Nagpur: The aspiring medical students of Nagpur and Vidarbha region who want to study abroad at an affordable price along with great quality education have good news for them. Keeping in view the aspirations of the students, Kazakh-Russian Medical University, Kazakhstan, is providing such opportunity for the aspiring medical students of the area.
Naushad Ahmed, Indian partner of Kazakh-Russian Medical University, in a press conference on Wednesday, said that the students will be provided hostels, separately for boys and girls with Indian foods, medical care and etc. during their studies in Kazakhstan. The Medical University provides all the travel documentation for students and their family who take admission for the five-year MBBS course, he said.
He further said that though the major portion of population of the country speaks Kazakh but one can find it very easy to communicate with local people in English language. Dr Aisulu A. Zholdybaeva, Dean of Foreign Affairs and Professor of Anatomy of the Kazakh-Russian Medical University, who was present during the press briefing, said that the University is approved by the WHO/MC and it provides coaching for five years to the students for the completion of Medical Council of India (MCI) test for practicing, government services and higher education in medical sciences, like MD and MS. She was accompanied by Dr Botkaz, Head of the Department of Bio-chemistry, Kazakh-Russian Medical University.
Dr Varun Tamrakar, Indian Advisor of the university said that the Kazakh-Russian Medical University is one of the top medical universities of Kazakhstan. It associates with 21 hospitals across the country. He assured the students full assistance from their team regarding admission, hostel rooms, visa, travel and till they complete their education.
Reema Ghosh, Head of the Nagpur branch of the Kazakh-Russian Medical University said the MBBS course at the university would be provided in English language with resourceful and experienced professors. The Kazakhstan Government of the country is much concerned about the education system; therefore, one can find many government and privately owned universities and colleges for higher studies there. At present the educational institutions at Kazakhstan are also attracting overseas students because of their quality education and ultra-modern facilities in educational sector, Ghosh pointed out.
Earlier, Dr Aisulu, Naushad Ahmed, Dr Tamrakar and Dr Botkaz interacted with the aspiring medical students of Nagpur and Vidarbha region and their parents and answered their all queries regarding the medical education there and facilities to be provided to students there.
A large number of aspiring medical students and their parents attended the seminar cum counselling session.
Ghosh informed that aspiring medical students and their parents can also contact the local office of the university, ISM, Yashodha Apartment, first floor, opposite Traffic Park, Dharampeth for further details and other necessary information.
MA Sufiyan, Chetna Kalbande, Mohan Kothekar and Shdraddha Deshmukh of Nagpur office of ISM and Kazakh-Russian Medical University were also present at the press conference.