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with the support of Indian Embassy

The Embassy of India from the very first days of creation of the Indian center shows interest and gives full support. The ambassador and other responsibles of embassy have been in continuous contact with Osh State University management, meet teachers and students and participate in various joint actions.

The first Ambassador of India in KR Mr. Ram Mukija was the initiator of creation of the Indian center in Osh State University. It helped to improve the relations of Osh State University with the Indian party, created center library, presented to the center a photo exhibition “The invitation to India”, consisting of 60 photographs, supported idea of the center about carrying out days of culture of India in Osh and region which took place in 1998 and made a great success. Arrival of actors from India promoted lifting of good-neighbourhood in the field of culture.


The ambassador of India Mr. Om Prakash supplied the center with computers and the printers, approved a center initiative about carrying out annual scientific conferences under the general name “India and Kyrgyzstan. Interaction of civilizations”, become for a short time very authoritative and considerable event in scientific life of the region and Fergana Valley. Mr. Om Prakash together with the Indian council for cultural ties gave opportunity to two assistants and the best students of the center annually to be trained in Postgraduate departments of India.

The ambassador of India Mr. Appunni Ramesh paid much attention to the activity of the Indian center.  Periodically visited the center and Osh State University, met teachers and students of Osh State University, heads of the region and the city, sent the interested scientists to Osh, filled up a library stock of the center. 

In February, 2004 the Embassy of India with active participation of the center and the regional state administration held to KR in the city of Osh a photo exhibition about life and Mahatma Gandhi’s activity and a film festival of modern Indian cinema. Active help to the center was given by the ambassador of India in Kyrgyz Republic Mr. Pande. He visited more than once Osh State University, met the university management, allocated to the center new computers and supported idea about creation in Osh State University, Kyrgyz-Indian center of new technologies.

On March 14-15, 2011 Osh State University was visited by the new ambassador of India in Kyrgyz Republic Mr. Pkhunchok Stubdan who examined work of the Indian center, discussed prospects of further cooperation with the management of Osh State university and expressed readiness in active expansion of mutual cooperation of the Indian party with Osh State University.