20.12.2018 | 
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THE FACULTY OF MATHEMATIC AND PHYSISC IS THE WINNER OF “LET’S COMPETE” CONTEST
THE FACULTY OF MATHEMATIC AND PHYSISC IS THE WINNER OF “LET’S COMPETE” CONTEST
Today the “Let’s compete” program implemented by the Student Council culture commission has been summarized in YSU big hall. 10 faculties have been competing for nearly two months in cultural, educational-scientific and sport games and contests.

The goal of already traditional contest is to reveal talented students.

Accordingly, in the painting contest won the student of the Faculty of Biology Diana Chobanyan. The best photos were made by the student of the Faulcty of Economics and Management Alyona Hovhannisyan.

Drama speech and actor’s skills were best presented by the student of theFaulcty of law Gohar Avagyan.

The winner in the folk dance contest is the student of the Faculty of mathematics and Physics Movses Srapyan.

The student of the Faculty of history Seda Tevanyan became the winner in folk song contest.

In the free style dance contest won two students-the student of the Faculty of Law Yeghegni Babayan and the student of the Faculty of Romance-Germanic Philoogy tatev Hovhanisyan.

In free style dance contest won the student of the Faculty of Romance-Germanic Philology Sona Gyulkhasyan.

The student of the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics won the highest scores became the winner of “Let’s compete” contest.

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