Russian universities presented training programs to Indian applicants

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A webinar on the possibility of obtaining free higher education under the quota of the Government of the Russian Federation for Indian citizens, organized by the Russian House of Chennai, was held on March 4 in southern India.
Leading Russian universities: Kazan Federal University, Tomsk Polytechnic University and Samara National Research University informed  Indian applicants about the educational programs and specialties that are provided under scholarship quotas and introduced them to the living conditions and student life in Russia.
The staff of the Russian House drew the attention of the webinar participants to the deadline for submitting scholarship applications, which is March 15; they informed about the registration procedure on the portal education-in-russia.com and the requirements for candidates to participate in the selection stages.
Every year, the Government of the Russian Federation allocates one hundred quotas for Indian applicants.

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Elena Surnina, Chief Expert, Department for Work with Foreign Students Tomsk Polytechnic University
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Denis Tsarev, Public Relations Specialist of the Department of Recruitment Samara National Research University
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Olga Baklanova, Leading Specialist, Department of Recruitment of Foreign Students Kazan Federal University