65,000 students have been provided with discount cards

Within the framework of “Azerbaijan youth in 2011-2015” State Program 65,000 students have been provided with student discount cards. The young people owning these cards are able to make purchases at different entertainment centers and computer shops with 5-50 percent discounts.

In his interview to “ICTnews” online news service the chairman of the Azerbaijan Student Youth Organizations’ Union Shahin Ismayilov said that along with discount cards the students were provided with the single catalog of facilities where student cards can be used. In addition to that, “187” telephone hot line was created in order to obtain additional information and solve various problems regarding the use of cards. Note that following the Azerbaijan Student Youth Organizations’ Union’s proposal, the “Azerbaijan Student Card” project was included in the State Youth Program.

The project is now being jointly implemented by the Azerbaijan Student Youth Organizations’ Union, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Ministry of Education and the “Khazar” Investment Centre.

Views: 11706

©ictnews.az. All rights reserved.

Facebook Google Favorites.Live BobrDobr Delicious Twitter Propeller Diigo Yahoo Memori MoeMesto

01 June 2020

31 05 2020

Swedish operators launch 5G networks

Swedish telcos Telia and Tele2 have announced the launch of 5G commercial networks in the country.

IDC: PC market will recover only next year

The global market for personal computer devices will begin to recover from the coronavirus pandemic no earlier

iPhone 11 overtakes iPhone XR as the world’s most popular smartphone

The iPhone 11 has now crowned itself as the "world's most popular smartphone" after being on the market for about nine months.

This critical Android bug allows malware to masquerade as legitimate apps

Researchers have discovered a serious flaw in the ubiquitous Android operating system that allows malware

Microsoft to replace journalists with robots

Microsoft is to replace dozens of contract journalists on its MSN website and use automated systems to select