Medical Institute of North Caucasian State Humanitarian and Technological Academy
Cherkessk was established in 1804 as a Russian military fort on the Kuban River, what was then the border with Circassia, on the spot where in 1790 Russian troops under the command of General Johann Hermann von Fersen (Ivan Ivanovich Herman fon Fersen) defeated the Ottoman Batal Pasha. In honor of the victory over Batal Pasha, the fort named Batalpashinskaya. Cherkessk is the capital of the republic. Within the framework of administrative divisions, it is incorporated as the city of republic significance of Cherkessk—an administrative unit with the status equal to that of the districts. As a municipal division, the city of republic significance of Cherkessk incorporated as Cherkessk Urban. The population of Cherkessk was 129,069 in the 2010 Census. Currency is as well as Rubles. Native Russians, Cherkess, Karachays, and minorities of Ukrainians, Greeks, Georgians and Armenians inhabit the city
Medical Institute of the North-Caucasian State Humanitarian Technological Academy created in 2004 to address human resource issues in Cherkessk on the most popular specialties - Doctor. In accordance with a license to conduct educational activities in the field of higher education at the institute provides training in the specialty Doctor of Medicine. Medical Institute occupies a unique place among medical institutions in Russia (and in the world) as a vital, diverse and inter-denominational community. The Institution has demonstrated that it is possible to be committed to quality primary care while encouraging the development of excellent tertiary health care services. This approach is possible in the context of a holistic understanding of health and healing. The emphasis on training doctors to go back and serve in their own Countries has maintained. A large number of Missions throughout Russia make use of these opportunities for training. This enables them to make up to date health services available for people in rural and semi-urban areas in different parts of the country, through the hospitals under their auspices. It expect that those who receive training here will keep the needs of the people of his country foremost in their minds when they start their vocation. The trainees are expose to the most modern developments in medical sciences and at the same time equal emphasis given to making them service oriented so that they identify themselves with the community where they are called to serve.
Medical Institute of NCSHTA has one of the finest learning environments in Russian Federation with infrastructure and faculty that support students to earn their skills to become outstanding Medical professionals.
Medical Institute of NCSHTA listed in World Health Organization Directory,
as well as students from Indian Republic can appear in Medical Council of India’s Screening Test.
isted in IMED (International Medical Education Directory), as well as placed at FAIMER, School ID: 0003395. Listed in World Health Organization (WHO) Medical schools Directory, as well as students from Indian Republic can appear in Medical Council of India’s (MCI) Screening Test.
Our Institution has specialized laboratories for Anatomy (museum), Physiology, Biochemistry and Pathology, among others to help the students develop psychomotor skills, which are very essential for the effective practice of medicine. Medical Institute also has an innovative, modern clinical skills lab where our students training on various physical skills related to various organ systems, preparing them for real patient encounters. We having wellequipped Clinical Microbiology, Clinical Biochemistry and Pathology Laboratories. Most of the diagnostic tests conducted by fully automated, advanced instruments in our Diagnostics Centers.
NCSHTA’s Library having all type of reference service in Medical education program. Internet Access Wi-Fi service. The Central Library Medical Institute is fully equipped with local and international literatures. It has over 62,000 textbooks. The services of the library include e-Learning, Audio-visual services; Computer based work, Reprographic service, Book bank facility, Bibliographic service, Online access to journals and Medline service.
Cherkessk city, Russia
The capital city of Karachay-Cherkessia republic.
Cherkessk is a city in southern Russia, the capital of the Karachay-Cherkessia Republic. It is a major industrial, economic and cultural center of the region.
The city is located close to the Caucasian mountains, on the right bank of the Kuban River. The population mostly consists of Russians, Karachayevs, Cherkesses, Abazins, Nogaytses. In general, people of about 80 nationalities live in Cherkessk today.
The population of Cherkessk is about 124,000 (2015), the area - 69.8 sq. km.
The phone code - +7 8782, the postal codes - 369000-369015.
Local time in Cherkessk city is April 20, 1:08 pm (+3 UTC).
Cherkessk was founded by the Cossacks as a Russian military fortification on the Kuban frontier, where the Russian troops headed by the general German defeated 40,000 Turkish Army of Batal-Pashi in 1790.
In autumn 1825, near the fortification, a settlement was founded by the Cossacks from the Stavropol region. It was called Batalpashinskaya - the rare fact in history when the settlement was named after the defeated, but not the winner of the battle.
In 1880, Batalpashinskaya became the administrative center of the region. It was the place of grain and cattle trade, a wood cutting plant was opened.
Since 1922, the town was the center of Karachay-Cherkessia autonomous region, since 1926 - the center of Cherkessk national district, from 1928 till 1943 - of Cherkessk autonomous region. In 1931, Batalpashinskaya received the city status and was renamed Batalpashinsk.
Cherkessk CITY features
Cherkessk is located in the northern part, the foothill zone, of the Karachaevo-Cherkessia, on the right bank of the Kuban River.
The climate is quite favorable. The average temperature in January is minus 2 degrees Celsius, in July - plus 22.5 degrees C.
There is a refrigerator machine-building plant, a rubber plant, a low-voltage equipment plant, a cement plant in Cherkessk.
The city is a railway station on the dead line “Nevinnomysskaya - Dzheguta”. Here starts the Military-Sukhum highway, built in 1828-1878. Cherkessk transportation consists of trolley-buses, buses and mini vans.
The city has several Orthodox churches, mosques, an Armenian Apostolic Church, and a Protestant Church.
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