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RST headquarters leader laid down guidelines for Penza student teams development

08:56 | 15.10.2014 | Society

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Penza, 15 October 2014. PenzaNews. Creation of students teams in the largest universities and colleges of the Penza region will help bring the youth movement to the new levels, said Mikhail Kiselev, leader of headquarters of “Russian Students’ Teams” (RST) non-governmental organization, who visited Penza this Tuesday, October 14.

RST headquarters leader laid down guidelines for Penza student teams development

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In his opinion, the regional higher education institutions are not using their full potential.

“Since there isn’t even a single academic headquarters unit, we can say that the regional higher education facilities have not updated their work yet. The four strong universities can make everything so that the regional administration would have to reckon with the student teams and listen to their opinions,” the agency interlocutor said.

Mikhal Kiselev clarified that the future plans for the development of student teams in the Penza region may include securing their positions in the higher education facilities, increasing the number of activists, improving the quality of their actions, and striving to make student headquarters in the universities and in the region in general an important part of the youth policy.

During his visit to Penza, Mikhail Kiselev held a meeting with the regional Ministry of Education officials and the leading student teams of the region in the local Youth Center.

During the meeting, the participants had an opportunity to ask the questions about the RST activities and learn about the student movement in other regions of Russia.

According to the participants, the meeting instilled pride in the activists’ minds as they learned that the Penza region students represent the largest youth organization in Russia.

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