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SSTU will continue relations with a new partner in India

SSTU will continue relations with a new partner in India

The delegation of the Gagarin State Technical University continues its work to promote Russian higher education at the Russian-Indian educational summit in New Delhi.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and SSTU discussed prospects for cooperation in various scientific fields – it is planned to create joint training programs, student and teacher mobility.

The leading Russian group working at the GGSIPU campus, Vice-Rector for Administrative Affairs, Professor Kamal Pathak noted that his university is ready for various options for interaction with SSTU: from online courses and modules to double degree programs.

Svetlana Kumova, Director of the Institute of Applied Information Technologies and Communications, visited the university campus, including the university's business incubator and startup laboratory.

"Students presented their projects, most of which are in the field of information technology and economics. It is significant that it was SSTU that was offered long-term cooperation. I am sure this is the beginning of a productive partnership, we are very grateful to Rossotrudnichestvo for the opportunities presented," Svetlana Kumova said.


Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) is a government non-profit educational institution. GGSIPU is disintegrating in the city of Delhi, India. The university started its activity recently – in 1998. It has 45,000 students. GGSIPU cooperates with the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), the Medical Council of India (MCI), Distance Education Council (DEC).