Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and Academy of the
Ministry of Internal Affairs are carrying out a joint project ‘’Study the
History, Become a Researcher’’. Today, Lia Gigauri, deputy minister of
Education and Science of Georgia and Shalve Khutsishvili, deputy minister of
Internal Affairs presented the project.
The project goals:
- To make the
materials of recent history of Georgia already available for public in the
archive of the Ministry of Internal Affairs interesting to not only to the
professional researchers, but also to the young people.
- At the stage of
general education and higher education, facilitate development of specific
research skills, creative thinking and the skill of working on the source among
children and students.
- On the basis of
studying the original sources, realize research opportunities of the recent
history of their own country.
materials maintained in the MoIA archive.
The project will start in March and at the first stage, five
groups will participate in it. Five
public schools and five students of the Bachelor’s course will be selected in
Tbilisi. In the process of working with archive materials, each group will be
provided with equal conditions. At the final stage, all five groups will
present a scientific work. The winner will be revealed by a special commission
structured by the representatives of MoIA, MoES, Academy of the Ministry of
Internal Affairs, Archive of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, historians and
an independent expert.
Three finalists will be revealed through the competition, each group
will receive some presents and the winner three groups will be awarded with
special prizes. The winner report will be published in the magazine of Archive
of the Ministry of Internal Affairs – Archive Moambe. In the course of project
implementation, 5-10 documentary videos will be prepared.