April 13 became a significant date both for Mordovia State University and for the entire Republic of Mordovia. National Research Mordovia State University (MRSU) has opened its first representative office abroad.

This office will allow both sides to implement a wide range of joint educational, scientific and cultural projects aimed at developing Russian-Indian relations. In addition, cooperation with our university will help the exchange of accumulated experience, interesting practices and new ideas.
MRSU_7216.jpgThe opening ceremony was held in India on the basis of the Rao Pahlad Singh Group of Educational Institutions, which is a strategic partner of the university. Rao Pahlad Singh Group of Institutions, located in Mahendragarh, Haryana, India, is a distinguished educational conglomerate committed to providing holistic education across various disciplines. The group offers a wide spectrum of undergraduate, postgraduate, and diploma programs that blend academic rigor with practical exposure.

In addition to the exchange of educational and scientific technologies, the representative office will allow the MRSU team to accompany Indian students in their homeland during internships.

Currently, diligent work continues to establish a Russian language center as well in the city of Chennai on the basis of the SRM Institute of Science and Technology. The opening is scheduled for July 2024: courses will start on its basis for all those who want to enroll and receive higher education in Russia.

MRSU_7241.jpg«In accordance with the agreement signed by us and the executive director of the Group, Manish Rao, the main areas of joint work will be the implementation and commercialization of scientific developments of Mordovian scientists that are of practical importance for the Indian economy, the organization of joint academic events and much more. This type of cooperation has great prospects, so we will continue to increase contacts with friendly countries,» — commented the Rector of MRSU Mr. Dmitry Glushko.

Currently, 890 Indian citizens are already studying at MRSU. 885 students are studying in the «General Medicine» program in English. More than 250 of them moved to Mordovia from Ukraine after the start of a special military operation and continued their studies at the MRSU university.