03.07.2009 | 
Education
GOOD COOPERATION �GOOD JOB!
GOOD COOPERATION �GOOD JOB!
A special training in the area of designing and testing of electronic schemes is held at YSU IT Center by Virage Logic.

It is called to preserve mental property. Deputy Director and senior scientist of Virage Logic Yervand Zoryan had come today to see the process, as only positive result is expected by them.

The training was launched on the 29th of June and be over on the 21st of July. Attestation will be held in the end and the certificates of corresponding qualification will be given to the attendees according to the results of their tests. Two best students will be provided with an opportunity to get a position in Virage Logic.

The courses are held by highly qualified specialists from Virage Logic. The scholars here represent not only YSU faculties of Informatics and Applied Mathematics and Radiophysics, but also other HEI. It must be mentioned that some specialists also attend this training together with students, as they also want to increase their level of knowledge.

Several stages must be passed to participate in this training. First, resume must be presented after the announcement is made, then the selected participants are invited for an interview and the final group is being formed. Eight scholars study free of charge, the others pay 500 AMD for each hour. Each lesson lasts for 4 hours: 2 hours are for theory and 2 hours are allocated for the practice.

Each of the students must design projects to call them to life in the end of the training. The required technical means for the practical lessons are provided by Virage Logic.

We sign an agreement with any of the organizations and the students make projects for it. This also provides with a possibility to get this or that position just in this organization. We must do our best for our specialists to be demanded in this or that area for them to have an opportunity to choose their areas of occupation. This will be one of our most important achievements,-said YSU Information Technologies Educational and Research Center Director Samvel Shukuryan.

The next stage of these courses is expected in autumn.

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