MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
On July 22, a working meeting of the leadership of the Kirov IPKR of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia with the director of the Kirov Institute (branch) of the Autonomous Non-Commercial Organization of Higher Education of the Moscow Humanitarian and Economic University Natalya Ashikhmina took place.
The purpose of the meeting was to get acquainted with the educational organization of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, identify promising areas of cooperation, including in the field of scientific activities, sign a cooperation agreement, during which it is planned to exchange regulatory, legal, scientific, methodological and other information, conduct joint scientific research on promising areas of science of mutual interest in the development of the UIS, the implementation of other activities in the field of education and science.
To Natalia Ashikhmina’s attention were presented educational audiences, a lecture hall, a video conference hall, a shooting range, a sports complex, an office training room for the permanent staff of the institute, a library complex.
After getting acquainted with the educational and material base of the Kirovsky IPKR of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, the heads of educational organizations discussed issues of further mutual cooperation, which, it should be noted, successfully began with the creation of design projects by the students of the Kirov Institute (branch) of the Moscow State University of Economics of design projects for the color solution of the facades of the building of the Kirovsky IPKR of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia and the interior of the recording studios.
Acting Head of the Institute Igor Ivankov expressed his gratitude to Natalya Ashikhmina for training high-level specialists. And to the students of the Department of Design of the Faculty of Humanities and Economic Sciences and Design, Semyon Goloviznin and Elena Ivonina presented letters of thanks for the creation of design projects, wishing them further success in their studies and implementation of creative plans.
At the end of the meeting, Igor Ivankov noted: “Looking ahead, I am sure that the signed agreement will contribute to the further implementation of joint projects that will bring us the expected results.”
Press service of the Kirov IPKR of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia
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