First International Science Projects Olympiads of Indonesia organized by the Turkish schools


Date posted: June 24, 2013

Turkish schools in Indonesia organized an International Science Projects Olympiads in the country for the first time.

Turkish schools affiliated with PASIAD, Pacific Social and Economic Solidarity Association, have been organizing national science Olympiads, ISPO, since they were founded. They added a new ring to their educational service chains, Indonesia’s first international science project Olympiads, ISPRO. The Olympiads started on on May 21st.

Students from 22 countries participated in the Olympiads in its very first year. The students exhibited their projects and then had a great time at Taman Safari Park.

Olympiads will end today with award ceremony.

Source: StarDaily, 24 May, 2013

Disclaimer: The original article is in Turkish. Slight deviations from the original meaning may have occurred due to the difficulties in translating phrases and idioms. PII volunteers translated the article.


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