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After the resumption of practical training at vocational educational institutions, the teaching process was also resumed in auditoriums from March 15. Tamar Kitiashvili, Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia visited Ilia Tsinamdzgvrishvili College in Mtskheta Municipality and got acquainted with the educational process and the work done in response to the pandemic.
According to Tamar Kitiashvili, in order to reduce mobility, colleges leave certain components of education under remote learning, which will further contribute to maintaining a safe educational environment.
Ilia Tsinamdzgvrishvili College currently implements 19 vocational programs in mixed form of education, 14 of which are in the field of agriculture. Seven of these programs are dual, where students have the opportunity to study in a real work environment and gain practical work experience in parallel with theoretical learning.
The college operating in the village of Tsinamdzgvriantkari is the first and oldest vocational school in Georgia. The building where the original school was located is a cultural heritage site and is currently being restored. During the visit to the college, the Deputy Minister also got acquainted with the renovation works, which are in an active phase and are going uninterrupted. The historical school will soon regain its original appearance.