New strategy of education and science. Part 147

Education must solve today's problem
At the moment, serious changes are underway in the labor market, in the ways of organizing life. Currently some young people invest heavily and acquire a profession that no longer exists. Today's education should solve today's problems. Areg Tadevosyan, coordinator of educational programs of "Ardi" Academy of "Renderforest" company, presented the goals of creating the academy and new opportunities for technological education.


The village of Tsapatagh, located on the eastern shore of Lake Sevan, is of strategic importance for Armenia. The village is located directly on the bank of Sevan. It has developed tourist infrastructures: hotels and guesthouses.


"Katil Band", "Bari Luso"

The folk song "Bari Luso" was written in 1885 by Hayrik Khrimyan. Hayrik Muradyan recorded the song for the first time in the 1970s. Now the song is presented by the band "Katil" with a new arrangement.


After the ethnic cleansing of Artsakh by Azerbaijan, Tegh village of Syunik region became border. A part of the pastures and arable lands of the village came under the control of the enemy. The Azerbaijani positions appeared directly on the hills next to the village, the inhabitants were directly in their target.

Holy Mother of God Church in Yeghipatrush

Built in the 13th century by the order of Vache Vachutyan, the Church of the Holy Mother of God has kept awake not only the spiritual life of Yeghipatrush, but also the surrounding villages. Locals say that the church bell rang so powerfully that it was heard several villages away. Locals tell about the church of the village, the unique khachkars painted in scarlet.


The ancient khachkars, churches and ancient sites found in this village on the shore of Lake Sevan testify to the historical and important importance of the region. Next to the village is the "Port Ayas" resort, where the Cilicia ship is docked.

New strategy of education and science. Part 145

Voluntary certification of teachers. encouragement or punishment?
Many teachers are unable to pass the voluntary certification program for teachers, because many do not have the skills to pass the questionnaires, but this does not mean that they lack knowledge. In addition, a teacher who participates in voluntary certification may lose his job in the end if he does not pass the program. In other words, this program contains a threat, as a result of which few people apply for voluntary certification. Armine Gabrielyan, a teacher who passed the voluntary certification of the first primary school of Artashat, is in the pavillion.


11 deacons of the Mother See were ordained priests with the blessing of the Catholicos of All Armenians

They studied at the Gevorgyan Theological Seminary, then served until the determination to choose the spiritual path became stronger. Five out of 11 chose the path of celibate priesthood. After ordination, six deacons will serve as a married priest in the church. The newly ordained priests will spend a forty-day period of preparation and prayer in Holy Etchmiatsin, following which they will be called to serve in various structures and dioceses of the Armenian Church.

Displacement stories

Stories of forcibly displaced people from different settlements of Artsakh

More than 300 people forcibly displaced from Artsakh now live in Ranchpar village of Ararat region. Their rented apartments are in a poor condition: they have no kitchen, bathroom, beds and household appliances. Usually several people sleep in one room. Most of the forcibly displaced Artsakh residents do not have jobs.

New strategy of education and science. Part 144

The goal of the Armenian Aerospace Agency is to make Armenia an aerospace superpower, which will enable it to deter enemies in the region. The agency wants to unite the Armenian scientific and engineering potential scattered all over the world. Hovhannes Yeranyan discussed with Mher Mehrabyan, Director of the Areg Mehrabyan Charitable Foundation and the Armenian Aerospace Cooperation, the educational programs of the foundation, the prerequisites for creating powerful aerospace infrastructures in Armenia.

Mysterious candles made by Liana from Artsakh

Displaced from Artsakh, Liana continues to make candles in Armenia. It was hard to keep working, it was also hard not to work, but doing candle making is now more than important to stand out, not to break, to move forward in faith.

Festive toys and bags made by the hands of Artsakh residents

Displaced Artsakh residents continue to create in Armenia. "Working is also a way to overcome depression and pain, a form of struggle," assure Elina and Lilit.