On February 23, 2017 JIS University, Kolkata, India, and Russian –Indian Scientific and Technological Center, Moscow, Russian Federation, together with Russian New University and International Law Institute in the framework of the Symposium "New Generation – Digital India" have launched a new initiative for the revitalization of the Russian-Indian scientific and technological cooperation, creating Indo-Russian Centre of Excellence. The Center will work in four areas: Education, Skill Development, Research and Development, Technology Transfer.
The new Center will combine the expertise of both countries and help to make innovative products commercially viable. The joint Centre of Excellence will provide opportunities for the participation of all interested scientific and innovative organizations from India and Russia.
THE CEREMONY OF LAUNCHING INDO – RUSSIAN
CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE
SIGNING OF THE MEMORANDUM ON ESTABLISHING OF
INDO – RUSSIAN CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
TRACK 4 TECHNICAL SESSION “TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER”
DISCUSSION ON THE RESULTS OF FOUR TECHNICAL
SESSIONS OF THE SYMPOSIUM
THE HEAD OF THE TRADE REPRESENTATION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
YAROSLAV V. TARASYUK ARRIVED FROM DELHI TO SUPPORT
November 11, 2016 With the support of the Embassy of India in Russia, the meeting of Ms. Sila Singh Ghosh, Vice-President of JIS Group, Kolkata, India, and Ms. Liudmila Kornaukkova, Deputy General Director of RISTC took place at Moscow.
The parties discussed the possibilities and directions of cooperation and agreed on organizing a joint Russian-Indian Symposium at Kolkata in February, 2017.
23 Sep 2016 Delegation of Indian businessmen and representatives of government agencies visited the Office Center SKOLKOVO to discuss cooperation in innovations in the framework of the PROGRAM “India -Russia Bridge for Innovations”.
The purpose of the Indian entrepreneurs visit - exploring opportunities to develop innovative technologies and business in different fields and enter the Russian market.
At the invitation of the SKOLKOVO International Cooperation Department Fund Deputy General Director of RISTC, L. I. Kornaukhova took part in negotiations.
Following the talks, agreements were reached about the partnership of Indian and Russian development institutes in the sphere of joint innovation and entrepreneurship.
On September 10, 2016 at the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) there was held a meeting with Deputy foreign Minister of India Ms. Sujata Mehta.
Ms. Sujata Mehta made a presentation on the topic: "Scenario of development of relations between India and the European Union after BREAXIT".
The event was attended by RIAC members, representatives of ministries and departments, honoured diplomats, heads and leading experts from universities and academic institutions. At the invitation of the RIAC in the meeting took part Deputy General Director of RISTC L. I. Kornaukhova.
Experts have paid attention of the Russian-Indian relations, recognizing India's growing role in the Asia Pacific region and the rapid development of the country. RIAC was represented at the event by the following persons: Vice-President, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Russia Vyacheslav I. Trubnikov, RIAC General Director Andrei V. Kortunov and RIAC experts: Head of the Centre for British studies, Institute of Europe, RAS Elena V. Ananyeva and chief researcher of the Institute IMEMO Andrey G.Volodin.
18 June 2016 RISTC was visited by Dr. Bhaskar Balakrishnan , President of the Association of Indian diplomats, who worked as the Ambassador of India in several countries. Dr. Balakrishnan reviewed the infrastructure and activities of the Center and listened to the presentations of the member-organizations of the Nonprofit Partnership RISTC.
There took place a concerned constructive discussion, RISTC members gave their proposals on cooperation in various fields of science and technology, while Dr. Balakrishnan carefully reviewed the presentation materials and gave practical advices.