Congratulations on successful startup!
Students of the Department of Agriculture and Bioresources and Energy, Metallurgy and Information Technologies have jointly developed a website for the startup of the student veterinary clinic InVet. The site has no analogues in Pavlodar region.
The idea of creating a veterinary clinic on the basis of InEU belongs to the students of the VS-402 group Luisa Kumarov, Margarita Samuseva and Tatyana Mikhailova. The students shared their idea with the professor of the Department of Agriculture and Bioresources Komardina Lyubov Stepanovna and, on her advice, turned to the Department of Energy, Metallurgy and Information Technologies to develop a website. The students of the InU-302 group Ivanyuk Danil and CaS (c)-202 Sakharov Evgeniy got interested in the project. As a result of joint activities under the leadership of Elena Vladimirovna Prokopets, senior lecturer of the Department of Energy, Metallurgy and Information Technologies, they have successfully developed a website for the veterinary clinic "InVet".
Experienced veterinarians came to the aid of the students as consultants of the clinic: rector, doctor of veterinary sciences, professor Nikitin Evgeny Borisovich and senior lecturer of the Department of Agriculture and Bioresources Enns Elena Mikhailovna.
With the help of the InVet website, everyone, including those from remote districts of Pavlodar region, can receive primary consulting assistance, find useful information about their pets, register them for a routine examination or vaccination, take part in contests, exhibitions and promotions. At the moment, due to the pandemic, the clinic is working online.
On December 30, 2020 it became known that the website of the veterinary clinic took first place in the competition of scientific works of the students of the InEU consortium. It was presented to the competition committee of the scientific direction "Technical, engineering sciences and technologies" by Evgeny Sakharov and Danil Ivanyuk.
We sincerely congratulate the students and their leaders and wish them new victories, scientific achievements and successful further implementation of the project! InEU is proud of your success!
Press service of InEU
(according to the information of the professor of the Department of Agriculture and Bioresources