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The irregular session of VSU Academic Council took place on the 5th of September. The quorum was established. The agenda was approved unanimously. The first issue on the agenda referred to the dissolution of VSU Chair of Physics. Susanna Toumanyan, Acting Rector of VSU, delivered a report on it.

Susanna Toumanyan, Acting Rector of VSU, reminded the participants of the session of the regulation of the Chair that was approved at the session of the Academic Council, which was held on the 29th of May, 2017, presenting current issues with ten years of thorough analysis. S. Toumanyan, Acting Rector of VSU, suggested that they should discuss current issues. The first issue on the agenda was approved by 23 votes in favor, 3 against and 4 abstentions. As a result, the Chair of Physics was dissolved. The overwhelming majority of the partakers of the session offered to temporarily combine the Chair of Physics with the Chair of Mathematics.

The second issue on the agenda was related to elections. Feliks Movsisyan, Chairman of Tender Committee, introduced the personal data of those candidates, who applied for the vacancies, to the members of the Academic Council. The composition of the Committee on Counting was approved by voting.

Acting Dean of the Chair of Biology and Acting Dean of the Chair of Literature delivered reports on the concepts of the development of Chairs. Those candidates, who wanted to express themselves, were also given an opportunity to deliver a speech by the Session Chair.

The partakers of the session conducted a discussion on the order of using class registers. Then, Susanna Toumanyan, Acting Rector of VSU, took the floor to make a statement.

Albert Poghosyan, Chairman of the Committee on Counting, introduced the results of the elections to the members of the Academic Council. They were approved by the participants of the session.                                                                                                                                                                            

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