A PSU student from Uzbekistan is a finalist of the Russian National Award "Student of the Year"
From December 13 to 17, Bauman Moscow State Technical University held the finals of the Russian national award "Student of the Year", the main purpose of which is to support students from educational organizations who have special achievements in science, creativity, sports, journalism, youth policy, student leadership, social activities and volunteerism. The Prize is organized by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs, the Autonomous Non-Profit Organization "Russia - a Land of Opportunities" and the All-Russian Public Organization "Russian Union of Youth".
In 2022, the Student of the Year award has a total of 33 nominations, and the Russian National Award also includes special open tracks. In the nomination "International Student of the Year" a student of Penza State University from Uzbekistan Parizoda Abdumazhidova fought for the victory. As part of the competitive tests, the participants had to speak about themselves and their merits in the format of a public speech, pass a competency test, showing leadership qualities and the ability to work in a team, solve tests for thinking and knowledge of the culture of the peoples of Russia. The third day of testing, according to the participants, was the brightest and most interesting: the contestants had to talk about the culture, traditions and way of life of their native country.
“In my nomination, students from different countries of the world such as Algeria, Vietnam, Morocco, Jordan, Ecuador, Central Asian countries competed for the title of the best international student of the year. Each of them is smart, talented and unique. However, what struck me most of all was the respect with which they treated their opponents. We sincerely rejoiced for the victory of other participants, spent a lot of time together and became very good friends. More experienced contestants gave advice and assisted those in need. This competition gave me knowledge in many areas, unforgettable memories and wonderful friends.”
As Pavel Krasnorutsky, chairman of the Russian Union of Youth, a member of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation, noted, all participants in the final are not just the best in some areas: “These are young people with a wide range of interests, motivated to develop personally and form creative teams, to take place in the profession and be useful society. They inspire, they lead friends and peers, share their experiences. And this is their powerful driving force. And in order to multiply this force and create favorable conditions for it, the Russian national award “Student of the Year”, our large-scale competitive and educational project, has been created and is being developed.”