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Scientific Research Project for Students

The National Archives of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia celebrates World Science Day with another scientific project. Within the framework of the 100th anniversary of the First Republic of Georgia, the National Archives starts a Scientific Research Project for the students on the theme of The First Republic of Georgia.

The project aims to develop skills of scientific research, working with archival documents and write a scientific article on the topic - First Republic of Georgia. Any student of Bachelor's and Master's level of higher education institutions accredited in Georgia can participate in the project.

Students willing to participate in the project should present the following documents before December 10:

NOTE: According to student’s wish, he will have the opportunity to continue research on the same topic at the National Archives of Georgia.

Terms of the Competition:

 

Research Terms and Result:

Two winners of the competition, with the help of the National Archives, will have the opportunity to work on the archival fonds. After a two-month study, the winner will present his work as presentation, which will be published later in electronic or printed form.

After the project, the National Archives of Georgia will award two winner students.
After completion of the project, the National Archives will award two winner students.

World Science Day for Peace and Development (10 November) was set up by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2001 and is celebrated annually. The National Archives of Georgia joint the celebration of this date for the last few years.

 

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Documents and Registration Form Please send to: info@archives.gov.ge; kasatiani@archives.gov.ge

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