SITTEC participates in August teachers’ conference on “The Development Strategy for Education in Ukhta amidst the Komi Republic’s Resurrection”
On 26 August, SITTEC took part in teachers’ conference, devoted to “The Development Strategy for Education in Ukhta amidst the Komi Republic’s Resurrection”. It has become a tradition for SITTEC to participate in the conference, which is held on the eve of a new academic year with a view to supporting talented youth and encouraging the development of the city’s educational system.
The August teachers’ conference, which offers public assessment of education in Ukhta, provides for more effective management of the city’s education, as well as for appraisal of results achieved by Ukhta’s educational establishments.
Congratulatory speeches for teachers were made by S.A. Moiseeva-Arkhipova, Minister of Education and Youth Policy of the Komi Republic, G.G. Konenkov, Head of Ukhta – Chairman of Ukhta Council, M.N. Osmanov, Head of Ukhta Administration, as well as by N.A. Beznosikova, Head of the Educational Department of Ukhta Administration, N.Y. Korotkova, Deputy Head of the Educational Department of Ukhta Administration for Innovative Activities, and Doctor of Technical Sciences E.Z. Yagubov, Prorector for Education of Ukhta State Technical University.
Fifty-five students of Ukhta educational establishments were granted awards within the frames of the conference. SITTEC has been supporting education in Ukhta for more than 3 years, as part of the Cooperation Agreement between the Government of the Komi Republic and the company, regarding educational aspect as one of the principal strategic directions of social activity in Ukhta.
SITTEC Ltd., which is part of IFD Kapital Group, carries out titanium coagulant production on the basis of Yarega oil and titanium resource (the Ukhta Region, the Komi Republic, the Russian Federation). Titanium coagulant is an innovative highly effective chemical for drinking water production, and industrial and municipal wastewater treatment. The superior removal capacity of titanium coagulant is accounted for by the high adsorption capacity of titanium containing phases in the product, which has significant technical and economic advantages over other coagulants.
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