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Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Government to provide incentives for students’ academic achievements

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan attended a ceremony of handing scholarship certificates to students with good academic achievements in the Yerevan State University. The head of government handed out the certificates in person.

Congratulating the best of eligible students, Tigran Sargsyan noted that the government tends to provide incentives for students’ academic achievements.

Addressing the meeting, the Prime Minister stated in part: “Students should be focused on the future. It is important for us to have your vision of what will Armenia be like within some 15, 20, 25 years. This will be of great service to the government since we are trying to implement such reforms as may create a sound basis for the country of your dream so that your could continue your work. This means that we should prioritize knowledge, knowledge-based economy and society. I have often been criticized for these sentences because our opponents do not accept this idea and my approaches. Nonetheless, I do believe that the modern world is one of knowledge- and intellect-based competition which keeps growing in importance day after day. I am convinced that there is no alternative to this. Therefore, we should appreciate knowledge and learning if we are to build a modern-type society. In this respect, we must value our wealth of intellectuals and scholars.”

Addressing the students, Tigran Sargsyan continued: “I wish you never gave up your aspiration for knowledge and learning. You may rest assured that the government will do its utmost to bring forward such personalities as will govern the country based on such noble ideals as we cherish and put at the heart of education.”

Then, the Prime Minister answered the questions of journalists.

Supported by the government of Armenia, the scholarship certificate award program was carried out with a budget of 60 million drams allocated to the Youth Fund of Armenia. 600 out of a total of 800 applications filed by first-year students were found eligible for scholarship certificates. Note that the process of first half-year scholarship settlements is already underway in higher education establishments.

October 2020