RNG JSC was the initiator and general sponsor of the event dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Yakut ASSR. In December, the company signed the cooperation agreement with the Future Generations Trust Fund of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and provided funding of the winners awards.
The main stage of the competition passed in the spring, but due to busy teachers’ schedule, it was decided to postpone the award ceremony to autumn and coincide it with the World Teacher's Day. 305 people applied for participation. They are teachers, coaches and teachers of secondary and general education with at least five years of experience, who have made a significant contribution to the education of the republic. The results of the competition were summed up in mid-April. 100 best representatives of their professions received awards of 100 thousand rubles. The organizers of the competition and Irina Lyubimova, the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), solemnly presented the diploma to the winners.
“The competition has found a great response from our teachers and showed how many talented and prominent representatives of this profession work in our region. Such events are not only in demand among teachers, but also give them a drive for further development. We thank RNG JSC for help and hope for further partnership”, noted Irina Lyubimova, Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).
“In our opinion, it is symbolic that the winners awarding of the competition for education workers is timed to Teacher’s Day. The harmonious and comprehensive development of the younger generation, which is called upon to determine the future of our country, depends on the talent and professionalism of teachers. RNG JSC will continue to contribute to the education sector of the region”, commented Vladimir Rakitin, General Director of RNG JSC.
The company specialists also plan to participate in the XIV Teachers and Pedagogical Community Congress of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), which will pass in the first decade of October in Yakutsk.