Russian Centre of Science and Culture, Culture Department of Embassy of Russian Federation in India, in association with Rus Education organised a press meet recently to celebrate the beginning of Russian education fair in Kolkata. The meet was graced by Syed I Rigan, managing director of Rus Education and representatives from the participant institutions.
A number of delegates representing the Russian universities from South Ural State University, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Siberian State Medical University, Kazan State Medical State University and Mari State University among others were present to answer the various queries. Student delegates were there to share their experience of studying in Russia, in their respective universities and explained about the cost of living and job prospects, once enrollment in one of the universities was completed.
Interested students could participate in extra-curricular activities while studying in these universities. Representatives guided on the problems faced by an Indian student at Russia. Russian language must be taught as a means to cut the communication barrier and live at ease.