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More Indian students enter Russian universities


21.09.2017

RossotrudnichestvoFarewell parties of students having entered Russian universities were held in the capital of India, Rossotrudnichestvo website reports. One of the largest theatre halls Kamani Auditorium in New Delhi gathered more than three thousand people taking part in Meeting-2017 campaign.

The ceremonies were visited by members of the ruling People’s Party of India, Temporary Charge D’affairs of the Russian Federation in India Anatoly Kargapolov, founder of Rus Education company, professor Sayed Kamruzaman, other social activists and teachers. They gave solemn speeches congratulating Indian citizens who entered Russian universities and wished students future success and new knowledge.

Director of Russian center for science and culture in New Delhi Fyodor Rozovsky has remarked that a number of Indians who chose education in Russia is invariably increasing as well as a level of educational contacts between countries.

It is noteworthy that more that eighty Indian citizens gained state scholarships and a majority of them will continue their education and get master’s and doctor’s degrees.

After the gala part of the ceremony was over, a documentary about Russian-Indian cooperation in the sphere of education and culture was demonstrated to the present audience.

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