Kazakhstan lies in the north of the Central Asian Republics, surrounded by Russia in the north, China in the east, Kirghizstan and Uzbekistan in the south, and the Caspian Sea and part of Turkmenistan in the west. It has almost 1,177 mi (1,894 km) of coastline in the Caspian Sea. Kazakhstan is about four times the size of Texas. The territory is largely a steppe with hilly plains and plateaus. The largest and richest of the countries dubbed 'Stans,' Kazakhstan has long been an ethnically mixed country; in the 2009 census, just 63 per cent of the population were native Kazakhs. This foreign aspect is also a core feature of the country's higher education market, where foreign partnerships and exchanges are playing an increasingly prominent role, with universities in Kazakhstan happy to accept international students and academics from all over the world. The dominant religion in Kazakhstan is Islam, and uncommon species present in Kazakhstan are Leopard, Eagles and Falcons.
Kazakhstan is one of the two landlocked countries in the world that has territories on two continents (the other is Azerbaijan). With an area of 2,700,000 square kilometres (1,000,000 square miles) – equivalent in duration to Western Europe – Kazakhstan is the ninth-largest nation and the largest landlocked country in the world. As part of the Soviet Union, Kazakhstan lost some of its lands to the Chinese Xinjiang Autonomous Zone and some to the Uzbek Karakalpakstan Autonomous Republic. It has a frontier of 6,846 kilometers with Russia, 2,203 kilometers with Uzbekistan, 1,533 kilometers with China, 1,051 kilometers with Kyrgyzstan, and 379 kilometers with Turkmenistan. Significant cities include Nursultan, Almaty, Karaganda, Shymkent, Atyrau, and Oskemen. It falls between 40 ° and 56 ° N latitudes and 46 ° and 88 ° E longitudes. While mostly situated in Asia, a tiny section of Kazakhstan is also situated west of the Urals in Eastern Europe. The land of Kazakhstan stretches west to east from the Caspian Sea to the Altay Mountains and north to south from the plains of western Siberia to the oases and deserts of Central Asia. The Kazakh steppe, with a region of approximately 804,500 square kilometers (310,600 square miles), covers 1/3 of the country and is the world's largest dry steppe location. The steppe is distinguished by the aid of large fields of grassland and sandy regions. The main oceans, lakes, and reservoirs comprise the Aral Bay, Lake Balkhash, and Lake Zaysan, the Charyn River, and the Ili, Irtysh, Ishim, Ural, and the Syr Darya reservoirs.
|Basic Eligibility||50% in PCB for General, 40% for SC/ST|
|NEET Exam||Yes, it is compulsory|
|IELTS & TOEFL||Not required|
|Cost of Living in Kazakhstan||Rs. 5 - 10 Thousands/Month|
|Medium of Teaching||English, Russian & Kazakh|
|Universities Recognition||NMC & WHO approved|
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Admission letter from the University
Health check-up form
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After the visa issue, candidate is welcomed in Kazakhstan medical university.
Step 01: APPLY Short list your college and submit your 10th & 12th class mark sheets and Get your Admission Letter within 2 working days.
Step 02: PASSPORT Give us your passport and submit it with other documents once the Visa Support/Invitation Letter is received.
Step 03: VISA We will submit your passport with Visa Support Letter & Other required documents to respective Embassy and get your visa
Step 04: FLY After the visa is stamped we will book your tickets and you will fly to your destination
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