Diplomatic relations between India and Uganda were established in 1965. Since then, the Indian High Commission has been functioning in Kampala continuously.
The High Commission is headed by the High Commissioner, who is currently Shri S.N. Ray.
The High Commission represents the Government of India in Uganda and, as such, is responsible for safeguarding and promoting Indian interests in the country. These include a strong and multifaceted bilateral relationship with Uganda comprising political, economic, commercial, consular, cultural, scientific and other elements.
The High Commission of India undertakes activities of different types including provision of consular services such as passports and visas. Detailed information on consular services is available in another section of this website.
The High Commission of India is also accredited to Rwanda and Burundi. The foregoing in respect of Uganda is therefore also applicable to these two countries.
High Commission of India
Plot No.11, Kyadondo Road,
Tel: +256-41-4344631; +256-41-4344631; +256-41-4257368; +256-41-4342994
Monday to Friday :
0900 hrs to 1300 hrs.
1330 hrs. to 1730 hrs.
Applications received:: 0930 hrs. to 1200 hrs.
Passports, Visas delivered: 1630 to 1730 hrs.