Russian Delegation Visited Amity University Gurgaon
Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia) visited Amity University, Gurgaon on 25th January 2017. They stressed on strengthening the relationship between both the universities, like joint research programme, Students & faculty exchange programme, summer school programme etc..
Prof. (Dr.) Alexnder Salyarov, Director International Centre for South Asian Studies, RSUH, Moscow in his presentation explained in detail about the RSUH structure, departments exchange programme etc. He expressed his gratitude to Amity University for inviting him and his team and also assured to pursue fruitful relationship with the leading Private university in India -Amity University Gurgaon.
Dr. Indira Gazeiva, professor of Hindi, In-chair of oriental studies, Institute of Linguistics, RSUH, Moscow, expressed her happiness by stating that both RSUH and AUH have great similarities and will go long way as even their emblems share the same blue and yellow colour scheme. She also briefed about the Hindi program being taught in RSUH. She mentioned that Hindi is said to be a very colorful language and is very popular in Russia. Hindi language is being taught in their university since 1991 and they teach the language along with in depth knowledge of Indian literature & culture. They use many modern techniques to teach Hindi and their students were looking forward to attend short term courses in AUH to further home their language skills. She also presented a newsletter of their school name ‘Nai Disha’ to Prof. Ashok Kumar Tiku.
Prof (Dr.) Padmakali Banerjee Pro Vice chancellor AUH while welcoming the delegates enlightened the visitors about the mile stones reached by AUH and mentioned that Amity University Gurgaon is one of the leading universities with diverse institutes which are well woven with the industry. She also mentioned the functioning of Amity University based on integration of 3 I’s which are Institute, Industry and Innovation, and immense focus on research driven work guided by experienced faculties. She also mentioned about the activities of Centre for BRICS studies which was initiated in the month of February 2011.
Ms. Vera Lebedev a student of RSUH made a presentation on Study of BRICS problems at RSUH.
The event was followed by some cultural programs performed by students of RSUH and Amity students learning Russian language Russian Song ‘Ala Looya’ by Amity Students- Tanya, Bubi and Ayush
1. Hindi Song ‘Mera Joota hai Japani’ by Russian students
2. Russian Song “Millions of Scarlet Roses’ by Amity Students- Divya and Yamini
3. Hindi Song ‘Kal ho na ho’ by Russian Students
4. Russian Songs ‘Soldiers do not give up’ by Rashi from Amity University
The program was concluded by Prof Ashok Kumar Tiku with the vote of thanks. He expressed his deepest gratitude to the Russian delegates for visiting Amity University Haryana
Prof. Padmakali Baneerjee Pro-VC auh Felicitated Prof. (Dr.) Alexnder Salyarov, Director International Centre for South Asian Studies, RSUH, Moscow