Makhachkala, June 2, 2014. On June 1, an industrial town was opened at Daghestan Centre for social adaptation and professional orientation, the press service of Daghestan ministry of education, science and youth policy reported RIA "Daghestan".
Center's director Magomed Isamutdinov and Daghestan minister of education Shakhabas Shakhov were the ones to cut the red tape. Shakhov said that the centre is one of the best in the republic and one of the biggest such-like centres in Russia. It encompasses a preschool educational institution, a school, a vocational school, and from this year on - an industrial town. To date, the about 830 children attend the centre. The minister especially thanked teachers supporting children with disabilities.
Shakhov also inspected all shops of the new-built industrial town. It is a complex of a print shop, a furniture shop, a joinery, a forgery, a window-making shop, and a brick and tile producing shop. This industrial town is able to employ a lot of graduates of Daghestan correctional and educational institutions.
The minister noted that opening a complex like that can help reduce the number of unemployed young men with disabilities. The building materials, furniture, printed materials, windows produced here will be in demand primarily in educational institutions.
Industrial town opened at Daghestan Centre for social adaptation and professional orientation02 June 2014 12:53 Posted in: SOCIETY Source : RIA Dagestan