Participants of the Forum of Russian and Soviet Medical Graduates of India-2015.RCSC
Speakers at the Forum of Russian and Soviet Medical Graduates of India-2015 objectively assessed the merits of medical education in Russian and the former Soviet institutions and lauded the services rendered by Indian students in different establishments across India and abroad. Organised jointly by the All-India Foreign Medical Graduates Association and the Russian Centre of Science and Culture (RCSC) in New Delhi on November 5, 2015, more than 200 Russian/Soviet medical graduates with their families were present on the occasion.
Among the distinguished participants were M. Karpaga Vinayagam, Former Chief Justice of Uttarkand (Retd.), Dr. M. Thambi Durai, Deputy Speaker of India’s Lok Sabha, A. Anwar Raajha, M.P. (Lok Sabha), Tarun Vijay, M. P. (Rarya Sabha), H.E. Armen Martirosyan, Ambassador of Armenia, H. E. Mirzosharif Jalolov, Ambassador of Tajikistan, Sergey Karmalito, Senior Counsellor, Russian Embassy, Shamil Sulatangochin, Minister-Counsellor, Kazakhstan Embassy, Evgeny Kablukov, Minister Counsellor, Kyrgyz Embassy, Prof. Koshel V. I., Chancellor, Stavropol State Medical University, Fedor Rozovskiy, Director, RCSC and Dr. Ameer Jahan, Patron & Advisor, All-India Foreign Medical Graduates Association,
Justice Vinayagam lauded the significance of Russian medical education increasingly being availed of by Indian students to the greater benefit of mankind, while Dr. Thambi Durai praised the unique quality of Russian medical education.
Tarun Vijay urged greater facilities for medical education to deserving students, while Ambassador Martirosyan traced historical links between Armenia and India and sought wider bilateral contacts.
Ambassador Jalolov underlined the value and importance of doctors in society and described them as true ambassadors. Karmalito congratulated the organisers and appreciated their consistent efforts for such novel events.
Rozovskiy noted that the forum had given a great impetus to the significant contributions of the medical institutions of Russian and Soviet institutions and the performance of the remarkable students. He underscored the laudable efforts of institutions like Stavropol State Medical University, and urged that such forums had to be organised in other major cities of India, too. Prof. Koshel expressed satisfaction over the impressive performance of Indian students. He presented souvenirs and books to the distinguished guests. Dr. Jahan described medical services as a supremely noble vocation.
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