Chechen State University dates back to 7 February 1938 when Grozny Teacher Training Institute was founded with a two-year study period. The Institute was reorganized into Chechen-Ingush State University on 9 March 1971 and the new place received the name of Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy. On 28 February 1995, Chechen-Ingush State University named after Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy was renamed into Chechen State University.
Currently around 15000 full-time students are receiving education at the Chechen State University, 10 Faculties and 4 Institutes lead the learning process.
The Centre of Collective Use at the University serves as a launch pad for the staff and students to conduct research in priority development areas of science and technology.
Education at Chechen State University is the beginning of the big way to a promising (viable) employment and a successful career. The teaching process at the University is operated (provided) at nine faculties and five institutes.
Educational Process is organized using modern technologies. The classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards, hardware essential for videoconferences. Extensive resources of online-library, both Russian and international databases are at students’ service. The university administration assigns (attaches) great importance to the development of academic mobility of the lecturers and works actively on inviting Russian and foreign explorers (scientists) well-known in the scientific and educational environment.
The university offers different areas of training in specialist’s, bachelor’s and master’s programs, as well as postgraduate course.
Faculties of Chechen State University:
The development of the country’s health care system depends directly on the quality and quantity of young health workers being released. The Medical Institute of the Chechen State University has been established and is functioning in the country to carry out this important task. The institute has a great responsibility to train highly qualified specialists and reduce the existence of medical shortages in the country. The institute’s educational programs are designed to train specialists with university-level knowledge in natural, humanitarian and professional disciplines. A lot of attention is paid to the study of a foreign language, the development of modern information technologies in medicine, based on the professional focus of the specialists produced.
All international students are free to use a university-managed accommodation. The building of student’s halls is situated within 3 km from the main building of the university. It is a 5-story building, wherein each story has 2 shared laundry rooms and 1 study room.
There are 2 types of rooms that can accommodate 170 students in total.
Double rooms include features as private WC, shower, kitchen and balcony;
Suite-style rooms are divided into several categories:
Grozny is a city located on both banks of the Sunzha River in the North Caucasus, in the south of European Russia, the capital of the Chechen Republic.
Grozny – Features
Grozny is located in the central part of the Chechen Republic, about 150 km west of the Caspian Sea and 550 km east of the Black Sea. The City Day of Grozny is celebrated on the first Sunday of October.
The climate of Grozny is temperate continental with mild winters, hot and long summers. This city is not protected from the northern cold winds, and therefore, unlike the Black Sea coast of Krasnodar Krai, winters are much colder here. The average temperature in January is minus 3.2 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 23.9 degrees Celsius.
According to the 2010 All-Russian Population Census, Chechens make up about 94% of the city’s population, Russians – 3%. The main religious denomination in Grozny, as throughout Chechnya, is Sunni Islam. In 2009, an Islamic complex with a total area of almost 14 hectares was built in the city center.
On its territory you can see the mosque “The Heart of Chechnya”, the office of the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Chechnya with the residence of the Mufti of Chechnya, Russian Islamic University named after Kunta-haji Kishiev, an Islamic library, a student dormitory, and a hotel.
On the streets of Grozny, instead of numerous billboards, in addition to portraits of Akhmad and Ramzan Kadyrov and Vladimir Putin, you can see quotes from the Quran. Do not forget that Grozny is a city of Muslim culture, so do not dress provocatively. Women are better off avoiding wearing miniskirts and deep-necked blouses. There is also a negative attitude towards women who smoke. There are no night clubs in the city.
The airport “Grozny” (“Severniy”) is located about five kilometers from the city center. It mainly serves regular daily flights from Moscow. The railway station of Grozny serves daily trains Moscow – Grozny and Volgograd – Grozny.
There are almost no historical objects in Grozny. There are several pre-revolutionary buildings and Soviet monuments. All other places of interest were created over the past decade. The Chechen Drama Theater, the M. Lermontov Drama Theater, the Chechen State Philharmonic Society play an important role in the cultural life of the city.
The Sunzha River crosses Grozny from southwest to northeast. The city center is located at the intersection of the Sunzha with the avenues of Vladimir Putin and Akhmad Kadyrov. The main street of Grozny is Akhmad Kadyrov Avenue (former Lenin Avenue). It crosses almost the whole city and beyond the Leninsky bridge across the Sunzha River turns into Vladimir Putin Avenue (former Victory Avenue). In this district, the main tourist sites are concentrated.
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