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Major Part of Employees are Graduates of Post-Soviet Education System

Major Part of Employees are Graduates of Post-Soviet Education System

Major part of the employed in Georgia has Post-Soviet education (44%). The ratio of employees with Soviet-time education accounts for 38%, while the ratio of employees with Bologna system education accounts for 18%. Higher education system has moved to Bologna Process system which is radically different from Soviet and transient …

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A New Fruit Garden was Planted at the Occupation Line

Within the framework of “United AgroProject”, Amiran Khodeli, the beneficiary of the project “Plant the Future”, planted an intensive garden of apple on 12 hectares. The fruit garden is located in village Bershueti, Gori region. Director of Agriculture Projects Management Agency Revaz Asatiani, together with Kakhaber Samkharadze, governor of Shida …

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Behind the Rise of Digital Space in Georgia

Digital space becomes more innovative and number of successful campaigns grows in Georgia day by day. There are people who looked at things in a creative way, launched Digital Creative Agency from a scratch that takes over our newsfeeds and brings international awards. Vakho Vakhtangishvili is behind that process, Executive …

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Public Transport to Run at Night in Tbilisi

Public transport will run in the nights in Tbilisi. According to Tbilisi Mayor Kakhi Kaladze, residents will have this opportunity on specific days. According to him, the City Hall is working on the concept of Tbilisi’s development of the night, which will be presented by the end of February. Mayor …

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Air Pollution is the Most Important Issue in the City According to NDI Research

According to National Democratic Institute (NDI), environmental pollution for Tbilisi residents remains the most important issue. 42% of respondents respond that environmental pollution is one of the most important issues related to improvement / infrastructure that the city suffers. According to the research organization, pollution in Tbilisi was the most …

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Georgian Short Documentary The Trader to Be Broadcast on Netflix

A Georgian short documentary The Trader / Sovdagari directed by Tamta Gabrichidze will be broadcast on Netflix starting 9 February 2018. The Trader had its premiere at the Hot Docs Documentary Film Festival 2017, where it won best short documentary award. This 23-minute film follows a man who travells by a minivan through …

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Education Ministry Revises Higher Education Funding Terms

Ministry of Education and Science plans to revise higher education funding methodology as part of the 2017-2021 strategy. Objective of the changes is to diversify a funding of higher education. Despite different real expenditures on education programs, all vouchers are of equal value. At the same time, top margin will …

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James Blunt World Tour Marks Important Day for Georgia

James Blunt in Georgia

Over 18 million copies sold worldwide – an impressive result for the well-known British singer James Blunt. His debut album, ‘Back to Bedlam’, was included in the UK top selling albums of the 2000s. In 2017, the singer released his fifth studio album ‘Afterlove’, and embarked on a world tour …

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