|New technologies to be introduced in Tbilisi 189th Public School|
|April 25, 2008|
April 25, 2008
The new technology will give the school students an opportunity to better plan their career and choose their future profession.
At the first stage of the project, Business Intelligence Technologies, Microsoft’s certified partner, conducted intensive negotiations with the software giant. As a result, Tbilisi’s 189th Public School received ten Microsoft Windows official license from the company. In addition, the school has created a new modernized computer centre based on Microsoft’s technologies.
The next stage of the project involves the introduction of Armasy, a new human resource management system. The system is a joint product of BIT specialists and SMART Consulting. The two modules of the Armasy system will be introduced in the school computer center. Those modules are Electronic Questionnaire for Professional Orientation and General Ability Tests in verbal (Georgian, English), nonverbal and numeral versions.
The school administration and the other initiators of the project suppose that the project will help high school students to better choose their profession. As for the school itself, from now on it will be able to explore more precisely the cognitive its students’ cognitive abilities and their inclination to humanitarian or technical subject fields.
On April 22, the project initiators presented the project to the public. The invited guests included the Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, representatives of the Embassy of the U.S., Microsoft Corporation, People’s Bank and the strategic partners of the Tbilisi 189th Public School and its alumni. For the future, the plan is to widen the project and make the same services available to other schools in Georgia.
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