26.12.2017 | 
Society
YSU STUDENT HAS WON IN THE TV PROJECT "THE SMARTEST"
YSU STUDENT HAS WON IN THE TV PROJECT "THE SMARTEST"
Aram Dallakyan, 3rd year student at the Chair of Arabic Studies of YSU Faculty of Oriental Studies, has won in the "Religion" nomination of the TV project "The Smartest".

YSU student will travel to Jerusalem for a two-week pilgrimage in 2018. The prize was established by the Araratian Patriarchal Diocese.

In contrast to the previous (student) competition, which was attended by the bachelor students of the Armenian universities, the students of the Master's degree also had the opportunity to participate this year. The participants were the students of Armenia and Artsakh.


"For the first time when the project was organized for students, I decided not to participate because I did not have time, but this time my friends convinced me to participate," - Aram Dallakyan said.


Those wishing to participate in the contest had already completed their applications in spring. They were given the opportunity to choose their interest topics. Aram Dallakyan mentioned that from the beginning he wanted to choose his favorite topics - religion, history and literature: "I had not really prepared for the event even. I was hoping for my knowledge."


"The knowledge gained at school and university, as well as my own efforts, are very important to me in different spheres," - says Aram Dallakyan.


YSU student was guided by the slogan "Keeping calm in every situation." "During every game, especially during the 2nd round, I was trying to stay calm. By saying calm, I mean more concentration."


According to Aram Dallakyan, the slogan was justified and that's why he succeeded.


"During the competition, I gained new knowledge, made new acquaintances, and accomplished one of my goals - winning the trip to Jerusalem," - added Aram Dallakyan.

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