Barama starts new project for school chil­dren

Azer News - - Miscellaneous -

Barama In­no­va­tion and En­trepreneur­ship Cen­ter of Az­er­cell Telecom LLC is start­ing a new project with the sup­port of PASHA Bank. The project aimed for the de­vel­op­ment of school chil­dren will be con­ducted to­gether with Azer­bai­jan Bri­tish Col­lege. Barama In­no­va­tion and En­trepreneur­ship Cen­ter will or­ga­nize spe­cial train­ing pro­grams based on the me­moran­dum of co­op­er­a­tion signed be­tween Az­er­cell and Azer­bai­jan Bri­tish Col­lege on De­cem­ber 21. The pro­gram will con­sist of three parts, namely “En­trepreneur­ship school”, “IT school” and “IT Me­dia” and will in­clude train­ing cour­ses on fun­da­men­tals of en­trepreneur­ship, suc­cess­ful star­tups and pre­sen­ta­tions, as well as basics of pro­gram­ming.

The pro­gram will also cover sup­port­ing star­tups from school to real busi­ness stage, prac­ti­cal work­shops, sum­mer/win­ter school pro­grams, or­ga­ni­za­tion of Hack­a­ton com­pe­ti­tion among school chil­dren and their par­tic­i­pa­tion in IT Olympiads train­ing cour­ses. It should be noted that Barama In­no­va­tion and En­trepreneur­ship Cen­ter will have an of­fice at school for school chil­dren un­der the co­op­er­a­tion.

In fact, Barama In­no­va­tion and En­trepreneur­ship Cen­ter held an­other project for school chil­dren a while ago. Un­der the “Cod­ing Kids – Sum­mer IT School” project, In­tro­duc­tion into IT and Com­puter Sci­ence, Cod­ing Tech­niques, Cre­at­ing Apps, Data­base, Pro­gram­ming Lan­guage C++ and other in­ter­est­ing top­ics were taught to the chil­dren dur­ing 6 weeks.

Barama In­no­va­tion and En­trepreneur­ship Cen­ter was es­tab­lished in 2009 by Az­er­cell Telecom LLC will the view to boost busi­ness in­no­va­tion and de­velop dig­i­tal and en­tre­pre­neur­ial ecosys­tem. For more in­for­ma­tion, please

con­tact The leader of the mo­bile com­mu­ni­ca­tion in­dus­try, the largest tax­payer and the big­gest in­vestor of the non-oil sec­tor of Azer­bai­jan Az­er­cell Telecom LLC was founded in 1996. With 48% share of Azer­bai­jan’s mo­bile telecom mar­ket Az­er­cell’s net­work cov­ers 80% of the ter­ri­tory (ex­clud­ing 20% of the oc­cu­pied ter­ri­to­ries) and 99,8% of pop­u­la­tion of the coun­try. Cur­rently, 4,5 mil­lion sub­scribers choose Az­er­cell ser­vices. Az­er­cell has pi­o­neered an im­por­tant num­ber of in­no­va­tions in Azer­bai­jan, in­clud­ing GSM tech­nol­ogy, ad­vance pay­ment sys­tem, mo­bile in­ter­net ser­vices, Metro cov­er­age, 24/7 call cen­tre ser­vice, 7 day/week Front Of­fice ser­vice, M2M ser­vices, one-stop­shop­ping ap­proach Az­er­cell Ex­press of­fices, On­line Cus­tomer Care and So­cial Me­dia Cus­tomer Care ser­vices, Mo­bile Cus­tomer Care of­fice, mo­bile e-sig­na­ture ser­vice “ASAN Imza” etc. Az­er­cell de­ployed first 4G – LTE ser­vices in Azer­bai­jan in 2012. Ac­cord­ing to the re­sults of mo­bile net­work qual­ity sur­veys of Global Wire­less So­lu­tions com­pany and in­ter­na­tional sys­tems spe­cial­ized in wire­less cov­er­age map­ping such as “Opensignal” and “”, Az­er­cell’s net­work demon­strated the best re­sults among the mo­bile op­er­a­tors of Azer­bai­jan. nfor­ma­tion cen­ters for tourists will be cre­ated in six points of Baku, Spokesper­son of the Na­tional Tourism Pro­pa­ganda Bu­reau Kanan Gu­luzade said on De­cem­ber 25. He noted that the work in this di­rec­tion has al­ready be­gun.

“The goal is to in­form tourists com­ing to the coun­try about the rel- evant places and to help them. Thanks to these cen­ters, tourists will be able to ob­tain spe­cific in­for­ma­tion about tourist zones in Azer­bai­jan,” Gu­luzade said.

Tourists will also talk about the prob­lems they face in the coun­try. These prob­lems will be re­ported to the rel­e­vant state body, and the Bu­reau will help to solve these prob­lems, ac­cord­ing to the spokesper­son.

Many tourists have vis­ited Azer­bai­jan, es­pe­cially its cap­i­tal Baku, dur­ing past years and their num­ber in­creases an­nu­ally. This is nat­u­ral, as Baku is among the most vis­ited cities of the CIS coun­tries.

Dur­ing the past year, Azer­bai­jan re­ceived over 2 mil­lion tourists. In gen­eral, for the past 10 years, the num­ber of tourists vis­it­ing the coun­try in­creased by five times.

As of Septem­ber 2017, as many as 1.81 mil­lion tourists vis­ited Azer­bai­jan, ac­cord­ing to the coun­try's Tourism Min­istry. With ap­prox­i­mately 1 mil­lion tourists, Rus­sia sur­passes its clos­est pur­suers Ge­or­gia and Iran in the num­ber of tourists com­ing to Azer­bai­jan.

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