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Student government will work on a new level

Delegation of Stavropol State Agrarian University took part in the summit of the student leaders of universities in Russia and CIS, held from 17 to 19 November in Nalchik. SSAU was presented by the students of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Maria Deneuve and Vladimir Nikulin, student Alexander Gurkovsky the Faculty of Electrification in Agriculture.

The Summit was created as a platform for the exchange of experience between the student government on the development of the regional branch of the Russian youth organizations in various fields. Therefore, the event took place on 4 core sites:

- Association of student sports clubs in Russia

- Association of students and student associations in Russia

- Russian Union of Student Organizations "Science";

- Russian Student Council for the quality of education

Maria Deneva presented Agrarian University at the site of association of sports clubs, the organization of sport clubs in the universities and the format of their construction.

Vladimir Nikulin performed at the site of association of student associations, where participants identified the structure of the ACO and offered to share experiences and contacts between universities.

Alexander Gurkovsky took part in the discussion of the problems of modern science and solutions. Participants considered the organization of student scientific societies in universities and identified the main forms of support for modern science, such as the grant program "Umnik" and "START".

"Getting information, we plan to use to multiply the positive dynamics of the quality of sport, education and science in SSAU" - said Alexander.

The rector of Kabardino-Balkaria State University, Barasbi Suleimanovich Karamurzov gave a thank you letter to the rector of Stavropol State Agrarian University, Vladimir Ivanovich Trukhachev.

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