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More than 300 students came a meeting with IT-park in Naberezhnye Chelny

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14 March 2012

Today, March 14, students of Kama State Academy of Engineering-Economic in Naberezhnye Chelny met with IT-park. More than 300 undergraduates from the scope of automation and business application of computer science, mathematics and mathematical modeling, economists and engineers came to get acquainted with High Technology Technopark "IT-park". The meeting was attended by the deputy director of the Kazan IT-Park Ramil Ibragimov, representatives of the resident "BARS Group" and a startup business incubator "SportFort."

Rector Kama State Academy of Engineering-Economic Vladimir Shibakov said that the students reacted enthusiastically to the proposal to meet the IT-park and came to the meeting with enthusiasm. Of course, the interest of future engineers associated with the opening of the second area of Kazan IT-Park and Business Incubator in Naberezhnye Chelny this year. Rules of selection at the Business Incubator, the possibilities of an internship in a company-resident IT-park and subsequent employment, opportunities to attend specialized conferences, seminars and open lectures - all this questions and others discussed today on a meeting.

Representatives of the largest resident Kazan IT-Park and one of the most successful IT development at the federal level - "BARS Group" - to share with students the success-story, and even outlined its expansion plans in Naberezhnye Chelny. And an ambitious start-up project "SportFort," which won the competition for the title of resident Business Incubator of IT-Park, spoke about how easy it is to create your own successful IT project.

Having a lot of useful information and food for thought, the students think seriously about the possibility to link the future of information technology, and creating your own high-tech business, as evidenced by the level of questions asked from the audience and Library Training Corps Academy and the number of actively engaged students in discussion.