The "New Light of Myanmar" newspaper reports that Burma's deputy minister of Home Affairs, Brigadier General Phone Swe, and his Indian counterpart (V.K. Duggal) signed the deals Friday in Rangoon following the countries' 13th national-level meeting.
The agreements address border trade and management, transnational development projects and efforts to combat drug smuggling.
India's government is also concerned that rebels fighting New Delhi's rule are taking refuge in neighboring Burma.
At least four-thousand separatist rebels are running about 50 camps in Burma's thick jungles.
Burma's military-ruled government receives much-needed trade and investment deals from India, and has promised New Delhi it will crackdown on the rebels.
Human Rights Watch has criticized India's continued investment in Burma, saying it is helping to prop up a government accused of human rights violations.