Today stately Opening ceremony of boarding school Alexander Nevski Cadet School of Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation has been held in Moscow. The event was attended by leaders of Russia’s Investigative Committee, Chairman of Belorussian Investigative Committee Valery Vakulchik, RF Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov, former Prosecutor General of USSR Alexander Sukharev, Children’s Right Commissioner for the President of the Russian Federation Pavel Astakhov, representatives of government and church and law enforcement officials.
Delivering his speech at the event Chairman of the Russia’s Investigative Committee noted that: “History of cadet studies in Russia is a worthy example of raising young generation. This generation from the very beginning has beginnings of civicism, patriotism, immense love toward their Motherland which later could be implemented by principled, honest, efficient service to their native country”.
“Attention and respect to people, honest and principled service, initiative and persistence are the parameters we give to our cadets. As civicism and patriotism, intellectual and spiritual potential of young generation and that is future of Russia in many ways depend on moral and volitional qualities”, - Alexander Bastrykin stressed.
More than 500 children will go to cadet school. The school has many professionals – teachers, pedagogues of supplementary education, social workers and jurists, with high qualifications and extensive working experience. The learning process is designed to train the young Russians to state service.
At present the school has two computer rooms, gymnasium, five automated working places for teachers. The Russia’s Investigative Committee intends to further on provide the school with modern equipment and the most advanced educational methods.
Cadet institutions allows broader opportunities of high (full) education for orphans, children under guardianship, from single parent poor families, children of law enforcement officials who died on duty.