17.04.2007 | 
Society
THE 4TH COURSE WAS THE FIRST
THE 4TH COURSE WAS THE FIRST
On the 17th of April the audience enjoyed the final of the Intellectual Contest "What? Where? When?" It was organized by the Faculty of International Relations of YSU.

Four lucky teams had reached the final round: they presented the 1st course of the Magistracy of the department of Political Science and the 1st, 2nd and 4th courses of the department of International Relations.

The team of the 4th course of the department of International relations took the first prize with an advantage of one point. The audience and their rivals were a little surprised for this team had not been too active before.

From the very beginning we did our best to win the contest, but even in case we had the right answer we used to be passive, - said one of the players of this team Asya Darbinyan.

YSU Student Council presented with theatre tickets all the participants and the winners got books from the series 100 Greats.

To provide the contest with fair play Student Council of the Faculty of International Relations had invited representatives from other faculties to observe the process of preparing of tasks together with the process of contest.

I invited Vardan Hovsepyan from the Faculty of Oriental Studies who agreed to prepare the questions and to hold the contest with two other students from his faculty. As for the questions prepared by Vardan and his assistants even I did not have any idea beforehand, - said Tsolak Akopyan, under whose patronage the contest was organized.


Vardan Hovsepyan had prepared 40 questions for the final round. He mentioned that he had done all himself: It took much time, but the process occurred to be a pleasant one.

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