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    YEREVAN STATE UNIVERSITY TO TRAIN HIGH-CLASS ENGINEERS FOR ARMENIAN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT


    September 8, 2022 - ARKA News

     

      EDUCATION AND SCIENCE

      YEREVAN, September 8. /ARKA/. The Yerevan State University (YSU) and the Armenian Nuclear Power Plant (ANPP) CJSC signed a memorandum on scientific and educational cooperation on Wednesday, which envisages training and education of high-class specialists in the field of power engineering.

      The document was signed by YSU Rector Hovhannes Hovhannisyan and ANPP Director General Eduard Martirosyan, YSU press service reported.

      Under the memorandum, YSU and ANPP will cooperate within the framework of the bachelor's, master's and researches curricula, professional development and retraining courses for the employees of ANPP, as well as in joint scientific researches.

      Conditions for the effective organization and conduct of educational, industrial, pre-graduation and scientific practice of students at NPP, as well as renovation and replenishment of relevant professional laboratories are to be created.

      YSU is the largest state university in Armenia which was founded in 1919. It has over 20 departments with around 13,000 students. YSU is a full member of the International Association of Universities, the European University Association (EUA), the Association of Eurasian Universities, the Russian Union of Rectors, the Association of Universities of the Black Sea Region and the International Association of University Presidents.

      The Armenian Nuclear Power Plant, the only one in the South Caucasus region, is located near Metsamor, about 30 km west of Yerevan. It accounts for about 40% of annual electricity generation. --0-

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