By Nigar Orujova
President Ilham Aliyev reviewed secondary school No 189-190 after repair and reconstruction in Sabail district of Baku on September 3, AzerTac state news agency reported.
Baku Mayor Hajibala Abutalibov informed the head of state about the work done.
School No 190 was established in 1946. The building for the school was constructed in 1957. It previously operated at the Music School after Bulbul. Two years ago, the school was merged with school No 189.
The building of the school No 189 was built in 1934. In 1941-1945, the school housed an evacuation hospital. Renovation of the building was launched last April.
The head of state inspected conditions created at secondary school No 189-190 after major overhaul and reconstruction.
The five-storey school has 42 classrooms. All classrooms and departments of the school were repaired in line with modern standards, and provided with necessary equipment and teaching aids.
The school has a state-of-the-art gym. Modern heating and lighting system was installed in the school. The school has a total enrollment of 1,500 pupils.
Following, the President has reviewed a physics, mathematical and informatics lyceum in Yasamal district of Baku after major overhaul and repair.
It was noted that the building of the school was constructed in 1963. The repair and reconstruction work started here last March. The main building, hostel and canteen of the lyceum were reconstructed to highest standards.
The lyceum has a total enrollment of 600 students from across the country, with 300 of them living at the hostel with the government funding. Seventh, eighth and ninth class students can enroll at the lyceum.
It has achieved successful results since the founding, with its graduates including more than 300 PhDs and nearly 30 doctors of science.
President Aliyev reviewed conditions created in the classrooms and departments of the lyceum. Modern heating and lighting system is installed here. Landscaping and redevelopment work was carried out in the yard of the school.
Nigar Orujova is AzerNews’s staff journalist, follow her on Twitter: @o_nigar
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