The Sobraniye is an annual event which is held by the RUS Education from the past seven years as a pre-departure ceremony for the Indian medical students who are going to Russia. The event is organized to infuse a rave within the students for their bright academic future.
Delhi witnessed the eighth anniversary of this event on Monday, September 18, 2017. The guests of honours for the event held at Kamani Auditorium were representatives from leading Russian Universities and the Education Head of the Russian Center of Science and Culture.
The other people who graced the event and inspired the students for their upcoming academic session were Manoj Tiwari - President, Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP); G.V Srinivas - Joint Secretary, Eurasia Division; Ministry of External Affairs; Anatoly Kargapolov, Charged' Affairs of Russia in India; Fyodor Rozovsky - Director, Russian Center of Science and Culture and Embassy of Russian Federation in India.
"Russia and India have stood strong with each other and will continue to do so. When our students come back after gaining rich experience, we will take another step towards the progess of India," said Tiwari.
"India's diplomatic ties with Russia have been going strong. This is giving both the nations an opportunity to facilitate knowledge exchange. Russia offers a pool of opportunities and landscape to learn. This is a great opportunity for Indian students to gain knowledge and experience and bring that back to also contribute to the Indian fraternity," added Washim Syed, Director, RUS Education.
The program consisted of many activities for the students and their parents which also included speeches by the luminaries followed by the Indian alumni of the Russian universities. They shared their experiences with the fresh batch of students to give them insights and acquaintance with the journey they are going to experience in upcoming time.
The program began at 5 p.m. in the evening by addressing the top officials, students and parents from all over India. It was followed by many events and activities which were specially planned for the students. Around 600 people took part in the event which will for sure depict its success story over the years.
After the success this year, Delhi is for sure awaiting to witness another astounding event at a substantial level, next year.
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