On the initiative of the Indian side, Nikolai Kurchenko, Associate Professor of the Department of Electric Machines and Motor Drives, gave lectures on precision agriculture in an online format. The Kuban partners shared their knowledge on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in agriculture, navigation system, and electronic mapping. Today, the level of automation in India is low, so foreign colleagues also listened with interest to a lecture on robotics in agriculture. The partnership between the two educational institutions allows colleagues to develop and reach a new level of education.
It should be reminded that cooperation with COER began after the forum of foreign graduates of KubSAU in 2019. Within the framework of the cooperation agreement, KubSAU lecturers visited their Indian colleagues. They gave lecturers, provided career guidance to schoolchildren, and outlined further ways of developing mutually beneficial relationships.
In the near future, it is planned to continue teaching other disciplines, and it is also planned to organize a study trip for students from India.