President of the Republic of Tajikistan

Opening of MISiS Branch in Dushanbe

17.04.2012 12:00, Dushanbe city

This morning a building of Branch of National Research Technology University MISiS has been opened with participation of the President of the country Emomali Rahmon in Dushanbe.

The Special Representative of the President of Russian Federation, Head of Federal Agency on Humanitarian Cooperation with CIS Constantin Kosachyov, Rector of National Research Technology University MISiS Dmitriy Livanov and functionaries of education, energy and industry areas of Tajikistan attended the opening ceremony of this educational institute.

During the acquaintance with educational conditions in this 6-floor building, it was in particular noted that current year already 500-600 students will be admitted in this Branch for study. According to future plan the number of students should reach one thousand in this institution.
Currently, this educational building has computer classes, language laboratories, chemical, physical and physical-chemical laboratories, electronic library connected to world network of Internet and other modern conditions. It is ready for training of highly qualified personnel of energy, industry, metallurgy, geology, and mining spheres.

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