Consultations at earlier PBDs have led to the formulation of the Overseas Citizenship of India scheme, establishment of Overseas Indian Facilitation Centre, conceptualisation of Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra, formation of Prime Minister's Global Advisory Council of People of Indian Origin, setting up of the India Development Foundation, and the launching of the Global Indian Network of Knowledge (Global-INK).
What does OCI stand for?
OCI stands for Overseas Citizenship of India
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We have 142 other meanings of OCI in our Acronym Attic
- Organizational Conflict of Interest
- Organizzazione della Conferenza Islamica (Italian: Organization of the Islamic Conference)
- Orientation Contrast Imaging
- Osteitis Condensans Ilii
- Other Comprehensive Income
- Otter Creek Institute (Eau Claire, WI)
- Out of City Indicator
- Outlet Centres International (UK)
- Outstanding Corporate Innovator (award)
- Overall Channel Inversion
- Overseas Connections, Inc.
- Overseas Council International (ministry program)
- Oxford Cancer Information
- Oxide Control and Indication
- Oxygen Concentration Indicator
- Österreichisches Controller Institut (Austria)
- Open Cable Initiative Customer Interface 1 (SCTE DVS 194v2)
- Open Cable Initiative Customer Interface 2 (pod-host)
- Open Cable Initiative Head-End Interface 1 (programming content)
- Open Cable Initiative Head-End Interface 2 (conditional access system)
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The government grants Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI), which people mistakenly refer to as dual citizenship.
Among the decisions taken by the Indian government as a result of these conventions, are formulation of the Overseas Citizenship of India, establishment of Overseas Indian Facilitation Centre, Conceptualisation of PIO University, formation of Prime Minister's Global Advisory Council of People of Indian Origin and the proposed India Development Foundation.