Minister of Defense Visits Cadets
The Defense Minister of Georgia, Bacho Akhalaia, has visited the Georgian cadets and attended their field exercises. The students of the Cadet School Military Lyceum have been undergoing practical field exercises since June 19. Along with the completion of their training, the 2010-2011 academic year will also finish, after which summer holidays for the cadets begin at the Lyceum.
The cadets have been undergoing the field exercise from the outset. They have improved their theoretical knowledge by the implementation of practical field training. For two weeks, the cadets of Military Lyceum have been undergoing tactical, marksmanship, engineering and medical preparation along with physical training. They also received training in communication, military topography, and army regulations.
The Military Lyceum Cadet School began operation at the beginning of the current academic year on September 13, 2010.
Legal Entity of Public Law-Cadets Military Lyceum has been established in the Kutaisi City in accordance with Order # 515 of Minister of Defence of Georgia dated August 2, 2010. On September 13, 2010, the Lyceum was inaugurated in a solemn environment by the Supreme Commander-in-Chief, the Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili.
Educational process at the Lyceum started on 15 September, 2010. Out of 1600 applicants, 300 students were selected on the basis of testing results conducted in physical preparation, psychological and logical aptitude skills.
Educational process at the Cadets Military Lyceum is carried out on the basis of National Curriculum developed by the Ministry of Education and Science and additional military program. The Cadets military Lyceum is a kind of boarding house providing the cadets with adequate housing conditions, nutrition, medical service and textbooks.
The Lyceum offers the best working environment, based on secure, interactive and respectful relationship among the personnel insured by the routine of the Lyceum.
The goal of the military school is to develop in a cadet intellectual, cultural, physical and moral characteristics to be able to easily adapt to social life and engage in both civil and military service of the country.