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The scientific and methodological seminar "How to teach Russian" was held at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno

The event, aimed at developing the main vectors in teaching Russian language to foreign citizens, took place on June 22 and was held in the form of a round table with reports and subsequent discussion.

The online seminar brought together more than 30 participants, 9 of them are scientists and experts from the Institute of Russian Studies and Oriental Studies of the University of Gdansk (Poland), Georgetown University (United States of America), as well as the universities of Grodno. The focus is on the establishment of international relations, the development of the main directions of educational, scientific, methodological and research work for the training of foreign specialists at universities of the country and abroad, the development of a joint program of cooperation with universities and departments of Russian as a foreign language, as well as the popularization of education of Kupala university.

The seminar discussed a wide range of substantive and organizational issues of teaching Russian to foreign citizens. Within the framework of the problem field of the scientific seminar, strategies for the development of teaching Russian, the practice of teaching Russian as a foreign language in Belarus and abroad, as well as traditions and innovations in the methodology of teaching Russian as a foreign language were considered. Particular attention was paid to the aspect of socio-cultural adaptation in learning, as well as online learning.

Summing up the results of the seminar, the speakers noted that such a format of work is necessary for the successful development of a methodological school for teaching Russian as a foreign language.

The event was organized by the Department of Language Training of Belarusian and Foreign Citizens of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

Potential applicants from abroad were told about the advantages of studying at Kupala University

A career guidance meeting with citizens of the Democratic Republic of the Congo was held at the Faculty of History, Communication and Tourism at Yanka Kupala State University.

Foreign applicants who plan to receive higher education in Grodno with a degree in Tourism and Hospitality were able to ask questions about their future profession to the teachers of the Department of Tourism and Cultural Heritage of Kupala University. In addition, they had the opportunity to communicate with foreign students who study at the Faculty of History, Communication and Tourism, as well as with this year's alumni. The students shared their impressions of how the training proceeds, how the interaction between teachers and students is established, what opportunities open up for students at the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno. The applicants were also interested in the prospects of participation in international student exchange programs.

For potential applicants, they conducted an excursion around the academic building of the Faculty of History, Communication and Tourism and told how much attention is paid to security issues at the university. The organizers of the career guidance event emphasized that at Yanka Kupala State University, great attention is paid to supporting gifted and talented youth, while every student can realize their potential in studies, creativity and sports. With regard to advice on admission, the staff of the Department of Tourism and Cultural Heritage noted that they are ready to provide applicants with all the necessary information at any time.

The Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno was visited by a delegation of the North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosova, Yakutsk, Russian Federation

At the official meeting, which took place on June 11, representatives of two universities - Yanka Kupala State University and the North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosov - discussed topical areas of cooperation, including in the field of physical culture and sports.

The meeting was attended by the vice-rector for educational activities of the North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosova Alexey Golikov, Deputy Director of the Institute of Physical Culture and Sports for Research Nikita Nikiforov, Deputy Director of the Institute of Physical Culture and Sports for Academic Affairs Afanasy Sergin.

Kupala University was represented by Vice-Rector for Educational Work Vasily Senko, Head of the Education Internationalization Center Elena Belokoz, Dean of the Faculty of Physical Culture Vitaly Khramov and Head of the Department of Sports Disciplines Andrey Navoichik.

During the meeting, the main attention was paid to the development of cooperation in the field of physical culture and sports. Dean of the Faculty of Physical Education Vitaly Khramov expressed interest in joint activities with the North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosov in the field of academic interaction, research and project work. In particular, he noted several points of contact associated with the search for effective ways of physical education and sports training of students.

On the educational activities of the North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosov was told by Vice-Rector Alexey Golikov. In his speech, he noted the main purpose of the visit related to the discussion of the cooperation program, within the framework of which it is planned to invite scientists from Kupala University to participate in the work of the new dissertation council in the field of physical culture and sports.

In addition, Nikita Nikiforov, Deputy Director of the Institute of Physical Culture and Sports for Research and Development, emphasized the possibility of joint participation in grants, research, joint development of online courses, and the development of online education.

At the end of the meeting, the directions for the development of joint activities of the two universities were announced, in particular, in the design of joint educational programs with the issuance of two diplomas; conducting joint research projects in various areas; exchange of employees for internships; mutual participation in specialized summer and winter schools; as well as in the field of joint project activities.

For reference: the North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosov is a diversified federal university in Yakutsk, the largest higher educational institution in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the Chukotka Autonomous region. The University has a developed infrastructure of the scientific and educational complex, modern equipment for the development of fundamental and applied research. The university has about 20,000 students. The number of teaching staff (PPP) at the parent university and branches is 1200 people.

Student of the Faculty of Pre-University Training of Kupala University is the Winner of the I International Olympiad in Russian as a Foreign Language

Guilherme Santos Marquez da Silva represented Kupala University at the International Olympiad in Minsk.
175 foreign students from 34 countries took part in the I International Olympiad in Russian as a Foreign Language: students of preparatory departments, students, undergraduates, postgraduates studying Russian as a foreign language. These are representatives of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Brazil, Vietnam, Germany, Georgia, Congo, Egypt, India, Jordan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Cameroon, Cyprus, China, Cote d'Ivoire, Lebanon, Maldives, Mongolia, Pakistan, Palestine, Poland, Korea, Moldova, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Ecuador. Until this year, the intellectual competition was held at the republican level among foreigners only from Belarusian higher educational institutions. The translation of the Olympiad into the online format made it possible to expand the geography of the participants and give the Olympiad an international status.
The participants had to go through two qualifying stages and the final. All competition tasks were united by the theme "Russian language - the way to mutual understanding and harmony". At the first stage, the contestants prepared a monologue-presentation on the themes “I and the Russian language” and “I and Belarus”. The second round included an online test on vocabulary, grammar of the Russian language and creative work. In the final competition, the students presented to the jury an oral spontaneous presentation on the proposed topic.
The winner of the I International Olympiad in Russian as a Foreign Language was the representative of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno - student of the pre-university training faculty Guilherme Santos Marquez da Silva. The head of the department of language training of Belarusian and foreign citizens of the faculty of pre-university training Inna Samoilova prepared the contestant for the Olympiad.

Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno takes part in the XXVII International Forum on Information and Communication Technologies "TIBO-2021"

At the exhibition in Minsk, Kupala University presents its own innovative developments in the field of information technology.

At the International Forum "TIBO-2021" Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno presents about a dozen innovative developments. Among them are several electronic services. In particular, the exhibition presents a digital system of interaction with potential applicants at the stages of career guidance and admission to the university, including such an electronic service as the "Digital Office of the Applicant". In addition, an automated control system for organizing foreign business trips has been created and is successfully operating at the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno. The corresponding electronic service for supporting international activities "Academic Mobility" was also included in the exposition of the university at the forum "TIBO-2021".

The Kupala University representatives share their experience in creating an automated system for comprehensive accounting and analysis of students' achievements in educational, scientific and educational work, and demonstrate the most interesting start-up projects created in the Projects and Startups Studio using information technologies in business and education. In addition, the exhibition features modern technologies for processing and analyzing information, automated control systems for spectral measurements, developed by scientists from Yanka Kupala State University, as well as a presentation of the university's international projects related to the development of educational technologies and distance learning.

TIBO is a unique platform for the exchange of international best practices related to the introduction of trends in the field of information technology in the economy, business, science, education and other spheres of society. More than 140 organizations from Belarus, Azerbaijan, Germany, Kazakhstan, China, Russia, Uzbekistan and other countries take part in the XXVII International Forum on Information and Communication Technologies "TIBO-2021", which takes place on June 1-4 in Minsk.

 

In Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno were signed agreements on international cooperation with two universities of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Rector of Urgench State University Bakhrom Abdullaev and Rector of Karakalpak State University Akhmet Reymov paid an official visit to Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

         A delegation from the Republic of Uzbekistan, consisting of representatives of two institutions of higher education, arrived in Grodno at the invitation of the Yanka Kupala State University. As the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Yury Bialykh noted, it was YKSUG that initiated the establishment of mutually beneficial contacts with Urgench and Karakalpak State Universities. Potential partners were offered a study visit to Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno in order to substantively discuss promising areas for further interaction in the field of education, science and upbringing of students.

         The visit of the delegation from Uzbekistan began with an official event with the participation of the rector of the Yanka Kupala State University Irina Kiturko. During the round table meeting, heads of universities presented their educational institutions and told in what directions they see further cooperation.

         «At the moment, the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno has concluded more than 200 agreements on international cooperation. Yanka Kupala State University interacts with the universities of the Republic of Uzbekistan within the framework of 8 agreements. oint educational program for the training of specialists with a higher education of the I stage with the Tashkent State University of Law in the specialty "International Law" according to the "3 + 1" scheme, a joint educational program for the "2 + 2" scheme for the training of specialists with higher education of the I stage Karshi State University with a degree in Applied Mathematics - are being successfully implemented. » said Irina Kiturko.

         Work in this direction continues, said the rector of YKSUG. Recently, an agreement was signed on joint educational programs for training specialists with higher education of the I stage with Kokand State Pedagogical Institute named after Mukimi in four specialties: "Applied Mathematics", "Bioecology", "Psychology" and "Fine Arts and Computer Graphics". At the moment, a joint educational program is being designed with Karshi State University for the training of specialists with higher education of the II stage in the specialty "Computer engineering (programmable complexes, systems and services)".

         During an official event at Yanka Kupala State University, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs of Yanka Kupala State University Yury Bialykh drew the attention of participants of the dialogue to the development of potential related to tourism.

         «I want to note that the first student from Uzbekistan who entered our university chose the specialty "Tourism and Hospitality", and here we see great potential. Our regions are attractive for tourists. On the territory of the Grodno region, 80 percent of the entire historical and cultural heritage of the Republic of Belarus is concentrated. » said Yury Bialykh

         Vice-Rector for Science at YKSUG Yury Ramanouski, in turn, noted that a strong mathematical school has been created at our university. And here Yanka Kupala State University could also find points of contact with Urgench State University, the rector of which named good preparation of students in mathematical specialties among the advantages of his educational institution. In addition, the participants of the meeting expressed their interest in the implementation of joint projects in research activities.

`        Summarizing what was said, the participants of the event agreed that there are many prospects for cooperation between universities, but it is necessary to highlight the main aspects on which the partners will have to focus in the near future. The meeting ended with the signing of agreements on international cooperation between Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Urgench State University, as well as Karakalpak State University.

         Discussion of promising areas of mutually beneficial cooperation continued on the basis of Science and Technology Park of Yanka Kupala State University. A tour of the Technopark was organized for representatives of the delegation from the Republic of Uzbekistan, during which residents talked about their activities and innovative projects. There was also a presentation of Studio of Projects and Startups of YKSUG. Then the delegation from the Republic of Uzbekistan took part in the seminar "On the scientific and educational activities of the departments."

         Reference information:

         Urgench State University has 11 faculties, 36 departments, in which bachelors and masters are trained in 58 educational areas and 27 specialties. More than 16 thousand students study at the university, the teaching staff is 677 people. Urgench State University is actively involved in Erasmus + projects, collaborating with such universities as University of Aquila (Italy), University of Porto (Portugal), University of Keele (England), University of Padua (Italy), University of Cantabria (Spain) and  Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences (Germany).

         Karakalpak State University is one of the leading institutions of higher education in Uzbekistan. Training of young personnel is carried out in 49 bachelor's areas and 24 master's specialties. The university has 48 Doctors of sciences and professors, more than 200 PhD and associate professors. Karakalpak State University develops partnerships with more than 100 largest universities, takes part in educational programs TEMPUS, ERASMUS MUNDUS, ERASMUS + within the European Commission.

 

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    In Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno were signed agreements on international cooperation with two universities of the Republic of Uzbekistan

    Rector of Urgench State University Bakhrom Abdullaev and Rector of Karakalpak State University Akhmet Reymov paid an official visit to Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

             A delegation from the Republic of Uzbekistan, consisting of representatives of two institutions of higher education, arrived in Grodno at the invitation of the Yanka Kupala State University. As the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Yury Bialykh noted, it was YKSUG that initiated the establishment of mutually beneficial contacts with Urgench and Karakalpak State Universities. Potential partners were offered a study visit to Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno in order to substantively discuss promising areas for further interaction in the field of education, science and upbringing of students.

             The visit of the delegation from Uzbekistan began with an official event with the participation of the rector of the Yanka Kupala State University Irina Kiturko. During the round table meeting, heads of universities presented their educational institutions and told in what directions they see further cooperation.

             «At the moment, the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno has concluded more than 200 agreements on international cooperation. Yanka Kupala State University interacts with the universities of the Republic of Uzbekistan within the framework of 8 agreements. oint educational program for the training of specialists with a higher education of the I stage with the Tashkent State University of Law in the specialty "International Law" according to the "3 + 1" scheme, a joint educational program for the "2 + 2" scheme for the training of specialists with higher education of the I stage Karshi State University with a degree in Applied Mathematics - are being successfully implemented. » said Irina Kiturko.

             Work in this direction continues, said the rector of YKSUG. Recently, an agreement was signed on joint educational programs for training specialists with higher education of the I stage with Kokand State Pedagogical Institute named after Mukimi in four specialties: "Applied Mathematics", "Bioecology", "Psychology" and "Fine Arts and Computer Graphics". At the moment, a joint educational program is being designed with Karshi State University for the training of specialists with higher education of the II stage in the specialty "Computer engineering (programmable complexes, systems and services)".

             During an official event at Yanka Kupala State University, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs of Yanka Kupala State University Yury Bialykh drew the attention of participants of the dialogue to the development of potential related to tourism.

             «I want to note that the first student from Uzbekistan who entered our university chose the specialty "Tourism and Hospitality", and here we see great potential. Our regions are attractive for tourists. On the territory of the Grodno region, 80 percent of the entire historical and cultural heritage of the Republic of Belarus is concentrated. » said Yury Bialykh

             Vice-Rector for Science at YKSUG Yury Ramanouski, in turn, noted that a strong mathematical school has been created at our university. And here Yanka Kupala State University could also find points of contact with Urgench State University, the rector of which named good preparation of students in mathematical specialties among the advantages of his educational institution. In addition, the participants of the meeting expressed their interest in the implementation of joint projects in research activities.

    `        Summarizing what was said, the participants of the event agreed that there are many prospects for cooperation between universities, but it is necessary to highlight the main aspects on which the partners will have to focus in the near future. The meeting ended with the signing of agreements on international cooperation between Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Urgench State University, as well as Karakalpak State University.

             Discussion of promising areas of mutually beneficial cooperation continued on the basis of Science and Technology Park of Yanka Kupala State University. A tour of the Technopark was organized for representatives of the delegation from the Republic of Uzbekistan, during which residents talked about their activities and innovative projects. There was also a presentation of Studio of Projects and Startups of YKSUG. Then the delegation from the Republic of Uzbekistan took part in the seminar "On the scientific and educational activities of the departments."

             Reference information:

             Urgench State University has 11 faculties, 36 departments, in which bachelors and masters are trained in 58 educational areas and 27 specialties. More than 16 thousand students study at the university, the teaching staff is 677 people. Urgench State University is actively involved in Erasmus + projects, collaborating with such universities as University of Aquila (Italy), University of Porto (Portugal), University of Keele (England), University of Padua (Italy), University of Cantabria (Spain) and  Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences (Germany).

             Karakalpak State University is one of the leading institutions of higher education in Uzbekistan. Training of young personnel is carried out in 49 bachelor's areas and 24 master's specialties. The university has 48 Doctors of sciences and professors, more than 200 PhD and associate professors. Karakalpak State University develops partnerships with more than 100 largest universities, takes part in educational programs TEMPUS, ERASMUS MUNDUS, ERASMUS + within the European Commission.

     

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      Rector of Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute Botir Usmonov visited Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno (VIDEO ADDED)

      During the visit on April 28, the prospects for cooperation on the implementation of joint educational programs were discussed.

      The visit of Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute management to the YKSUG took place less than two months after the conclusion of an agreement on cooperation between the universities. The document was signed on March 4, 2021 during the visit of the Belarusian delegation to the Republic of Uzbekistan, in which YKSUG was represented by Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Yury Bialykh. Preliminary agreements were reached on joint scientific research on areas of mutual interest, the projecting and implementation of joint educational programs, on the organization and conduct of internships for teachers and students of Tashkent Chemical-Technology Institute at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno. 

      The discussion of the agreements that have already been achieved continued during the visit to the University of Partners from Uzbekistan. As part of a small delegation were the Rector of Tashkent Chemical-Technology Institute, the Usmonov Botir, as well as the Head of Department of the Double Degree, Anvar Shernaev. Usmonov Botir drew attention to the fact that in Uzbekistan, in recent years, great attention is paid to the field of education. At the same time, he emphasized his interest in more detailed familiarization with the achievements of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno in the field of education, science, as well as commercialization of scientific activities.

      «We are interested in your work experience. Therefore, we strive to build good relationships, establish mutually beneficial cooperation with universities of the Republic of Belarus, because the scientific potential of your country is very high. However, we have similar sectors of the economy. And our countries cooperate at the highest level in various directions - chemical industry, mechanical engineering, food and humanitarian sphere, culture. I am confident that academic mobility, exchange of teachers, methodology support will be useful to both states. » noted Botir Usmonov.

      The Rector of YKSUG, Irina Kiturko, agreed that cooperation with Uzbekistan becomes a strategic and priority direction for the establishments of Belarus.

      «We already have experience working with universities in Uzbekistan. The first cooperation agreement was concluded with Tashkent State Transport University in 2009. To date, there are already 8 such agreements. I would like to note that 4 of them were signed last year. The vectors of cooperation are very wide. First of all, these are academic mobility programs for students and university staff. This is the Visiting Professor program, joint training of specialists, joint educational programs. » Irina Kurturko shared. 

      Irina Kiturko also noted that at the moment at the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, joint educational programs are being implemented to train specialists of Undergraduate education with Tashkent State University of Law, specializing in «International Law», as well as with Karshi State University, specializing in «Applied Mathematics». An agreement is being developed on joint educational programs for training specialists of Undergraduate education with Kokand State Pedagogical Institute named after Mukimi in four specialties: «Applied Mathematics», «Bioecology», «Psychology» and «Fine Arts and Computer Graphics».

      In turn, representatives of Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute expressed interest in the implementation of a joint educational program in the specialty «Foodstuff Production and Catering Management. » Moreover, they drew attention to the fact that they are ready to conduct a dialogue both on the joint training of specialists of Undergraduate education, and on the possibility of implementing joint educational programs at the level of secondary specialized education.

      «Indeed, Technological College is a part of both Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute. We are also interested in establishing mutually beneficial cooperation between our colleges. » rector of YKSUG Irina Kiturko continued the topic.

      The director of Technological College of Yanka Kupala  State University of Grodno Andrey But, Dean of the Faculty of Biology and Ecology Alexander Karevsky, Head of the Department of Technology, Physiology and Nutritional Hygiene Natalia Bashun also took part in the discussion of possible areas of cooperation. After the negotiations were over, the guests were given an excursion around the university, as well as around the city with a visit to OJSC «Molochny Mir». In the near future, the delegation of YKSUG plans to visit Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute with a return visit.

       

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        Rector of Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute Botir Usmonov visited Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno (VIDEO ADDED)

        During the visit on April 28, the prospects for cooperation on the implementation of joint educational programs were discussed.

        The visit of Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute management to the YKSUG took place less than two months after the conclusion of an agreement on cooperation between the universities. The document was signed on March 4, 2021 during the visit of the Belarusian delegation to the Republic of Uzbekistan, in which YKSUG was represented by Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Yury Bialykh. Preliminary agreements were reached on joint scientific research on areas of mutual interest, the projecting and implementation of joint educational programs, on the organization and conduct of internships for teachers and students of Tashkent Chemical-Technology Institute at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno. 

        The discussion of the agreements that have already been achieved continued during the visit to the University of Partners from Uzbekistan. As part of a small delegation were the Rector of Tashkent Chemical-Technology Institute, the Usmonov Botir, as well as the Head of Department of the Double Degree, Anvar Shernaev. Usmonov Botir drew attention to the fact that in Uzbekistan, in recent years, great attention is paid to the field of education. At the same time, he emphasized his interest in more detailed familiarization with the achievements of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno in the field of education, science, as well as commercialization of scientific activities.

        «We are interested in your work experience. Therefore, we strive to build good relationships, establish mutually beneficial cooperation with universities of the Republic of Belarus, because the scientific potential of your country is very high. However, we have similar sectors of the economy. And our countries cooperate at the highest level in various directions - chemical industry, mechanical engineering, food and humanitarian sphere, culture. I am confident that academic mobility, exchange of teachers, methodology support will be useful to both states. » noted Botir Usmonov.

        The Rector of YKSUG, Irina Kiturko, agreed that cooperation with Uzbekistan becomes a strategic and priority direction for the establishments of Belarus.

        «We already have experience working with universities in Uzbekistan. The first cooperation agreement was concluded with Tashkent State Transport University in 2009. To date, there are already 8 such agreements. I would like to note that 4 of them were signed last year. The vectors of cooperation are very wide. First of all, these are academic mobility programs for students and university staff. This is the Visiting Professor program, joint training of specialists, joint educational programs. » Irina Kurturko shared. 

        Irina Kiturko also noted that at the moment at the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, joint educational programs are being implemented to train specialists of Undergraduate education with Tashkent State University of Law, specializing in «International Law», as well as with Karshi State University, specializing in «Applied Mathematics». An agreement is being developed on joint educational programs for training specialists of Undergraduate education with Kokand State Pedagogical Institute named after Mukimi in four specialties: «Applied Mathematics», «Bioecology», «Psychology» and «Fine Arts and Computer Graphics».

        In turn, representatives of Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute expressed interest in the implementation of a joint educational program in the specialty «Foodstuff Production and Catering Management. » Moreover, they drew attention to the fact that they are ready to conduct a dialogue both on the joint training of specialists of Undergraduate education, and on the possibility of implementing joint educational programs at the level of secondary specialized education.

        «Indeed, Technological College is a part of both Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute. We are also interested in establishing mutually beneficial cooperation between our colleges. » rector of YKSUG Irina Kiturko continued the topic.

        The director of Technological College of Yanka Kupala  State University of Grodno Andrey But, Dean of the Faculty of Biology and Ecology Alexander Karevsky, Head of the Department of Technology, Physiology and Nutritional Hygiene Natalia Bashun also took part in the discussion of possible areas of cooperation. After the negotiations were over, the guests were given an excursion around the university, as well as around the city with a visit to OJSC «Molochny Mir». In the near future, the delegation of YKSUG plans to visit Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute with a return visit.

         

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          VI Berkovsky readings "Book culture in the context of international contacts" were held at Yanka Kupala State University

          The international scientific forum, which was held jointly by the Academy of Sciences of Belarus and the Academy of Sciences of the Russian Federation, brought together over 150 participants - bibliologists, historians, philologists and sociologists.

          On the first day, at the opening of the VI Berkovsky Readings, a greeting to the forum participants was read by Chairman of the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Head of the International Association of Academies of Sciences Vladimir Gusakov, as well as President of the Russian Academy of Sciences Alexander Sergeev. Then the rector of Yanka Kupala State University Irina Kiturko addressed the scientists who had gathered within the walls of Kupala University and also joined the online conference with a welcoming speech.

          - It is a great pride to receive the participants of such a high scientific forum within the walls of our university, - said Irina Kiturko. - It is difficult to overestimate the importance of books and book culture in the fate of every nation. And, of course, the topic “Book culture in the context of international contacts” is especially relevant today. I wish all forum participants to enjoy communicating with other scientists, representatives of different countries, as well as fruitful work and success in your further research activities!

          The VI Berkovsky Readings began with a plenary session, after which the participants began to work in sections. For two days, scientists discussed the symbiosis of book and electronic cultures, the socio-cultural aspect of reading in modern society and historical retrospective, as well as current trends in library, museum and archival activities.

          Nikolai Grinko, director of the Yanka Kupala Yanka State University Scientific Library, said that the Berkovsky Readings are a brand conference for Belarus, which is held annually in different cities of our republic.

          - The book gives knowledge, thanks to the book a person has the opportunity to develop, improve and become a real professional in his field, - said Nikolai Grinko. - The thematic field of the conference, as always, is quite wide. I would especially like to emphasize that within the framework of the VI Berkovsky Readings, which are held in the youth capital of Belarus - in Grodno, there is a section “Book culture in youth research”.

          The international scientific conference, founded in honor of Pavel Naumovich Berkov, a Soviet literary critic, bibliographer, bibliologist and literary historian, is held under the auspices of the International Association of Academies of Sciences. Scientists and leading specialists from academies of sciences, institutions of higher education, museums, archives, libraries of Belarus, Russia, Lithuania, Ukraine, France, Czech Republic, China took part in the forum in Grodno.

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