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Centre for Russian Pedagogy Opens in India

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Textbooks on the Russian language. (File) - Sputnik India, 1920, 03.02.2024
The development of cooperation between India and Russia in the field of education corresponds with the interests of both sides, as the two nations have been developing people-to-people ties since India gained independence in 1947.
The Centre for Russian Pedagogy at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University has opened on the basis of the Partap Pedagogical College in India, where Indian teachers will be introduced to the pedagogical heritage of the Russian school, the university’s press service reports.

“The Centre for Russian Pedagogy opened in India... on the basis of the Partap Pedagogical College... Russia as a state-civilization has a unique cultural heritage in various fields of culture and education. One such value array that makes up national pride and the Russian cultural code is the heritage of Makarenko, Ushinsky, Vygotsky, Sukhomlinsky, Soloveichik and many others. The centre will give everyone access to this heritage", the press service quoted IKBFU Rector Alexander Fedorov as saying.

The rector of the Kant IKBFU, Alexander Fedorov, noted on his Telegram channel that the opening of the centre of Russian pedagogy is an important milestone in expanding the university’s international contacts, and a big step in developing cooperation with an important and reliable partner.

“The development of cooperation with Indian colleagues is in line with modern Russian foreign policy and meets the needs of foreign students of the Baltic Federal University. As Russian President Vladimir Putin noted during a meeting last week, a large number of Indian representatives study with us - they make up more than a quarter of all foreign students...” the rector wrote.

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