Marque Partner University
Kazakhstan National Medical University (KazNMU) Almaty, Kazakhastan
Kazakhstan is steadily progressing in establishing itself as a regional study hub of Central Asia and is an emerging destination for medical aspirants to pursue their
dreams of becominga Q uality Medical Professional.
KazNMU was established in 1930 and in 2001, the Government classified it as a “Natinal University”. MazNMU is the oldest and No. 1 Medical Institute in Kazakhstan.
There are more than 1500 faculty members working at KazNMU, including more than 200 Doctors of Science, 130 Professors, more than 500 Candidates of Science and 15- Laureates oof State Prizes. It offers 5 years Full- Time MBBS program in English and Indian Students are studying in this University since 3 Decedes. Currently it has 700 MBBS Students forom all parts of India.
REGISTRATION IN WORLD DATABASES
✓ National Status (Decree of the President of Kazakhstan, 2001)
✓ The Status of the Innovative Focused University (MAUN RK, 2011)
✓ International Reference Book of Universities of UNESCO
✓ Directories of Medical Schools “Avicenna” of the World Federation of Medical Education and World Health Organization
✓ World Base of the Higher Education of the International Association of Universities
Kazakhstan National Medical Unviversity (KazNMU)
Kazakh-Russian Medical University (KRMU)
Kazakh Medical University of Continuing Education
South Kazakhstan Medical University (SKMA)
Astana Medical University (AMU)
Altal State Medical University(ASMU)
Tver State Medical University
Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU)
Kyrgyz State Medical Academy
International School of Medicine – Kyrgyzstan
ALL OUR PARTNER UNIVERSITIES ARE RECOGNISED BY
World Health Organization | Medical Council of India
Internationl Medical Education Directory | General Medical Council, UK
United States Medical Licensing Examination, USA
The Republic of Kazakhstan is situated in Central Asia Between the Ural River and the lower courses of the Volaga River to the east, the west-Siberian plateau to the north, and the Tien-Shan mountain chain to the south. The territory of the republic stretches 1600 kilometersnorth to the south and more than 2800 kilometers west-to-east, occupying an area of 2,717,000 sq. km. In terms of area, the republic is the 9th largest country of the world.Most of then are of at and low-lying. inKazakhstan is central Kazakhstan vast plains give way to isolated low mountainous range of Saryara, to the South and Southeast they melt into the mountainous system of Altai, Sauyr Tarbagatai, Dzhungarski Ala- Tau and Tien-Shan The highest point is hahn Thegri peak (6995 meter) Kazakhstan is bordered to the north, northwest and west by Russia, to the southeast by China and to the south and southwest by Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan Republics uencedClimate : The Climate of the Republic is deeply contnental and extremely dry. It is severely in by the Arctic region and Eastern Siberia. The absence of any natural barriers in the north of the Republic. enables cold arctic winds and arctic air masses to come frome these direction without restraint. Conversely, the high mountains rimming the east and the southeast of southeast of kazkhstan act as a barrier to air masses from the south. This accounts for the rather unsparing winters over the greater part of the area of the Republic. In Kazakhstan summers are hot and dry with hot winds. .
Population : The Republic has a population of about 15 million people. Citizens of more than 100 ethnicity’s live in the country, the greater part of which are kazakhs (more than 50%) and Russians (more than 30%). Among others, the largest percentages are Ukrainians, Germans and Uzbeks. cial language. However,According to the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kazakh is the of Russian is the language of business and of interethnic intercourse. .
ve economic regions. ThereRegions and Cities: Kazakhstan is politically divided into 14 oblasts and are82 cities and towms in the Republic. The main are Almaty, Zhambyl, Chimkent, Semipalatinsk, Pavlodar, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Astana, Uralsk, Karagandha and Aktyubinsk cities. On December 10,1997, the city of Astana was proclaimed the new capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Almaty, also known by its former names verny and Alma-Ata, is the former capital of Kazakhsthan and the nation’s largest city, with a population of 1,404,000 (2010). This represents approximately 9% of the population of the country. Almaty was the capital of the kazakh SSR and its successor Kazakhstan from 1929 to 1997. Despite losing its status as the capital to Astana in 1997, Almaty remains the major commercial center of Kazakhstan. The city is located in a mountainous area of southern kazakhstan, near the border with kyrgyzstan.
The world “Almaty in Kazakh people language means” grown with apple trees.” The First Kazakh Scholar Chokan Valikhanov observed : “ Almaty city was known for its trade and was a trading post on a high road.” Apples were no doubt one of the important commodities. Anyway, Alma-Ala city has been famous for them to this day.
The new General Plan of Almaty for 2030 was developed in 1998. It is intended to create ecologically safe, secure, and socially comfortable living conditions in the city. It proposes continued multi-storied and single-housing development,
reorganization of industrial districts or territories, Improving transport infrastructure, and expanding Almaty Metro. The First line of Almaty metro was launched on 2011, two weeks ahead of schedule. The extension of the line to Kalkaman was opened in 2015.