15.03.2017 | 
Student
“PUT SENSE IN ANYTHING YOU DO”
“PUT SENSE IN ANYTHING YOU DO”
YSU Student Council organized the next seminar in the frames of the initiative “Project of Success”.

It was conducted by the lecturer at the Faculty of Philosophy and Psychology, expert in the field of education Serob Khachatryan. Today’s lecture was entitled “The Problems of Higher Education in the Republic of Armenia.”

 

In the beginning of the meeting Serob Khachatryan said that he was not going to speak about the credits and examinations.

 

“Students do not care what is written in the programs, it is important that the professor in the room is the bearer of the idea of this program,” - said the speaker.

 

He highlighted the role of the education: “Education is in a difficult situation not because of the financial problems, but it has lost its meaning.” He advised students to put sense in everything they do.

 

“It may seem strange, but I want to give you a piece of advice - do learn much,” – Mr. Khachatryan addressed the students, adding that the volume is not important, but this should be a deep and permanent process.

 

According to him, today we have a mass culture that gives man the chance to suffer less, and the most important point is that you can create something that does not yet exist: “Try to go the hard way, because it is more valuable, sustainable and lasting.”

 

Meetings on various topics in the frames of the “Project of Success” will be conducted during the whole academic year.

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