The network of Armath engineering laboratories continually grows: New Armath was opened in Norakert
An Armath Engineering Laboratory was opened at the Norakert cultural center, with the support of Armavir Municipality and efforts of the Union of Advanced Technology Enterprises (UATE).
Hambardzum Matevosyan, the Governor of Armavir, Argishti Mekhakyan and Narek Mkrtchyan, Parliamentarians representing the Armavir region, Karen Vardanyan, CEO of UATE were present at the opening ceremony of Armath laboratory.
In his welcome speech, Mr.Matevosyan thanked everyone who contributed to the opening of the engineering laboratory and emphasized the importance of Armath educational program for school children, considering education as a base for the solution of all major problems.
The Governor expressed his confidence that the knowledge gained at Armath will help the students to come up with new tools to solve the existing problems and contribute to the development of their community. Mr.Matevosyan mentioned that with his support number of Armath laboratories at Armavir region will increase.
At Armath the schoolchildren of Norakert and neighbouring communities will receive free engineering education and learn the basics of programming. They will get an exclusive chance to participate in various incentivizing and even business events, familiarize themselves with the members of other schools’ technological communities, work collaboratively and create innovative solutions together.
It’s noteworthy that Seda Asatryan, the coach of Norakert Armath laboratory is a graduate of Armath. She has been studying at Aygek Armath laboratory in 2013-2017, and now she is a student at the Cybernetics department of the National Polytechnic University of Armenia.
The network of Armath Engineering Laboratories continually grows. At the moment 256 laboratories are operating. We have various success stories when Armath graduates while studying at university also work.
“According to a research conducted by “Grant Thornton” 84% of Armath graduates have been admitted to universities and 39% of university students also work”, noted Karen Vardanyan, CEO of UATE.