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Three-day Russia-India Education Forum to start tomorrow in New Delhi

Three-day Russia-India Education Forum to start tomorrow in New Delhi

| @indiablooms | 10 Apr 2024, 01:05 pm

New Delhi/IBNS: The Russian Embassy in India will host Russia-India Education Forum in New Delhi on April 11-13 (Thursday-Saturday).

The forum aims to facilitate exchanges between educational institutions in Russia and India as well as contribute to strengthening of the cultural and humanitarian ties.

This forum will provide a unique opportunity for getting to know Russian education better and serve as a platform for dialogue and potential tie-ups between leading Russian and Indian universities.

A record number of 50 Russian higher education institutions are participating in the forum. It is going to be organized by the Russian Federal Agency ‘Rossotrudnichestvo’, Russian House in New Delhi, Russian Embassy in India and the Centre for International Education (Russia).

The three-day event will bring together vice-chancellors and deans, members of parliament and government officials, scientists and education practitioners, industry and business representatives.

The forum will feature panel discussions and round tables with the focus on studies, scientific exchanges and research.

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