On December 6th, 2018, Ijevan Branch of “Yerevan State University” Foundation Board Meeting took place headed by A. V. Tsutsulyan.
On the agenda were the attendance of the students during the first semester of 2018-2019 academic years, several current issues and the preparations for the mid-term exams of the same semester.
The Deans of four faculties of YSUIB and the Head of Part-time Learning Department reported on the attendance of students in the first semester of 2018-19 academic years.
It was particularly mentioned that in the Faculty of Humanities during 2018, September 1- December 5, there are no students with poor attendance in the “French language and literature” IV, “Foreign language and literature” I and II, “Elementary pedagogy and methodology” I, “History” II, “Armenian Language and Literature “II and III,” Psychology “IV courses. In the other courses, 23 students had poor attendance.
At the Faculty of Economics, 23 students were reprimanded by the dean, 2 students; by the director and another 5 students were also reprimanded.
In general, the lowest attendance was in the following courses of YSUIB Full-time learning: “Informatics and Applied Mathematics” IV and II, “Service” IV, “Theory of Economy” IV, “Economy” III and “History” III.
During the session, it was also decided to remove 15 students of the Department of Part-time Learning, students having 60 or more absence during the first semester of 2018-2019 academic years and students who failed to pay semester tuition fee or partial payout and students who failed to pass the exams.
- Davtyan, head of the educational-methodological department of YSUIB, reported on preparations for the mid-term examinations of the first semester of 2018-2019 academic years. In particular, he noted that according to the schedule of 2018-2019 academic years, the mid-term exams of Bachelor’s Full-time learning will be held from December 22 to December 28, 2018, and mid-term exams of Part-time learning will be held on December 6-20, 2018.
It was emphasized that the Educational-Methodical Department has done the necessary preparatory work to properly conduct the exam period. The branch faculties and Part-time learning departments have been provided with notebooks for mid-term examinations and paper forms for the tests were numerated and sealed. The presented schedules were checked and then a timetable was drawn to carry out the exam process in 4 classrooms equipped with cameras. A schedule has been drawn up for day-to-day oversight during the exam.
The Branch is ready to start the examination period.