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Education: Do you know what it is?

In order to become a journalist one should be well informed. The future journalist's practice plays a big role, but how it is carried on is perhaps a secret, and I wonder if it is ever carried on. If you intend to be a journalist you should make early steps in that direction and try to get to know that sphere better. One can get a self assertion in that sphere if he/she takes that chance. When I participated in a TV show as a spectator, I used to think when I would be given a chance to take part as a public speaker. That time has come. Now my Educomplex has given me a numerous chances to take part in TV shows of different TV channels as a public speaker. This is an alternative education, subtle type of education or revealing a secret in the result of which you get more than you could ever get. Our Educomplex projects are quite useful for everybody. Due to the project "Let's get to know our contemporaries" of the electronic magazine "Lusastgh" I have got to know a lot of writers and journalists, have communicated with them, have expressed my own opinions and have learned a lot of things. Recently I myself organized a seminar-meeting with Artak Vardanyan, a journalist. There are no restrictions, no obstacles. If you want to acheive something, you shouldn't stop for any second. A real education can't be of any other type. This type of educational system is more effective and accessable. Do not be restricted by traditional lessons, be initiative and acheive your aim. When you are able to debate over your favourite book or writer, or you can speak on almost any topic, in other words you are informed, that is the result of education. And I am happy to have the honour of studying at this Educomplex, and be the adherent of  this system of education.   

The original Armenian text by Avetis Harutyunyan, Grade 12

Translated into English by the English speaking club members: Mariam Mirzoyan and David Shahinyan