Maxim Dobrokhotov, Director of the Russian House in Dhaka, praised the decision of Bangladeshi youth for choosing Russia as a destination for higher education.
He spoke with farewell words for them to be very happy and also wished them all the best. He recalled that since 1972 over five thousand Bangladeshi graduates of Soviet (Russian) universities received prestigious and well-paid professions both home and abroad working in government, private, and various international organizations.
The director said this in a programme for Russian government scholarship recipients which was held on 9 August and attended by Dr Md Jahirul Islam, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, Ministry of Education of Bangladesh Ph.D. from Krasnodar University in 1991; Mahmudul Hasan Shamim, Sports journalist and freelance media personality, Masters in Civil Engineering from Peoples’ Friendship the University of Russia in 1989 and Dr. Sk. Anisur Rahman, Senior Scientific Officer, Bangladesh Atomic Energy Regulation Authority (BAERA), Ph.D. from Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (MEPI) in 2020.
They expressed their congratulations and warm wishes on that occasion and also talk about their real experience of staying in Russia during the study period. Syed Bazlul Hasan Rajib, Chief of Education Section, the Russian House in Dhaka explained the educational process in higher education in Russian universities, read a media release.