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[GTech]: New Project Aims to Boost IT Development in Armenia’s Shirak Province image

Microsoft Innovation Center Armenia and Gyumri Information Technology Center (GTech) recently partnered to start a new project. Boosting Technological Developments in Shirak Province is aimed at supporting the economic development of Shirak through skills enrichment geared toward the young, unemployed population, and through enhanced business development for the IT community.

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[GTech]: Friday Tech Talks at GTech Inspire IT Students image

For the 4th week in a row now Fridays have gotten a whole lot more interesting at GTech. Since September 9th, “Tech Fridays” have been host to some of the most successful representatives in Armenia's IT sphere. Speakers talk about current technological challenges in Armenia. They brainstorm possible solutions, and they share their own stories of failure and success.

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[GTech Business Channel]: Growing the IT Sphere in Nagorno-Karabakh image

In less than a year since it was established GTech Solutions LLC has already achieved some victories. One of its great partnerships of 2015 was with Artsakh State University of Nagorno-Karabakh, where GTech Solutions specialists now teach at the school’s Faculty of Information Technologies. In addition, students who study in the program also receive scholarships thanks to partial funding from the Armenian Educational Foundation, with which GTech has had a seven-year cooperation. More than 50 students started studying web programming in the program in May 2015, including database, software design, web design, planning and testing design. GTech Solutions Manager Karen Nikoghosyan, who is also involved in the program as trainer, said the program emphasizes practical work to try to support ...

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[GTech]: 2011 YPT Participant Supports GTech Students. standard

By Arpine Sargsyan Susan Ekisian, a participant on this year’s Young Professionals Trip, has decided to “adopt” a GTech student for two years. For Susan, a native of Montreal, who now lives and works in Boston, YPT was her first visit to Armenia. After visiting GTech and getting acquainted with the center’s activities, its goals and mission, she decided to make a donation in loving memory of her father Setrak Ekisian and pay for two years of tuition for 17-year-old Volodya Avetisyan. GTech thanks her profusely for this generous donation. Susan Ekisian, 2011 YPT participant supports GTech students Credit: Arpine Sargsyan

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