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The management of RACUS organization took part in the III Indo-Russian Educational Conference

On February 25, 2019, RACUS organization General Director Avbakar Nutsalov and Development Director Maria Kirichenko took part in the III Indo-Russian educational conference, which was held at the Russia Today press center in Moscow. The conference was attended by: Pankaj Saran - Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of India to Russia; Alok Raj - Minister of Education at the Embassy of India in Russia; Suman Krishan Kaul - attache of the education department of the Indian Embassy in Russia; rectors and vice-rectors for international relations of leading Russian universities.
The Ambassador of India in Russia, Mr. Pankaj Saran, noted in his welcome speech: “Today, about 10,000 Indian students study in Russia, while our unrealized potential is much greater”. He encouraged the participants to increase informational and advertising work to attract Indian students to study at universities in Russia. He also mentioned that Indian universities are interested in Russian students. The Ambassador emphasized high interest of Indians in medical education. More than 90% of all Indian students in Russia study at medical programs. At the same time, the Ambassador said that he was counting on increasing interest of Indian young people to study at universities in Russia at engineering and economical specialties.
The participants discussed various aspects of cooperation between India and Russia in the field of education as well as prospects, achievements in this field and prospects of increasing number of Indian students at various universities in Russia.
General Director of RACUS organization Avbakar Nutsalov met with the Ambassador of India to Russia, Mr. Pankaj Saran. During the meeting, the sides discussed opportunities for the development and popularization of high-quality Russian education among Indian youth.
Every year a large number of Indian students come to study at Russian State universities of RACUS group. This number is increasing every year which shows Russian higher education competitiveness. At the same time, high quality of education and the affordable tuition fees make Russia attractive for international and, in particular, Indian students.