A subordinate institution – the Center for Creative Innovations "Mikron" – appeared at the PMR Ministry of Internal Affairs. The Minister Vitaly Neagu told the President today that this is a new structural unit of the Tiraspol Law Institute, but it will be attended by the majority of school-age children - 14-17 years old. Vadim Krasnoselsky visited the center and talked with future teachers. There are two of them at the moment. They are the initiators of the launch of a new educational project under the auspices of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Its goal is to identify talented children, develop their abilities, and form a highly intellectual personnel reserve of law enforcement agencies of the republic. It was assumed initially that only children of employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs would be involved in the training. Then they decided to provide this opportunity to children with special needs, regardless of the area in which their parents are employed. A group of ten students has been formed at the moment. The second group formation is underway. They came to the conclusion after discussion with the PMR President, that the Center for Creative Innovations should be available in the future to all children who have abilities in the field of innovative technologies and wish to develop it. The class is equipped with modern computers. Each training place is provided with specialized training sets for programming. The organizers are confident that the children with the support of teachers will create within these walls soon new traffic lights, video surveillance cameras and much more.
The President noted the importance of reviving the traditions of involving schoolchildren in the field of innovation, expressing gratitude to the leadership and employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for their initiative and the work done in this direction.