IMS students participated in Internationalization Marathon 2022
“With the support of IMS founder Mr. Sheikh Farooq, Students of General Medicine, IMS Almaty participated in the recently conducted Internationalization Marathon 2022” IMS Almaty’s students are not only getting top-notch education but also getting opportunities to participate in international events held in Kazakhstan. Recently, they showcased their culture and tradition with a dance performance at the Central Asia and India summit held in Kazakhstan. This event was initiated with an impressive speech by the President of Kazakhstan "K-Zh.K. Tokayev". He emphasized the digitalization of the economy and the need to get co-operation with neighbouring countries such as India. He also said that Kazakhstan is interested in creating research laboratories in Kazakhstan in the telecommunication industry and wants to set up plants for electronic equipments. To implement and execute this plan, he invited Indian giant organizations to participate in the Kazakhstan market. Kazakhstan is aiming to train at least 100,000 highly qualified IT Specialists by 2025. Astana IT University organized an official meeting with the Indian delegation under the supervision of “Attaché Dhiraj Ramanand”(coordinator of the IT industry) and Mr. Sanjay Vedi (Director of the Swami Vivekananda Cultural Center at the Embassy of India in the Republic of Kazakhstan). Further proceeding with the event, Mr. Sanjay Vedi addressed the students and made them aware of Indian scholarship programs under ICCR and ITEC. A teleconference was also held with leading universities of India such as the Central University of Himachal Pradesh Dharamshala, and Babu Sunder Singh Institute of Technology and Management Lucknow. During this live session, the students present in the event got an opportunity to interact live with the professors and students of those universities. The event was extremely engaging and ended with the performance of IMS students in which two colours of cultures of two nations India and Kazakhstan were reflected.