The Awarding Ceremony of the Winners of “Best Student 2022” Competition was held
The awarding ceremony of the “Best Student 2022” competition was held yesterday at the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of the Republic of Armenia, which was attended by Minister Zhanna Andreasyan, Deputy Minister Artur Martirosyan, rectors and students.
33 students were announces as winners in the competition for nominal scholarships to students with the best academic performance in Armenian universities. 13 students came first in the “Best Student” competition, receiving a scholarship of AMD 458.000 each. Twelve students who took the second prize received AMD 348.000 and finally, the eight third-prize winners received AMD 233.000. The competition was held in the following fields: Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Armenology (Armenian Studies), Humanities, Medicine, Engineering, Culture and Sports, in intra-university and inter-university (republic) stages and under bachelor’s and master’s educational programs. Arman Harutyunyan, a 2nd-year student of the “Computer Graphics” master’s educational program of the State Academy of Fine Arts of Armenia and Seda Vardanyan, a 2nd-year student of the “Decorative Applied Arts” bachelor’s educational program from the Dilijan branch, took the 1st and 3rd places, respectively, in the field of culture and sports.
Congratulating the best students of the country, the minister emphasized that the prize is a reason for pride, but at the same time it is binding. Zhanna Andreasyan said that she was also awarded the title of “The Best Student of the Year” while she was studying at university. “You realize that you can be an example for other students. you feel a great responsibility for your behaviour which should be typical of the best student. Each of us chooses to value the importance of this award. How you will use this small success on the way to big success depends on your personal and individual perception of the prize. The award will also give you confidence. It is not only an assessment of knowledge, but also an assessment of you as a citizen, which is one of the important components of this competition,” she noted. The minister wished that the victory be an incentive for the students to move forward and have new achievements in their career paths. “I’m sure that each of you has already proved that the results of today’s competition are not accidental and unfair. I hope you will continue in the same spirit,” Zhanna Andreasyan said.