The works of the first semester of 2018 were briefed in NCSO. This time an interesting format of listening to the employees of NCSO’s regional services, reserves and museum-reserves was selected.
NCSO’s director Ara Tarverdyan mentioned at the beginning of the report that from now on the heads of the regional services and the employees of certain regions will present reports about the implemented works on the same day.
“This approach gives the opportunity to work more effectively, giving more profound information about the works implemented in the region”, mentioned Ara Tarverdyan.
With this principle the employees of the regional services, reserves and museum-reserves talked about the implemented works and problems, suggesting the possible ways for their solution. Mentioning about the works of the previous 6 months, as primary problems were mentioned the absence of reservation zones, imprecisions, irregular actions of local self-government bodies and so on.
The questions concerning ticket sales in “Amberd temple” reserve were also discussed during the report. The director of “Garni” historical-cultural museum-reserve informed that the path to the reserve was tiled and the territory was arranged which naturally contributed to the addition of the number of visitors. Among the innovations of “Garni” museum-reserve were free wheelchair and service of audio guide.
NCSO’s deputy director Karen Pahlevanyan exhorted the heads of the regional services to be more attentive to the monuments reservation, be watchful especially during construction works and actively present the implemented works in social media.
By the end of the report deputy director Karen Pahlevanyan and scientist-secretary A. Piliposyan held a training lesson for the heads and deputy heads of regional services.