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Kamchatka students were invited to study in India
The participation of Kamchatka students in the scholarship program of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) may be one of the directions for the development of cooperation between India and Kamchatka. This was stated by the deputy head of the Indian diplomatic mission in Russia Binay Srikanta Pradhan at a working meeting with the deputy chairman of the regional government.
The scholarship program provides for a grant for training in a number of disciplines offered by state institutions and universities of India. The grant covers the cost of training, accommodation, medical insurance. At the same time, students can apply for a scholarship.
According to the press service of the government of Kamchatka, each year the program allocates a quota for 100 places for Russian students. This year 50 allocated additional seats for candidates from the regions of the Far East, they are ready to provide Kamchatka with 15-20 seats.