Jalal-Abad State University established in the year 1993 is held to a strong motto of “dedication to practical studies, enhancement of knowledge, ability, and quality”. University emerged as one of the top multi-disciplinary medical universities envisioned to extend strong support to the community by creating greatly committed outstanding medical professionals. Jalal-Abad State University is getting increasingly popular to create an interactive learning environment that motivates the passion to surpass academically, clinically, and professionally. University offers graduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs till the date more than 15000 graduates successfully accomplished their degrees and are currently employed at various hospitals across the globe. Jalal-Abad State University can be considered as one of the most sought out universities by most foreign nationals.
Official Website: http://jasu.kg/
|Year of Establishment||1993|
|Name of the University||JALAL-ABAD STATE UNIVERSITY|
|Type of the University||Public/Govt|
|Location of the University||Jalal-Abad, Kyrgyzstan|
|Recognitions / Accreditations||NMC, WHO, ECFMG, FAIMER|
|Medium of Teaching||ENGLISH|
|Eligibility to enroll in MBBS||10+ 2 WITH PCB 50% IN 12TH / +2|
|Faculty||General Medicine, Nursing|
|The population of Indian Students||500|
|Indian Food facility||Available in University canteen/restaurants|
|Total course duration||6 years|
Around 10,000 students are studying at Jalal-Abad State University and over 700 teachers meticulously working among them 15 expert doctors, 116 science professors, and other specialists that have been recruited from various parts of the country as well from top universities of the world. Every faculty member did oath their utmost commitment in accomplishing the mission and vision of Jalal-Abad State University regarding shaping excellent medical professionals.
Infrastructure And Other Facilities
Jalal-Abad State University has one administrative building, 7 educational buildings, 3 dormitories, and a cultural and aesthetic center. Every department is equipped with innovative and modern teaching aids, centrally conditioned classrooms, vast digitalized libraries, basketball courts, games arenas, auditoriums, and research centers to get the ideal climate to successfully gain knowledge. Jalal-Abad State University is affiliated with the best hospitals to provide hands-on training to the medical students of the university through personal examinations.
Over 400 international students are currently studying at Jalal-Abad State University from countries from Kazakhstan, India, Nepal, Syria, Turkey, Pakistan, Afghanistan and so. Jalal-Abad State University envisions to be a leader in global education to produce education beyond borders in the promotion of diversified programs for foreign students.
Around 200 Indian students are at present studying at Jalal-Abad State University passionately learning to enhance their medical and clinical skills. Indian students are more aspiring regarding study medicine and Jalal-Abad State University provides great care in serving them with clinical enrichment, analysis, lectures, and other facilities enhancing their standards.
Indian Food And Accommodation
Best fully furnished accommodation provided in the three available dormitories separate for boys and girls. University prioritizes every necessity of the foreign nationals including providing them with their home country food and every other facility. Dorms are furnished with beds, study tables, peaceful study areas, and a canteen with continental and Indian cuisines with very low-cost fees. Two sharing rooms are available at the hostels to facilitate a comfortable learning atmosphere.
About Jalal-Abad city: Jalal-Abad is the part of Osh region surrounding by Talas, Chuy, Naryn, Uzbekistan, and Osh. The oblast was established at 139 consisting of 8 districts divided into 5 towns, 8 urban areas, and 415 villages. Jalal-Abad oblast spread across 33,647 kilometers city name also similar to the oblast as Jalal-Abad consisting of 12,28,750 population density. A region filled with lush greenery and crop production including wheat, fruits, vegetables, maize, nuts, tobacco, and silk. Natural minerals like gas, coal, oil, and metals are found in this region aplenty with the production of textiles additional advantage.
Transportation: Public transport at Kyrgyzstan mostly includes buses, electric trolleybuses, public vans, taxi cabs, commuter long-distance buses, serving the citizens to travel within and out of the city too long distances. Jalal-Abad railway station offers very few train services that are most popular. Jalal-Abad Airport is located just in close proximity to the city serving air travel to most of the major cities of the world.
Climate: Jalal-Abad has a humid continental climate with an average low temperature of 3oC during the months of January and February to a high temperature of 31oC during the June-July months. Summers usually are very dry also experience major thunder and sand storms with gusty winds and winters experience snowfalls frequently and heavy fog. These climatic conditions are a little overwhelming to the students who migrated to study there especially for south Indian students where they are acquainted with tropical climatic conditions.
Safety: Kyrgyzstan is one of the safest countries and Jalal-Abad is one of the safest regions of the world being overly populated the crime rate is quite low. Except for petty crimes like the pick-pocketing city is very safe from serious crimes. Though the city is mostly safe the tourists or the students should be careful during the night times roaming and not to roam during night times individually.
Communication: Kyrgyz is the national language of Kyrgyzstan and Russian is also a major speaking language over there. Kyrgyz is a Turkic language adopted officially in 1991 as the official language. English is the teaching language at Jalal-Abad State University and the communication of the same can be done at the university with the faculty and the peers. Nonetheless one cannot expect the same during interacting with the locals and to have direct coordination with the patients students need to learn the local language.