Recent agreements made by international lending and financial institutions: World Bank

* The World Bank has approved a loan of $300 million to support a principal power supplier in India in its effort to start a power project that will provide an additional 1,000 megawatts to India's western region.

Included in the project is the rehabilitation of six thermal power stations in various parts of the state.

The state government and the state electricity board are providing a total of $996.7 million towards the total cost of about $1.3 billion.

* The World Bank will make two loans to Indonesia totalling $303 million for an irrigation project in Java.

The funds also are intended for use in building the country's capacity to train its own university teachers and researchers.

A loan of $156 million is to help finance a multipurpose dam and irrigation project designed to increase food production on more than 59,000 hectares of land.

Financing for the project will be shared by the government ($105.8 million), export credits ($21.3 million), and the World Bank, which has previously provided more than $1 billion for irrigation projects in Indonesia.

A second loan of $147 million will support a $244.5 million project to develop new graduate-level programs and to establish specialized undergraduate fields of study. The government is making an outlay of $97.5 million for the project, which is expected to be completed by the end of 1990.

* The World Bank will provide Mexico with a loan of $105 million to support the development of the country's small- and medium-scale mining sector.

The project is expected to help about 200 enterprises across the country and to generate a total increase in production of about $110 million a year. About 5,000 to 6,000 permanent jobs should be created, mainly among low-income groups, including some in less developed regions.