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Damascus University discusses ways to develop cooperation with Russian universities

On February 1st, the Rector of Damascus University Dr. Muhammad Yasar Abdin discussed with the Director of the Russian Cultural Center in Damascus Nikolai Sukhov ways to develop scientific and cultural cooperation relations with Russian universities and scientific and academic institutions.

The two sides discussed mechanisms to activate the agreements signed between Damascus University and a number of Russian universities and the possibility of signing new agreements according to priorities set by the two sides.

The two sides discussed the possibility of joint cooperation in the field of scientific research and the organization of lectures, seminars and scientific conferences. 

Syrian student ranked first in debates held by Indian university

NEW DELHI, (ST)_Syrian student Yazan Mhanna ranked first in the national debates competition that was organized by Christ University in India with the participation of hundreds of Indian and foreign students.

The competition, which lasted for 5 hours, dealt with several topics including online education all over the world, Indian woman in education, the labour market and sustainable development.

Syrian Science Olympiad’s final qualifiers tests continue for the second day

Final qualifiers tests of the Syrian Science Olympiad continued for the second day with the aim of selecting members of the national teams which will represent Syria in the International Science Olympiad to be held during the coming period in the fields of mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and informatics.

367 10th grade students from different Syrian provinces are taking part in the competitions, which are being held by the Distinction and Creativity Agency.

The first round of the final qualifiers tests of the Syrian Science Olympiad kicked off Monday. Results are scheduled to be announced on Wednesday.

First round of final qualifiers tests of the Syrian Science Olympiad kicks off

The First round of the final qualifiers tests of the Syrian Science Olympiad kicked off Monday morning with the participation of 367 students from different Syrian provinces.

The tests will determine the national teams that will participate in the International and World Olympiad competitions during the coming period in the fields of mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and informatics.

The final qualifiers, which are held by the Distinction and Creativity Agency, include two rounds of tests conducted over two days to the 10th grade students who  qualified as of this year as well as students who were members of the Science Olympiad national teams in previous years.

The results are scheduled to be announced on Wednesday within a celebration to be held at the Opera House in Damascus.

Talents of scientific excellence participate in the final qualifications of Syrian Scientific Olympiad

From different governorates,  talents of scientific excellence came to Damascus on Sunday evening to participate in the final qualifiers of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad for the 2020-2021 season, scheduled for today.  Members of the national teams that will participate in the World Olympiad competitions during the coming period in the fields of mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and informatics will be selected.

The final qualifiers held by the Excellence and Creativity Authority, with the participation of 673 students from different governorates, include two rounds of tests over a period of two days as is the case in international examinations,  Nabug Yassin, Director of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad stated.