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Dimitri Shashkin accompanied visually impaired entrant to examination center
10:47 29.06.2012
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Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Dimitri Shashkini accompanied Tbilisi Public School №202 visually impaired school graduate Esma Gumberidze to the registration and observed the first session of exam at examination center.

According to the information of the Ministry, along her her five classmates are going to pass national exams. Their examination tests were prepared with Braille’s letters.   

“Esma Gumberidze has successfully passed High School Exams and she thinks that her school years were very productive. She is well prepared for Unified Entry Exams. She wants to continue studying on the faculty of International Law”, - the Ministry notes.

As Dimitri Shashkini stated, Ministry will continue to provide respective care to the children with special needs.

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