Some Indian companies see Belarus as an outsourcing territory for their software developments which they plan to sell to Europe, Manoj Bharti told the media.
He Indian embassy expects an increase in the number of offices of Indian IT companies in Belarus, reported Xinhua.
He stressed that the Indian companies which came to Belarus were impressed by the level of training of Belarusian IT specialists.
"They appreciate it and they are sure Belarus is the right choice for joint partnerships."
Belarusian-Indian training centre in Minsk was opened in 2011. It specializes in professional improvement of IT specialists and professors from technical universities. More than 2,000 specialists have already undergone training there.
The centre has hired leading teachers from Belarus, India and other countries, specialists ofmajor IT companies, educational and research centres. The training programme is based on most relevant global trends.