Armath technology education model to be exported to India
The Armath engineering laboratories pavilion was always crowded during the days of DigiTec 2019 technological exhibition held at Yerevan Expo Center on October 6-9.
At the opening ceremony of the exhibition, the agreement on the exporting of Armath to the Republic of India was signed in Armath pavilion. Mr. Karen Vardanyan, the Executive Director of the Union of Advanced Technology Enterprises (UATE) and Mr. Vijay Shah, a physician, business and social activist representing BattleLab India Pvt LTD, underscored the importance of such international cooperation in the field of education. Mr. Narayana Murthy, the co-founder of Infosys company which occupies the third place among the Forbes «World’s Best Regarded Companies» 2019, was present at the signing. The same day Armath pavilion also hosted the management staff of the «Mubadala» investment company.
It is worth noting that the project of the establishment of Armath engineering laboratories is initiated and implemented by the UATE. Currently, there are more than 280 Armath Engineering laboratories operating in Armenia, Artsakh and Georgia, where more than 7,500 children receive engineering education free of charge.