Mari State University Signs Agreement of Mutual Cooperation with Russian House in New Delhi

September 14, 2022
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Mari State University and Russian House in New Delhi, signed the agreement of mutual cooperation on 14th September 2022 at 12:00 noon. Prof Shvestov Mikhail B., Rector, Mari State University and Mr Oleg Osipov, Director, Russian House in New Delhi represented their respective institution and signed the dotted like to make the path of the Indian students joining MarSU more direct. The event was also attended by Prof Syed K. Washim, Chairman, Rus Education, Air Marshal Dr Pawan Kapoor, Vice Chairman, Rus Education and Dr Dinesh Singla, Director, Rus Education.

The signing ceremony was conducted with the mutual objective of implementing educational cooperation and reforms between the Russian House in New Delhi and the Mari State University, Russia. The agreement not only aimed to promote Russian education among the Indian students but also to address the needs and requirements of Ukraine returned medical students of India. 

Mari State University is one of the top government universities of Russia and among the list of the handful of classical universities in the country. The university is extremely popular among Indian student students given its reputation, recognition and affordability. At present, the university holds over 1100+ students from India pursuing their MBBS.

A few days back, via a live stream, the Rector of the university, had announced the intake of 5000 Ukraine-returned Indian medical students. He also joined the Russian Education Fair, 2nd Edition in New Delhi on 13th September 2022 to address all the queries and concerns of the students seeking transfer from Ukrainian medical universities to India. He ensured that the university is constantly working to provide a solution to all the obstacles faced by the students. In regards to the lack of availability of the original transcripts required for the transfer, the university is accepting the online transcripts/mark sheets as well. 

Mr Oleg Osipov further assured his complete support to the university in aiding the easy transfer of the Ukraine-returned Indian students. Air Marshal Dr Pawan Kapoor, also thanked both the prestigious institutions for coming to the rescue of Indian students whose futures were stuck in uncertainty.
The students seeking admission or transfer to MBBS in Russia at Mari State University, are advised to contact Rus Education by dialing the student helpline number 1800-833-33-38 or by visiting the website www.ruseducation.in for more information.