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Khachatur Marozyan: corruption in Armenian universities terrifying

PanARMENIAN.Net - Lawyers and Psychologists Association NGO surveys have shown that in 2008 corruption was more common for State Universities and central schools of Yerevan, rather than for uptown schools.

"Corruption in Armenian Universities assumes terrifying forms, and unhealthy relations between teachers and students present a serious threat to effective education and reforms in this area. Tutors take unprofessional attitude towards students," Lawyers and Psychologists Association President Khatchatur Marozyan noted.

To eliminate corruption, the OGO has created anticorruption auditoriums in Universities, to organize meetings and discussions between tutors and students outside educational process.

According to Khatchatur Marozyan, the organization has already addressed to RA Ministry of Education and received an endorsement to undertake struggle against corruption in schools and universities.
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