«This should be shared...» was the name of the International Contest of Illustrated Essays in the Russian language for foreign students, undergraduates, postgraduates, which was held from January 1 to February 28, 2022 by Belarusian State Economic University.
Polotsk State University was represented in this contest by Shabibi Ammanova and Dinara Khodjamyradova. And, indeed, this should be shared, because the result was good.
Representatives of 19 countries competed: Belarus, China, South Korea, Lebanon, Japan, Algeria, France, Israel, Venezuela, Vietnam, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Congo, Ecuador, Turkmenistan, Armenia, Russia, Uzbekistan. The topics covered in the essays are diverse. There were topics about nature, travel, books, drawing, tolerance, coronavirus, happiness, parents, hobbies, etiquette, etc. The jury of the contest scored the works of 48 students from 13 universities of Belarus and the near- and far-abroad countries. (According to the website http://bseu.by/russian/news/202203032.htm)
Dinara Khodjamyradova received a diploma of the 3rd degree in the individual championship (scientific supervisor - lecturer of the Department of SPh Tatiana Romanovich). The topic that Dinara revealed is the reverse side of social networking, its negative impact on people's lives. The main idea is a call not to replace an interesting, real, living life with virtual values.
Shabibi Amanova was awarded a diploma in the nomination «Connoisseur of the Russian language» (scientific supervisor - docent of the Department of SPh Natalia Nester). The topic of Shabibi's essay is vivid impressions of life in Belarus and studying in our university. It turned out to be a real ode to our favourite university.
Diploma in the nomination "Connoisseur of the Russian language" of Shabibi Amanova (photo 1).
Diploma of the 3rd degree of Dinara Khodjamyradova (photo 2).
Any competition is an interesting experience and development that will help students in their further professional activities.
We congratulate you on your victories!!!
We also want to thank the scientific supervisors - Natalia Nester and Tatiana Romanovich for the ability to motivate creativity and knowledge!
S.Liasovich, Head of the Department of Slavonic Philology
Photos by Evgenij Stasko