on-one appointments with potential partners, embassy 
briefings, student fairs and networking events in New Delhi, Chennai 
and Mumbai, three of the top cities for recruiting Indian students to 
the United States.

Commercial Setting

    There are several types of opportunities for U.S. universities and 
institutions of higher learning in India: (1) Attracting Indian 
students to the United States and (2) establishing a campus in India to 
offer courses and programs in India and (3) online training programs. 
The mission will be open to regionally accredited United States 
educational institutions at the 4-year undergraduate level and above 
that wish to either attract students to the United States or meet with 
potential partners for collaboration in India.
    For the eighth consecutive year, Indian students constitute the 
largest group of international students studying in the United States, 
with a total Indian student population in the United States of 103,260, 
a 9.2% increase from 2008. Most Indian students seeking international 
education choose U.S. universities and the majority (72%) of Indian 
students in the United State are studying at the graduate level. 
However, we expect an increasing amount of undergraduate students due 
to the abundance of ``international'' primary and secondary schools 
throughout India and the influx of India-born parents who return to 
India with U.S.-educated children. India's huge youth population, 
estimated at 315 million between the ages of 10 and 24, will continue 
to create a large demand for higher education. There are approximately 
9.5 million students enrolled in higher education in India compared to 
that of the United States, where 19.1 million U.S. citizens are 
enrolled. As the number of students enrolled in higher education 
institutions in India is projected to rise to 11 million over the next 
three years, there are increasing doubts that India will have enough 
purely domestic education institutions to meet this demand. The United 
States, with over 4,000 accredited institutions of higher learning, has 
the capacity to offer access to high quality education to students in a 
broad range of fields. Employers in India have stressed the importance 
of developing a workforce equipped with adequate technical, teamwork 
and communication skills.
    India offers substantial education opportunities for U.S. 
universities and other institutions of higher learning to establish 
schools, programs and curriculum in India. The Government of India 
(GOI) introduced milestone legislation to Parliament last year titled, 
the Foreign Educational Institutions (Regulation of Entry and 
Operation) Bill 2010. Once passed the legislation should allow for 
foreign education providers to set up campuses in the country--
independently and jointly--and offer degrees to Indian students. 
Experts estimate the Indian education market has a potential value of 
$28 billion.
    The first stop on the mission itinerary is New Delhi, the capital 
city of India. This visit would give the delegates an opportunity to 
directly interact with officials from the Government of India regarding 
education policies. Many of the finest educational institutions of 
India are located in Delhi. There are 15 universities and nearly 85 
colleges, 55 management institutes, 7 medical colleges, 10 engineering 
colleges, a large number of computer institutes, 314 higher secondary 
schools, hundreds of preparatory schools and a good number of other 
institutes spread across the city. The Delhi NCR (National Capital 
Region) is the hub for education in the northern India and would 
attract institutions from other cities in the north to come and meet 
with the U.S. institutions. New Delhi would offer the delegates 
briefings, one-on-one meetings and a student fair.
    Then the group will travel to Chennai, a booming organized 
education center in India. Chennai, the capital of the state of Tamil 
Nadu, is India's 3rd largest metropolis and is gaining recognition as a 
dynamic trade and education destination for many U.S. universities. The 
mission participants will have the opportunity to participate in 
briefings, student recruitment fairs and one-on-one meetings. One of 
the largest ``knowledge communities'' in the Asia Pacific region, 
Chennai boasts 350 engineering colleges, 230 polytechnics and 12 deemed 
(``officially accredited'') universities offering technical and medical 
education. Around 7,040 students went to the United States from the 
Chennai region to pursue higher education in 2009.
    Finally, the delegation will visit Mumbai, the capital of the state 
of Maharashtra, to participate in matchmaking meetings and student 
recruitment fair. US&FCS Mumbai has been approached by several private 
equity companies, colleges and large companies interested in investing 
in the education sector and are seeking U.S. collaborations. Located 
near Mumbai, the city of Pune is ranked as the top destination for 
education in India. In addition, while Maharashtra possesses the 
highest percentage of universities in India (11.3%), it also has the 
highest number of student enrollments in India in higher education, 
around 1.5 million.

Mission Goals

    The goals of the United States Education Mission to India are: (1) 
To gain market exposure and introduce participants to the vibrant 
Indian market in the three main metropolitan cities of New Delhi, 
Chennai and Mumbai; (2) assess current and future business prospects by 
establishing valuable contacts with prospective consultants, students 
and educational institutions, and (3) develop market knowledge and 
relationships leading to student recruitment and potential 
partnerships.

Mission Scenario

    Participation in the mission will include the following:
     Pre-travel briefings/webinars;
     Embassy/consulate and industry briefings;
     Pre-scheduled meetings with university heads and 
educational consultants in New Delhi, Chennai, and Mumbai;
     Airport transfers in New Delhi, Chennai, and Mumbai;
     Site visit in New Delhi/Chennai.
    The precise schedule will depend on the specific goals and 
objectives of the mission participants.

Timetable

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          Day of week                  Date                                   Activity
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Sunday........................  October 9........  Proposed Mission Schedule--October 10-15, 2011
                                                   Arrive in New Delhi (evening arrival).
                                                   Check into hotel.
Monday........................  October 10, New    Mission Meetings Officially Start--October 10-11, 2011:
                                 Delhi.            Embassy Briefing.
                                                   One-on-one matchmaking meetings.
                                                   Luncheon hosted by TBD.
                                                   Student fair.
                                                    Embassy reception.
Tuesday.......................  October 11.......  Arrive in Chennai on October 11 afternoon and check into
                                Chennai..........   hotel:
                                                   Half day site visit--to be finalized.
                                                   Late afternoon departure for Chennai.
                                                   One-on-one business appointments.
Wednesday.....................  October 12.......  One-on-one matchmaking meetings.
                                Chennai..........  Luncheon hosted by TBD.
                                                   Student fair (4-8 pm).
Thursday......................  October 13.......  Half day site visit--to be finalized.
                                                   Late afternoon depart for Mumbai.
                                                   Arrive in Mumbai and check into hotel.
Friday........................  October 14.......  One-on-one matchmaking meetings.
                                Mumbai...........  Luncheon hosted by TBD.
                                                   Student fair.
                                                   Departure to USA--evening.
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*Note: The final schedule and potential site visits will depend on the availability of local government and
  business officials, specific goals of mission participants, and air travel schedules.

Participation Requirements

    All parties interested in participating in the Mission to India 
must complete and submit an application for consideration by the 
Department of Commerce. All applicants will be evaluated on their 
ability to meet certain conditions and best satisfy the selection 
criteria as outlined below. The mission will open on a first come first 
served basis to 20 regionally accredited U.S. universities as well as 
study consortia whose members are also regionally accredited.

Fees and Expenses
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    \*\ An SME is defined as a firm with 500 or fewer employees or 
that otherwise qualifies as a small business under SBA regulations 
(see https://www.sba.gov/services/contractingopportunities/sizestandardstopics/ ). Parent companies, affiliates, and 
subsidiaries will be considered when determining business size. The 
dual pricing reflects the Commercial Service's user fee schedule 
that became effective May 1, 2008 (see https://www.export.gov/newsletter/march2008/initiatives.html for additional information).
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    After a university or consortium has been selected to participate 
on the mission, a payment to the Department of Commerce in the form of 
a participation fee is required. The participation fee is $3420 for one 
principal representative from each regionally accredited educational 
institution. The fee for each additional representative is $750. 
Expenses for lodging, some meals, incidentals, and all travel (except 
for transportation to and from airports in-country, previously noted) 
will be the responsibility of each mission participant.

Conditions for Participation

     An applicant must submit a timely, completed and signed 
mission application and supplemental application materials, including 
adequate information on courses offerings, primary market objectives, 
and goals for participation.

Selection Criteria for Participation

     Consistency of the applicant's goals and objectives with 
the stated scope of the mission;
     Timeliness of signed application and participation 
agreement by institution;
     Applicant's potential for doing business in India, 
including likelihood of service exports (education)/knowledge transfer 
resulting from the mission.
    Referrals from political organizations and any documents containing 
references to partisan political activities (including political 
contributions) will be removed from an applicant's submission and not 
considered during the selection process.

Timeline for Recruitment and Applications

    Mission recruitment will be conducted in an open and public manner, 
including publication in the Federal Register, posting on the Commerce 
Department trade mission calendar (https://www.trade.gov/trade-missions) 
and other Internet web sites, press releases to general and trade 
media, direct mail, notices by industry trade associations and other 
multiplier groups, and publicity at industry meetings, symposia, 
conferences, and trade shows. Recruitment for the mission will begin 
immediately and conclude no later than August 1, 2011. The mission will 
be open on a first come first served basis. Applications received after 
that date will be considered only if space and scheduling constraints 
permit.

Contacts

U.S. Commercial Service in India:
    Sathya Prabha, Commercial Assistant, Hyderabad, Tel: (91-40) 2330 
4025, Sathya.prabha@trade.gov.
U.S. Export Assistance Center:
    Koreen Grube, International Trade Specialist, Tel: 414-217-8333, E-
mail: Koreen.Grube@trade.gov.
    Matt Baker, International Trade Specialist, Tel: 520-470-5809, E-
mail: Matt.Baker@trade.gov.

Elnora Moye,
U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration.
[FR Doc. 2011-7472 Filed 3-29-11; 8:45 am]
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