03 February 2011, Thursday, 16:41
author: Rufina Khannanova
The all-Russian public organization “National system for development of scientific, creative and innovational activity among Russian youth “Integration” announced the beginning of the annual contest “The National Property of Russia” with the assistance of the leading Russian higher professional education institutions and Russian State Duma.
The contest is aimed at wide presentation of the results of scientific and creative activity and at reveal and support of the most promising projects, offered by talented scientists.
Students, post-graduates, pedagogues and specialists of either education or scientific institutions at the age between 14 and 30 are welcomed. The contest will consist of two stages. For participation in the first in absentia stage one has to send the pack of contest documents by e-mail within the period before February 22, 2011. The list of the necessary documents can be found on the site http://cat-scientist,narod,ru/p17.htm. The works, prepared by one or two authors are admitted.
According to the results of the first in absentia all-Russian stage the steering committee will form the program of the second final stage of the contest, the regional division of the Russian Union of Young Scientists RB reports. More detailed information about contest can be found on the abovementioned site.
The contest “The National Property of Russia” is considered annual. In 2010 the senior pupil of the secondary school N1 in the village KANDRY Tatiana Jumma and her scientific adviser — the pedagogue of culture RB Ruzilya Bakieva have presented the research work to the contest jury, marked with the first degree diploma.
Besides, the General Director of the Bashkir State Theater of opera and ballet Vladimir Richter has become a laureate of the award “National Property of Russia-2010” for “Endowment to development of modern culture, popularization of enlightener and humanitarian projects, aimed at harmonious education of youth and formation of public environment on the base of high moral values”.