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Indian Extravaganza Organised In Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University

The first ever concert was given to the Institute’s professors, first years and their friends and relations, and intermediate and final year students. The event was Indian-themed to display Indo Russian ties and heritage & has become the Institute’s first ever Indian gathering. A total of 585 people were enrolled to higher and secondary medical education programmes. The Institute boasts the largest number of international students across the University. The first years come from 23 countries – Mexico, Brazil, Morocco, Egypt, Colombia, Bulgaria, Armenia, and others. Dr.Amit Kamle, Director of A.K.Educational Consultants expressed his conviction that the Indian students would receive good education and that their number at the IKBFU would grow each year.”