Friday, February 28 2020 14:19
Alina Hovhannisyan

Extra-curricular coding courses start in three schools in Yerevan

Extra-curricular coding courses start in three schools in Yerevan

ArmInfo. Beeline Armenia and British Council in Armenia are launching "Coding skills: Bridging present and future" program, which has kicked off at Avetik Isahakyan  Yerevan High School N16 yesterday.

As the Company's press service informs, beneficiaries of the program  will attend extracurricular coding classes, aimed at developing the  students' digital and other key skills.

Implemented with support of the Armenian Ministry of Education,  Science, Culture and Sport, the program will be introduced in high  schools N170 and N97 next. In all three schools, Micro:bit systems  have been implemented in the score of the program. The schools also  received corresponding resources for the classes.

"In recent years Beeline Armenia has been making efforts to help  young people with quality digital education and career choice. I am  happy to cooperate with the British Council in this program and  receive support from the Ministry of Education. I am certain the  program will be the start of big professional achievements for many  students," said Naira Nazaryan Head of PR at Beeline Armenia.

To recall, VEON Armenia CJSC is now VEON Armenia Holdings B.V.  (Beeline trademark) is part of the VEON group of companies, which is  one of the world's largest integrated telecom operators. The group  includes communications companies providing voice and data services  based on a wide range of wireless and fixed-line technologies, as  well as broadband Internet access for subscribers in Russia, Italy,  Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Georgia,  Kyrgyzstan, Laos , Algeria, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The companies of  the group provide services under the brands Beeline, Kyivstar, Wind,  Mobilink, Banglalink and Djezzy.

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