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Syria participates in the Asian Mathematics Olympiad

Damascus (ST):  Students of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad participated in the Asian Mathematics Olympiad 2021. The tests were conducted "remotely" over a period of four continuous hours at the same time in the participating countries and included high-level questions in algebra and engineering, according to Nobog Yassin, Director of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad at the Excellence and Creativity Authority, indicating that the Syrian team participated in the competitions from the Ebla Al-Sham Hotel and the Umayyad Palace for the conferences and it included 28 male and female students from different governorates.

 Yassin explained that participation in this Olympiad has a special importance, as it is based on trust and scientific honesty, as the Scientific Committee of the Asian Olympiad sends the question form to the participating countries, and in turn the Central Scientific Committee for Mathematics in the Syrian Scientific Olympiad translates the questions and prepares them to be printed and saved, and they are not disclosed until the start of the test, indicating that the Asian Olympiad is the strongest international competition after the World Olympiad, and its tests simulate the standard and style followed internationally.

The participation in the Asian Olympiad is considered an important preparatory station for the Syrian Olympiad team, as part of its preparations to participate in the World Mathematics Olympiad that will be organized by Russia next summer. During its participation in the Asian Mathematics Olympiad last year, the Syrian team achieved five bronze medals and five certificates of appreciation.


With participation of 155 students, tests for selecting global teams for Syrian Scientific Olympiad 2021 start

With the participation of 155 male and female students who were qualified from the finals of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad, the tests to select the global teams for the Syrian Scientific Olympiad 2021 in the specializations of “mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and informatics” were launched today at Ebla Hotel and Umayyad Palace for Conferences in Damascus.

A professional education development project team at the European Institute organization visits Lattakia

The Vocational and Technical Education Development Project team in the "European Institute for Cooperation and Development" visited the Education Directorate in Lattakia and met with Director of Education, Omran Abo Khalil.

The team carried out field visits to schools:

Annaba for Feminist Arts, Martyr Muhammad KamelSaleh"Feminist School", Martyr Ahmed Hassan Ahmed "Industrial Vocational School in Jableh", and spinning factories in Jableh and Lattakia.

Supporting investment in renewable energy in Syria an urgent need for production sectors: experts

Expanding investment in renewable energies in Syria is an urgent need to secure alternatives for fossil energy sources which are currently needed by different sectors of production and which are witnessing a decline as a result of the systematic destruction of energy resources by terrorists in addition to the unjust economic blockade imposed on the Syrian people. 

The Syrian University of Tarous has made significant strides in this regard. It has carried out research works relating to benefitting from all kinds of renewable energies based on studying the economic feasibility of any project, according to Dr. Maysaa Shash, Dean of the Faculty of Technical Engineering at the University.

Shash told SANA that there is an urgent need to fund alternative energy projects at the university, disseminate the culture of using this kind of energy and link between scientific studies and social situation on the ground, noting the role that can be played by the private sector and concerned ministries in this respect.

Shash attributed the lack of investment in renewable energies to the difficult conditions that resulted from the terrorist war on Syria, since this kind of investment needs courageous steps by the joint sector.

JCI in Lattakia opens nomination for TOYP Competition 2021

The  Junior Chamber  international ( JCI) in Lattakia has  opened   the nomination for the  TOYP ( Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the world ) competition 2021 during an introductory session  held  at the headquarters of the Syrian Computer Society  ( SCS) . 

The Session  included a detailed explanation  about  the competition, its categories and nomination criteria, in addition to introducing the winners’ achievements of the TOYP competition 2020  at the national level. 

President of JCI in Lattakia Nour Dali indicated in a statement to SANA that  the aim of this competition is to highlight the creative Syrian youths’ remarkable cultural, scientific, personal or voluntary achievements.