The final stage of “Etaloni – 2016” - the largest educational project with a 10-year experience was held today. The project was attended by the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia – Ms. Tamar Sanikidze, the Deputy Minister – Ms. Lia Gigauri, Tbilisi Mayor – Mr. David Narmania, and the representatives of legislative and diplomatic corps.
The winner of the national intellectual championship and "role-model student”, became a student of Batumi private school “Niké” – Anri Paghava. Anri acquired 75 points in 31.11 seconds. It should be noted that he did not refrain from any questions. Additionally, as a winner, Anri received a cash prize of 20,000 GEL.
Second place went to the the student of Kobuleti municipality, Kveda Kvirike public school – Nia Shakarashvili, who received a cash prize of 6,000 GEL. Whereas the third place went to the student of Lentekhi II public school – Gaga Gvichiani, receiving a cash prize of 4,000 GEL.
Students from all of the municipalities and (82 students and 7000 supporters) participated in the final stage of show/competition - “Etaloni 2016”
The final show/competition stage was held at the Sports palace. Today’s show was the final conclusion of 2015-2016 school year. Throughout Georgia, more than 150 games were played in order to reveal the winner.
Socio-educational media project "Etaloni" has been in the Georgian Media for 10 years, and is now not only a specific program, but also a Multi-purpose project, whose philosophy and whole concept can be fit in one slogan – “People’s idea “Etaloni” – everyone needs happiness”.
Approximately 80,000 success-oriented young individuals have taken part in the “Etaloni” project. Additionally, "Etaloni" is invented and patented in Georgia, and has no analogue in the world of the intellectual games. It is built around the theory of sentiment, based on a compilation of smart questions and an innovative system of counting points.
Since the Autumn of 2015, the creative team of “Etaloni” started a new, innovative strategy in the regions of Georgia which entails conducting the intellectual games in a non-televised format in all cities and municipalities of Georgia.