Students of Presidential Schools become winners of the Vanda competition
Students of the Presidential Schools became prize-winners of the international competitions in Singapore in nature, physics, chemistry and biology Vanda.
Vanda is held annually for students in grades 3-11. This competition focuses on students’ ability to think critically and creatively to solve problems.
Jafarbek Arifdjanov, now in the ninth grade of the Presidential School in Tashkent, won the gold medal in the Vanda competition.
A seventh-grade student of the Presidential School in Namangan, Adiba Tojmirzaeva, won the silver medal of the Vanda competition.
Shamil Khusnullin won the bronze medal of this competition. He is now an 8th grade student at the Presidential School in Tashkent.
“On behalf of the team of the Agency for the Development of Presidential, Creative and Specialized Schools under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, I congratulate our students on this achievement. Such competitions provide a good experience for our children to prepare for international subject Olympiads. I urge all our students to study hard and actively participate in olympiads and competitions,” said Director of the Agency Sarvar Babakhodjaev.