Recently, on the territory of Zaporizhzhia State Medical University people could meet groups of respectable people in elegant attire — guests from the Republic of India. Among them there were both young and elderly people, all felt comfortable, they walked around the territory, met the Administration members, examined educational buildings and rooms, visited the anatomical museum, and, of course, student hostels.
This is typical for our university, because the Indian student community is the most numerous among all foreign students studying at the university. Medical education received at ZSMU is highly appreciated in the country, and specialists, who come to their homeland with diplomas of our higher educational institution, get prestigious work and quickly achieve higher positions in their professional career.
The good fame of Zapozhye State Medical University is well-known, especially among the medical community. There are cases when not only children, but even grandchildren of our graduates come to study at our university. And this is the most formidable confirmation of the high prestige of ZSMU in India.
This time, the university was visited by parents of graduates to share with the children a cheerful event and attend the diploma award ceremony. Parents of future students also came to get acquainted with the university by themselves before sending children in a foreign country. Among the respectable guests there was Dr. Liam Ramamurti, Professor of Physical Sciences at Sri Venkateswara University in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh (India), who crossed thousands of kilometers across the continents with his daughter Dr. Liam Anitta, Professor of Biochemistry at Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Professor Liam Ramamurti, despite his venerable age, with a scholar’s curiosity was quite interested in the university, cheerfully wandering the campus with his grandson, who has already become a graduate specialist. Professor Liam was proud that his grandson would continue their medical family dynasty.
The respectable guests were also met by ZSMU Rector, Professor Kolesnyk Yurii, and First Pro-rector, Associate Professor Avramenko Mykola. The conversation turned out to be warm and friendly. Yurii Mykhailovych told about the university, the scientific achievements of the team, the long-standing friendly relations between our university and India, which are continuously strengthened through the communication of young people who come to us to study medicine. Mutual exchange of educational and cultural heritage of peoples is continuing. The guests received different gifts, they were especially glad to get the memorable anniversary publication about ZSMU.