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PLEKHANOVRussian University
of Economics

Founded in 1907

Rector meeting with students in PRUE
2 October
Campus news

October 2, 2019, Rector of PRUE Victor Ivanovich Grishin met with active students of the university and discussed current issues in education, social and scientific activities.


Within an hour and a half of the meeting, the rector answered questions about the educational rating, electronic educational environment, anti-corruption policy, and the student's account.


"Now the Internet is one of the main attributes of training, which facilitates the search for information and makes it possible to quickly find out everything necessary for the study. We are working hard to ensure that our electronic educational environment develops, and you could easily get the information you need" said the rector.


During the meeting, Viktor Ivanovich said that work is underway on the participation of PRUE students in major Russian and international events, overseas internships and scientific work at the university. He reminded about the Data Science group, noting the interest of the university in the development of the "scientific vein" in students.


The rector also explained why the students cheat and told how to deal with it: "This problem is as old as the world. They always cheated and, unfortunately, continue to do so. But each of you must understand that you need to rely on your knowledge because then you will use it during your future work. Now there is a surplus of specialists of our profile in the market, but there are a few really good ones. Therefore, think before you allow someone to cheat or you start cheating. "


Answering a question about the social and educational policy of the university, Viktor Ivanovich noted that this is one of the key points of the university's mission: "Our task is not only to give you a good education but also to educate you. Those events that we carry out, including sports, are aimed precisely at that. "


At the end of the meeting, the rector highlighted the most pressing issues on which work needs to be done, thanked the students for their questions and activity, and wished them a good study.