Economy 14:36 30/12/2016

VivaCell-MTS implemented large-scale educational projects in 2016

VivaCell-MTS acknowledges the importance of education as the basis for social and economic development, further development of national identity, fostering productivity culture and supporting the harmonious development of the society, in general. The the company says in a released statement, education is a basic precondition to achieving these outcomes, based on the opportunity made available to people to self-actualize themselves in different spheres of life by living in their Motherland as opposite to “brain-drain” from the country. Quality education is a prerequisite to developing competitive advantage and being part of value-creation chain internationally.

 
“Providing quality education is investment in the future. Education is a tool to manage one’s own destiny. The opposite of it is letting life and circumstances to make choices instead of the individual and Nation, in general. Education is a means to developing individuality and creative thinking. That’s why we have chosen it to be one of the important areas of social investment by VivaCell-MTS,” the Company’s General Manager Ralph Yirikian said.
 
VibvaCell-MTS’ social investment in education, from the first day of its inception, has been targeting the following spheres:
 
• ICT curriculum introduction in selected senior school of Armenia
• Establishment of fab labs and support to robotics education in Armenia
• Introduction of Wi-Fi infrastructure in public libraries and educational institutions
• Global IT award to individuals, who have made an Outstanding Contribution to Humanity through IT
• International Microelectronics Olympiads
• Environmental education for youth and public awareness 
• Providing computers to cultural and educational centers
• Providing frontier villages with access to internet
• Tuition fee for students, studying in Armenia and abroad 
• Workshops and seminars for the neonatologists and nurses of Armenia 
• Internship programs for graduating students  
• Open door activities at VivaCell-MTS introducing to students the basics of corporate culture
• And many more
 
The company reminds, that only in 2016, the total amount of VivaCell-MTS contribution into the sphere of education has made AMD 372 million. The total amount allocated by the Company in the sphere of education during 2005-2016 has made AMD 3.3 billion.


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