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The possibility of creating joint educational programs was discussed by the universities of the Far Eastern Federal District and India
The leading universities of the Far Eastern Federal District discussed the possibility of creating joint educational programs in engineering and information technologies with the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. The discussed start date of the programs is 2022.
According to the press service of the KRDV, the online conference, in addition to Indian colleagues, was attended by representatives of the Far Eastern Federal University, Pacific State University and Northern (Arctic) Federal University. Lomonosov.
Victoria Panova, FEFU Vice-Rector for International Relations, noted that the university is working to consolidate the best practices and resources of the scientific school of the Far East and foreign colleagues.
“We are interested in the expertise of the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay in the field of mathematics, engineering, IT. The Institute has a strong base of engineering and natural sciences, and a well-developed school of interdisciplinary research. We will build cooperation between universities in the "professor and professor" format, implement joint educational programs, work within the framework of academic exchange programs, engage in joint research on the basis of the Far Eastern Regional Scientific and Educational Center for Mathematical Research at FEFU. Cooperation with a promising international partner will improve the quality of education in the Far East and increase the export of Russian education to India, ”she said.
As the Dean of the Department of International Relations and Professor Emeritus of IITB Amit Agrawal noted, the Indian Institute of Technology of Bombay is interested in interdisciplinary cooperation with universities in the Far Eastern Federal District and the Arctic in the field of natural sciences, engineering and humanitarian disciplines.
“The main areas of interaction can be mathematical research, joint scientific and educational programs, academic exchange in the format of summer schools, semester and annual student exchanges. The Indian Institute of Technology of Bombay does not yet conduct full-fledged research of the Arctic, but here we also see prospects in the interaction of our scientists - in particular, in the field of studying the climate and problems caused by global warming, ”the professor added.
Hasan Hasanbalayev, director of the department for providing labor resources of the KRDV, says that enterprises in the Far East are interested in competent management personnel to work on new regional investment projects.
“It is important for us that the training of personnel in the Far East and the Arctic, including in engineering specialties, is carried out at the level of world standards,” he said.
Representatives of the Indian side were offered to become members of the Consortium "Far East - Space of Opportunities". The consortium is called upon to consolidate the efforts of the authorities, scientific and educational organizations, the largest enterprises of the country to increase the attractiveness of the Far East for young people.