SCIENCE AND EDUCATION


BHOS students visit SOCAR Carbamide Plant

Baku, May 10, AZERTAC

The students of Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS) have met with management of SOCAR Carbamide Plant.

The participants in the event included BHOS rector Elmar Gasimov, BHOS fourth and fifth year students studying in the Process Automation Engineering programme, director of SOCAR Carbamide Plant Khayal Jafarov, other representatives of BHOS and the plant. Director of the Carbamide plant Khayal Jafarov made detailed presentation on the plant for BHOS.

He emphasized that the construction of the plant aimed at increasing productivity of lands allotted for agriculture of the country and consequently production of necessary fertilizers at the same time prevention of currency outflow while purchasing fertilizers from foreign countries. Mentioning that 99 per cent of construction was completed, Khayal Jafarov underlined that ammonia is expected to be the first product and later the production of carbamide will be launched this August.

Khayal Jafarov said that the plant was in great need of qualified specialists. He touched upon the issue of internship programs at Carbamide plant for BHOS students and recruitment of BHOS graduates. Khayal Jafarov said that they need particularly young and professional staff as BHOS students having proficiency in English.

BHOS rector Elmar Gasimov pointed out that being educated and trained in line with academic programs meeting international standards and having proficiency in English BHOS students successfully work for SOCAR enterprises and leading transnational companies thus surpassing other candidates in terms of knowledge and experience. “I am convinced that our students will join internship programs of Carbamide Plant and they will contribute to its activity in the years ahead,” Elmar Gasimov said.

The students then asked questions on the structure of plant, its work principles and future plans. The visit was concluded with the tour around the plant organized for BHOS staff and students enabling them to be familiarized with activities of the plant.

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