Hearty Send-Off to Indian Students Admitted to Tver State Medical Academy, Russia, at RCSC, New Delhi

Wednesday, 12 September 2012 05:01

A hearty send-off to a group of 50 Indian students from North India, who received admission to the MBBS course in the Tver State Medical Academy (TSMA), Russia, for the current academic year, was organized by Rus Education at the Russian Centre of Science and Culture (RCSC) in New Delhi on September 8, 2012.

This year, Rus Education, the authorised representative of TSMA has admitted more than 300 Indian students in different universities of Russia, and out of that 200 have been admitted to TSMA. The event served as a platform for all the new students from North Region to meet each other, the ex-students of the Academy and the Faculty. By the end of September, four more groups from different parts of India will  join TSMA.

Congratulating the Indian students leaving for Russia soon, the Guest of Honour Mr. Fyodor A. Rozovskiy, Director, RCSC, expressed the hope that they would find their stay in Russia and medical education quite interesting and useful in their future professional career and life. The consistently increasing data of students seeking admission to Russian universities is symbolic of the larger interest shown in Russian education and culture. In this context, he referred to the celebration of the Days of Moscow in Delhi slated for the last week of October, 2012. Mr. Rozovskiy noted that graduates of Russian universities have shown their mark in different spheres of life in India. A few instances are Dr. Shanti Vardhan, Oncologist and Senior Consultant, Moolchand Hospital, Prof. Sankar Basu, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and Mr. Amerjeet S. Soni, Retd. Director (Operations), Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd., India.

Dr. Sayed Kamruzzaman, Deputy Dean, TSMA, Director, Russian Centre of International Education (RCIE), RCSC, during his address briefed the Indian students extensively on their preparedness for departure from Delhi and stay in Russia infusing confidence in them.

TSMA is one of the renowned academies of Russia, listed by the WHO, the UNESCO, and recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI) accommodating more than 800 Indian students. It has its own Indian students’ Association for the welfare of Indian students studying there. Indian culture and traditions are kept alive by celebrating all the Indian festivals like Diwali, Holi, etc.

Rus Education, jointly with the RCSC, with the experience of 18 years and a team of educational experts from India and Russia, provide dual assistance and have the specialization in the field of providing quality education, commitment of best service and offer personalized approach to all the aspiring students. It has already sent more than 5000 students from different countries to the reputed universities and academies.

*Photo by Ashok Patel

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