The competition of scientific projects among 11th grade students, which started last week at Zhubanov University, has ended. The winners in 12 areas were awarded certificates providing the opportunity to study at the university for free. The competition of scientific projects among 11th grade students, which started last week at Zhubanov University, has ended. The winners in 12 areas were awarded certificates providing the opportunity to study at the university for free.
Young researchers defended projects in the following areas: technology, geography, music and choreography, design, history, chemistry, physics, mathematics, foreign languages, etc. For example, Kamila Maksurova presented a project in the field of geography and tourism, the girl made a report on the development of tourism in the village of Kayindysai and shared her thoughts on the development of rural economy. Artem Golovanov presented a research paper on the meaning of handwriting, and Salamat Arystanov — on energy and energy efficiency. The winners also touched upon the development of rural schools, the presentation of the Kazakh kui to the world, the fight against terrorism, etc.
In total, about 160 scientific papers were accepted for the competition. Among the participants were high school students from the districts of Aktobe region, schools of our city, as well as Taraz, Turkestan, Kyzylorda regions. The projects were defended online and offline.
The grant holders were:
Nurai Utemisova (School No. 7, Emba)Artyom Golovanov and Sayat Bakytzhanov (Aschylysay school)Bekbol Baktybayev (Kandyagash OSH)Farida Zhanbolat (School No. 66 named after Sh. Kudaiberdy)Nursultan Abdilkadyrov (Bilim-Innovation Lyceum)Alina Uzhraeva (Khlebodarovskaya OSH)Salamat Arystanov (Martuk school No. 4)Anargul Serikkali (Sh. Bersiev Secondary School of the Wilsky district)Kamila Maksurova (Marzhanbulak Secondary School)Amirkhan Orazbayev (Secondary school-Gymnasium No. 55)Alina Tlegenova (School No. 60)
In addition to the grant, students who took second and third places are provided with discounts on tuition of 50% and 35% upon admission to the university.