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New fellowship for Indian students to study nuclear technology

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New fellowship for Indian students to study nuclear technology


24.01.2019

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Rosatom will provide the new fellowship for students from India, IA REGNUM informs. It will be open to those who plan to get the profession in field of nuclear technology. 

According to Rosatom representative in South Asia Andrey Shevlyakov, this fellowship will encourage the interest development to nuclear studies among students and young specialists in India. Furthermore, it is aimed at preparing them to solving the most important issues on securing the country's energy requirements.

Fellowship will be given to the students who have the intention to continue their studies in Russian universities. They can get a diploma of National Research Nuclear University (MEPhI) or Tomsk Polytechnic University. If applicants speak Russian poorly, they will have an opportunity to attend free language course. 

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