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RMG's Scholarship Holder Becomes the Winner of Educational Project "Didgoreli"

The awarding ceremony of the finalists from Mtskheta municipality within the framework of the history competition "Didgoreli" was held in the Ilia Chavchavadze Literary-Memorial Museum.

The winner became an 11th-grade student of Mtskheta public school, Mariam Vakhladadze who is also RMG's 6-month scholarship holder.

"Participating in this project was a very significant experience for me. We read a wide range of books and processed historical material. I am glad that I became a participant in the project, I got into the top five and became a winner.", noted Mariam Magaldadze.

Public schools of Mtskheta municipality got involved in the history competition "Didgoreli" in May. 120 students from sixteen schools participated in the project.

"Project of Didgoreli has already been implemented in the ninth municipality. We are glad that in Mtskheta municipality, as well as in other ones, the "Didgoreli" project aroused great interest among students and the involvement was high. It should be noted that each participant had very high results, which makes us as the representatives of "Didgoreli" delighted.", declared the author of the project, Levan Zhvania.

History competition project "Didgoreli" was founded in 2019 in Tetritskaro. The purpose of the katter is to deepen students' knowledge of the history of Georgia. Currently, the number of participants involved in the project from the public schools of Tetritskaro, Bolnisi, Dmanisi, Marneuli, Tsalki, Gardabani, Rustavi, Mestia, and now Mtskheta municipalities has exceeded 2000. "Didgoreli" is one of the well-known educational projects implemented within the framework of corporate social responsibility of RMG, which unites thousands of young students in the entire Kvemo Kartli region.

"RMG's important direction of corporate social responsibility is the support of youth, youth initiatives, and cultural-educational projects. "Didgoreli" is the most essential project for students, which helps them to get engaged with the history of Georgia better. This is the reason why we support the competition and the winner traditionally receives a six-month scholarship from RMG.", noted the representative of RMG, Giorgi Kobakhidze.