The 2017-2018 Academic Year’s First Session of ASUE Scientific Board
Today, the first session of ASUE Science Board for the 2017-2018 academic year was held at ASUE Conference Hall headed by Koryun Atoyan, Rector, Professor, the Board Chairman.
Mihrdaty Harutyunyan, Vice Rector of Educational-organizational Matters, reported the results of the 2nd half of the 2016-2017 academic year.
The Vice Rector drew attention on the shortcomings stressing that the students’ attendance, disciplinary issues, modernization of curricula and programs, formation of Master’s groups are among the unresolved issues. The Scientific Board evaluated the results and made recommendations to the Rectorate Board, Deans, and Chairs.
Mihrdat Harutyunyan also reported on results of graduation and master thesis defense stressing that the process has been carried out according to the decree of the Minister of the RA Education and Science (N 1197 on October 31, 2011). The Scientific Board appreciated the work done, at the same time revealing existing problems and emphasizing the responsibilities of the responsible persons.
Rector Koryun Atoyan presented the working plan for the first half for the 2017-2018 academic year, which was approved.
Gagik Vardanyan, Vice Rector of Science and International Relations, reported on the contractual (thematic) funding of scientific and technical activities, which was approved.
Mihrdat Harutyunyan presented the order of “Allocating students pension and state scholarship at ASUE Financial and Economic College”, stating that it’s studied by the University Juridical Division and it’s approved.
Gagik Vardanyan presented the issue of approving topics of thesis and their scientific supervisors. Scientific Board recommended for publication Sofya Ohanyan’s, PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor of the Chair of Philosophy and Armenian History, educational manual - “Converting Art Cryptography”.
After running out the agenda issues Gagik Vardanyan announced and informed the Board members that the chair scientific seminars had already started and called to attend actively.
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