The Vice Prime Minister of Georgia, Minister of Education and Science Aleksandre Jejelava and Minister of Agriculture Levan Davitashvili visited the summer camp of pupils at Kachreti Vocational College. Pupils of different regions of western Georgia are resting in the camp and in parallel are mastering various professions.
The students introduced to the Ministers what they are doing during the day and what skills they have acquired. In the end, they presented a specially prepared flash mob to guests.
The Kachreti Summer Camp program envisages film shoots, familiarity with the scenery specificity, teaching of editing, photography workshops, culinary and wine bottling technology. Pupils are also involved in various intellectual, sports activities and team games. The films are shown under open air, etc.
The summer camp at Kachreti Vocational College was opened on July 10 and is one of seven locations that will receive 1,500 beneficiaries in July-September, 2017 (150 pupils per each stream).