President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has reviewed Technical and Humanitarian Lyceum after repair and reconstruction in Nasimi district of Baku.
Head of Baku Executive Authority Hajibala Abutalibov informed the head of state about the reconstruction work.
The building of the school was constructed in 1963. The building, which previously operated as a night school, housed the branch of Dagestan University till 2000. The same year Technical and Humanitarian Lyceum was established at this building. The head of state was also informed about the school uniforms and bags used by the lyceum for its students.
The photo stands reflecting national leader Heydar Aliyev’s attention to education and President Ilham Aliyev’s work to bring the schools in Nasimi district to modern standards were installed in the lobby of the lyceum.
The lyceum has 43 rooms. 24 of them are classrooms, others are departments and laboratories.
The gym was also constructed at the modern level in the yard of the educational institution, with extensive renovation and construction work.
President Ilham Aliyev reviewed the conditions created in the classrooms of the lyceum.
In accordance with the plan of measures envisaged in the State Program on acceleration of socio-economic development of Baku and its settlements, the process of major renovation of education institutions, construction of new school building and kindergartens, as well as in all social spheres, is purposefully implemented. High school buildings are reconstructed in the capital and surrounding settlements, as well as throughout the country. Significant work is being done to strengthen the material and technical base of schools. All classrooms, subject rooms are also at the most advanced level at the Technical and Humanitarian High School. Lyceum is equipped with high-end equipments and modern textbooks.
The lyceum offers classes in two shifts. In 2014 the Techical and Humanitarian Lyceum was named the best school of the year. In the 2014-2015 academic years, all 112 students who finished the school enrolled at universities, within 17 of them scoring more than 600 points at entrance exams.