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Seventh NIS-Russian Olympiad held in Balkans
The Russian Center of the gymnasium named after Zmay in Novi Sad and the Slavonic Society of Serbia with the support of NIS-Gazprom Neft and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Serbia held in April-May 2019 the 7th NIS-Olympiad in the Russian language for eight-year school pupils of Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Bulgaria.
Since 2017, the official partner of the Olympiad is the National Research Nizhny Novgorod State University named after N. I. Lobachevsky.
The competition consisted of two rounds – the qualifying round and the final. A qualifying round was held at each of the participating schools in early April. The students competed in solving the test received from the Russian Center in Novi Sad. One student from each school took part in the final.
Thus, the finalists were selected in five categories - by age and level of proficiency in Russian. On May 24 they took part in the final of the 7th NIS-Olympiad in the Russian language, held in the gymnasium named after Zmay in Novi Sad.
The teachers of the National Research Nizhny Novgorod State University participated in the development and testing of assignments, as well as in the work of the jury of the competition. The staff of the university conducted presentations of university educational programs, as well as textbooks in the field of teaching Russian as a foreign language for school teachers from the participating countries.
The winners of the competition were awarded with diplomas, the participants - with letters of commendation or certificates.
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