Foreign Service Officer pursuing professional diplomats course in India


Ornissa Gordon, a Foreign Service Officer at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, has been selected for the 69th Professional Course for Foreign Diplomats (PCFD) in India.

The High Commission of India in a statement said the course is being held at the Sushma Swaraj Institute of Foreign Service, Ministry of External Affairs in India for a period of one month from October 3 – 28.

Gordon joins 50 delegations from 50 different countries around the world.

She made a courtesy call on the Indian High Commissioner to Guyana, Dr. KJ Srinivasa on September 29.

PCDF courses have been restarted after a three-year gap due to the Covid-19 restrictions. The flagship Professional Course for Foreign Diplomats (PCFD), is held twice a year, is of four weeks’ duration.

The objective of this course is to improve the Diplomatic skills for the selected participant and familiarize them with political, economic, social and cultural realities that sway the foreign relations. During their visits to India the participant will also be educated on the culture and history of India.

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