Embassy of Switzerland in India

The embassy premises in New Delhi
The embassy premises in New Delhi © FDFA

As the official representation of Switzerland, the embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic and financial affairs, legal arrangements, science, education and culture.

The tasks of the embassy

A mobile phone in a trouser pocket with a stitched outline of the Matterhorn announces the launch of the SwissInTouch application.
The app is available now at www.swissintouch.ch. © FDFA

Switzerland in your pocket

A new app for Swiss nationals living abroad: SwissInTouch brings together important news from Swiss representations abroad.


Warning: Fraudulent Job Offers

Fraudulent job offers for lucrative employment in Switzerland requesting payment in advance are increasing.

The Embassy recommends extreme caution. 

Before disclosing any information or transferring any amount of money, please carefully consider the credibility of such proposals and the credentials of their authors.

Welcome message

A greeting from the Ambassador

Switzerland and India

Swiss diplomacy and engagement in the fields of education, culture and the economy


Contact the responsible Swiss representation for identity papers, civil status, registration and deregistration, matters of civil status, etc..

Visa – Entry to and residence in Switzerland

Information on requirements to enter Switzerland and to take residence, procedure to submit an entry visa application, visa application form and fees


Search for events via date, search term or topic. You can also subscribe to the monthly events calendar. The calendar gives information about events that are organized by Swiss representations in India.


Local and international news and events related to the country


List of partners supporting our projects.

Call for Small Action Funds 2024, Embassy of Switzerland to India and Bhutan

The Embassy of Switzerland to India and Bhutan is hereby calling for Indian or International Civil Society Organizations (CSO) to submit project proposals for funding via the Swiss Embassy Small Action Fund. Interested CSO are to carefully read the below criteria.

  • The Embassy can support projects in the area of human security on topics such as human rights, migration, humanitarian work, peace, good governance and democracy, inclusivity and gender or in the area of development / poverty reduction.

  • Funding is available for specific activities and projects (such as training, workshops etc.); proposals that exclusively request funding for staffing or purchasing supplies will not be considered.

  • The funded activities need to be implemented within one calendar year, i.e. 2024. Specifically, the project duration shall be from time of signing in early 2024 until latest end of October 2024, leaving sufficient time for submission and approval of final reports.

  • The same organization cannot be supported two years consecutively. However, the activities funded by the Swiss Embassy can be part of a larger project that covers multiple aspects or spans over a longer time, the limitations above are purely for the specific activities to be funded by the Embassy.

  • The financial commitment to selected project depends on the proposal submitted and the overall budget available at the Embassy. Typically, project funds range between 8’000-10’000 CHF.

Interested CSO are requested to submit their proposal using the prescribed template (PDF, 2 Pages, 207.5 kB, English). The deadline for the application is 31.01.2024 emailed to newdelhi.events@eda.admin.ch, with subject head ”Country, i.e. India or Bhutan”, “Name of the Organization”: Small Action Fund 2024, Embassy of Switzerland to India and Bhutan