Following the successful events in Trivandrum and Mumbai, the Russian Education Fair 2022 reached the city of joy, Kolkata, West Bengal on 29th July 2022. Just like the previous event the fair brought along several top universities of Russia under the single roof for the students seeking to pursue higher studies in various fields such as medicine, engineering, management, psychology, education, etc. The fair also provided these students with the opportunity to personally interact with the representatives of these universities and get answers to all their concerns and queries.
The event was organized by the joint initiative of Rus Education and Russian House in Kolkata. The list of participating universities included Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (National Research University), Ulyanovsk State Technical University, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Astrakhan State University, Orenburg State Medical University, Mari State University, Perm State Medical University, Ural Federal University, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow State Regional University
Along with that, the event also witnessed the chief presence of Mr Alexy Idamkin, Consul General of the Russian Federation in Kolkata, Air Marshal Dr Pawan Kapoor (Vice-Chairman Rus Education) Mr. Syed I Rigan (Managing Director, Rus Education) along with the Russian delegates.
The event ended on a great note as numerous students joined the event to explore their opportunities for higher education in Russia. A remarkable number of students also availed several benefits along with their on-spot admission facility available at the fair.
After this, the Russian Education Fair 2022 would be arriving in Delhi on 31st July 2022 as its final stoppage. All the aspiring students who have not been able to attend the past events can join the event in its final leg.
For more information about the fair, the students can register for free at www.russianeducationfair.com or dial in the student helpline number at 1800-833-3338.