Yerevan State University Ijevan Branch

YSU IJEVAN BRANCH BOARD MEETING OF OCTOBER 26

 On October 26 of 2018, at YSU Ijevan Branch, a board meeting was held headed by A. V. Tsutsulyan.

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The meeting was attended by members of the Directorate, members of Department of Part-time Learning, Heads of other Departments of the branch.

On the agenda were the preparatory works related to mid-term exams for the first semester of 2018-2019 academic years, and preparations for the part-time learning course and several current issues.

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Deans of four Departments reported on preparations related to mid-term exams for the first semester of 2018-2019 academic years.

They particularly mentioned that the necessary preparatory work was carried out at the faculties.

Mid-term exams tests and tickets have been completed and sealed, video cameras have been installed in the classrooms (№ 38, №39, №56, №57), where the written exams will be held.

Examination committees have been formed for the Oral Examinations from the professorial staff of the departments.

The preparations for the mid-term examinations of the 1st semester of the 2018-2019 academic years were assessed as satisfactory.

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Zurabyan, Head of the Department of Part-time Learning, delivered a report on the preparations of lessons of Part-time education of 2018-2019 academic years 1st semester.

The speaker, presenting the works done, particularly mentioned that the schedule was already ready, the audience was fully clarified.

During the lecture, the issues of the educational, administrative and economic staff were touched upon and put an emphasis on the issue of security.

All the issues were discussed and appropriate solutions were provided.

The preparations for the Part-time learning course of the first semester of 2018-2019 academic years were assessed as satisfactory.

UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE ENTITLED “ANCIANT AND YOUNG CAPITAL” WAS HELD AT YSU IJEVAN BRANCH

 On October 27 of 2018, YSU Ijevan Branch Student Scientific Society (SSS) organized university conference entitled “Ancient and Young Capital”.

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The conference was attended by Acting Director of YSU Ijevan Branch A. V. Tsutsulyan, deans of faculties, other members of administrative staff, lecturers, and students.

Twelve students of the Faculties of Economics and Humanities took part in university conference entitled “Ancient and Young Capital”. They delivered lectures on linguistics, economics, history and other spheres.

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First, a plenary session took place and Acting Director of YSU IB A.V. Tsutsulyan made an opening speech, greeting all attendees, the organizers and participants of the conference, expressing contentment to the Student Scientific Society for the initiative and expecting that such conferences would be organized more frequently, involving more participants.

The conference continued in two Departments: History and Economics (5 speakers), Department of Philology and Social Studies (7 speakers).

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The university conference was in an engaging and warm atmosphere, and beneficial discussions were held between reporters, lecturers and students.

At the end, the reporters of the conference received certificates

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The photos of the conference are available in the gallery.

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THE FOURTH_YEAR STUDENTS OF THE FACULTY OF “HISTORY” VISITED GEORGIA

 On October 27 of 2018, 4th year students of YSU Ijevan Branch “History” Faculty, together with their lecturers, assistant of the Department of Armenian History and Social Science, PhD, Associate Professor A. Hovhannisyan and Associate Professor of the same department H. Movsesyan, made a study visit to the northern neighbor of Armenia; the Republic of Georgia.

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The group of university students first visited the spiritual center of the Georgian people, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral which is the largest of Georgian preserved historic structures located in the historic town of Mtskheta. For centuries it has been considered the Christian center of Georgia. In the 4th century, the Christian king Mirian III built the first wooden church in Georgia by the advice of St. Nino, which was not preserved later. Mirian served as one of the columns of the temple and was known as the burial site of Christ’s mantle.

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In the second half of the 5th century, King Vakhtang I Gorgasali built the upper armor of the basilica church, opened by Soviet researchers (led by V. Tsintsadze) in 1970. Instead of the damaged basilica in the 11th century, Priest of Georgia Melchizedek I built the temple (1012-1030, 1039-1045). Nowadays, the church is based on the cross-dome style of church architecture; the dome is placed across all four sides of church, named after twelve apostles, built in 1010-1029 (architect, Arsukisdze).

The road crossed along the Kura and Aragvi Rivers, which beautified the trip.

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The next stop was Tbilisi, which is distinguished by its culture, style diversity. Complicated and interesting architectural structures created with the combination of Georgian and Caucasian cultures, were admiring. The influence of Western culture on Tbilisi was remarkable.                                                                                                        The Georgian cuisine was more than interesting                                                         

The students saw the Tbilisi State University, walked over the mirror bridge, sat the ropeway, sat on one of the vessels on the Kura River, and admired the panorama and the bright lights of Tbilisi.

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YSU IJEVAN BRANCH WILL PROVIDE ADDITIONAL TUITION FEE DISCOUNT TO 2016 APRIL WAR PARTICIPANTS

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According to the Regulation of Ijevan Branch of Yerevan State University on Student Grants, State and Institutional Scholarships, in the previous 2016 academic year, the students who had a military duty during April War and had corresponding average grade point (Bachelor, 10 points),their tuition fees were discounted by 30%, and the Youth Foundation of Armenia provided partial compensation of tuition fees(20% discount).
Based on the relevant decision of Ijevan Branch of Yerevan State University, hereinafter the students who have been on duty during the April War, will be provided with not only an additional 30% tuition fee discount, but also with 20% discount previously provided by  Youth Foundation of Armenia.