27.12.2006 | 
Society
THE ANNUAL REPORT OF YSU RECTOR WAS ACCEPTED
THE ANNUAL REPORT OF YSU RECTOR WAS ACCEPTED
The final session of Yerevan State University Council for 2006 was held on the 27th of December.

YSU Rector Professor Aram Simonyan mentioned that in the fiscal period the main objective of the activities of the University was to provide the high level of education. YSU has chosen this way, which corresponds to the present demands of the international society and the Bologna Process, - said Rector.

He states that the definite problem today is the lack of young staff among the tutors. The student-lecturer parity for 2005-2006 academic year was 1/9, 5. In the framework of credit system we can loose a very significant criterion - the direct contact between our lecturers and students. I think that we must keep this, - ensures us Aram Simonyan.

The active collaboration between the University and the employers was considered as an important achievement. For the preparation of future specialists the employers make certain steps today by undertaking joint training projects with Yerevan State University. The report on the activities of YSU for 2005-2006 year was approved by the Council unanimously.

The head of the Department of Planning and Financial Management of YSU Vladimir Petrosyan presented the report on YSU budget for 2006. In 2006 the incomes of YSU made 4158584 drams, the expenses made 3913167 drams.

Vladimir Petrosyan also presented the project of YSU budget for 2007, which should make 4511364, 5 drams.

In the end of the session President of YSU Council Serge Sargsyan congratulated all those professors who were elected associate members of National Academy of Sciences and congratulated all the present people on the occasion of coming New Year holidays.

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