New Format at ASUE: the Invited Specialists will Share their Experience (photos)

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Within the frames of Ruben Hayrapetyan’s adopted policy new format of conducting special trainings is being introduced at our University, aimed at providing practical knowledge to the students by the invited experienced specialists.

In the context of highlighting the applied component of education, the activation of labor market relations, our University has started both cooperation with different organizations, and takes practical steps to convey the experience of professionals to University students. Today, the project has launched and Lucy Gevorgyan, tax advisor in supervision department of Art-Lar Finance and Accounting office, was hosted at ASUE.

Vard Ghukasyan, Head of ASUE Foreign Relations Division, introduced the guest, afterword the training-discussion began on "How to Become an Entrepreneur in Armenia". Dozens of students were interested in the topic and attended the training. Here are the key themes of the discussion submitted by the speaker: how to start your own business, how much money do you need to become an entrepreneur, what kind of tax system to choose for the mentioned activity, how much should the minimum salary be paid, what is micro-entrepreneurship, can I be my accountant and what should I know about it, the Tax Code, with all its amendments. “Thank you for the meeting and the invitation. My daily work is to find answers to accounting and tax questions, and I want to share this experience with you”; Lucy Gevorgyan stated. Starting the lecture she noted, that the RA Government has adopted such policy aimed at helping anyone who wants to start his own business. Lusi Gevorgyan touched upon the organizational forms of entrepreneurship, the positive and negative features, necessary actions according to type of activity: the required amount of money and many other issues, detailed some provisions of the Tax Code.

The meeting was full of questions and answers, active discussion was held, and at the end of the meeting the speaker conducted a survey to find out the interest in the training and its usefulness.

“I think non-traditional, alternative teaching methods in the academic process are also important: if academic teaching methods are based on basic knowledge, then non-traditional teaching is based on practical experience. My training is based on the analysis of accounting, auditing and tax issues, so I think it can be useful for students to get acquainted with the practical experience”; Lucy Gevorgyan told Media and Public Relations Division.

ASUE Media and Public Relations Division