The Republic of India is the second most populous country in the world and its economy is the world’s seventh-largest by nominal GDP, is the third-largest country by purchasing power parity and has the third-largest standing army in the world.
In 1991, India became one of the fastest-growing major economies and is considered a newly industrialised country.
No, you cannot conduct paid work activities on a business visa. However, you can do a lot on a business visa, such as: explore business opportunities; purchase or sell industrial or commercial products; conduct meetings; recruit manpower; attend trade fairs; provide specialist and technical guidance; come for in-house training; and more.
You need to apply for an “Employment Visa. Please note that this type of visa is geared to highly skilled or qualified professionals and applications for such visa are granted on a case per case basis.
The main criteria are:
The minimum salary should be USD 25,000. Per annum
The receiving entity (company in India) must be registered
Yes, it is. India has a rather broad understanding of what study visas cover. As long as it is a recognized institution, you can study a variety of ‘non-academic’ subjects such as yoga, Indian classic dance, Indian music and so on.
Yes, you can. Journalist visas are extendable after arrival in India, for representatives of established media organizations. You need to provide a letter of nomination specifying the duration of the assignment and provided you hold a valid PIB accreditation.