Dr Vladimir Orlic, the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, visited the Technical School in Zeleznik today, where he spoke with the principal, Aleksandar Dragutinovic.
On the occasion, on behalf of the Serbian Assembly, Dr Orlic presented the school with computers which, principal Dragutinovic stressed, would improve the quality of the teaching process. He used the opportunity to thank the National Assembly on behalf of the children, their parents and school employees, for the valuable donation which will be of particular importance for cabinet and laboratory classes, and for once again confirming its concern for the improvement of the education system.
Speaker Orlic said that, in accordance with the priorities of the state policy led by the President of the Republic Aleksandar Vucic and implemented by our National Assembly, the responsible attitude towards children, young people and their even better future will continue in the future.
The Technical School in Zeleznik was founded in 1948. Today, it is attended by more than 400 students, who receive education in two professional areas: mechanical engineering and metalworking and electrical engineering.