CITY OF NIS HELPS WITH THE ORGANISATION OF INTERNATIONAL GO TOURNAMENT

 

On the occasion of the International Go Tournament NIS OPEN 2017to be held on March 18th and 19th March in Nis honorary organizing committee met today at Nis City Hall. This tournament will mark 45 years since the founding of the first Go Club in Nis. The tournament will bring together more than 100 go masters in different categories and from several European countries. Nis City Council Member Branislav Kacar said on this occasion that City of Nis supported sports clubs and events that bring together participants from the country and from abroad.




FACULTY OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY CELEBRATES 49 YEARS SINCE ESTABLISHING

 

The Faculty of Occupational Safety in Nis marked its 49th anniversary.Nis City Mayor Darko Bulatovic and Nis City Council Member Branislav Kacar attended the ceremony and congratulated the teachers and students on this significant jubilee. The Faculty of Occupational Safety is one of the 13 faculties of the University of Nis, which has been working successfully for almost half a century and which has so far educated many generations of engineers of health and safety and other related disciplines.




HISTORY OF NIS SERIES TO BE SCREENED AT NIS FILM FESTIVAL 2018

 

Nis City Mayor Darko Bulatovic and Nis City Council Member Jelena Mitrovski met with the doyen of Serbian acting Mr.Tanasije Uzunovic and other members of the team that would be working on TV series History of Nis from prehistoric times to the present.

The series, sponsored by the City of Nis, will consist of 15 episodes, as well as two-hour specials that will be shown at Film Festival in 2018. The series is realized fully by team from Nis. The director is Boban Rajkovic, the screenwriter is historian Nebojsa Ozimic, the music was written by Borislav Mladenovic Caba, and the producers are Dragan Videnovic and Miodrag Stojadinovic. The narrator and promoter of the series is our famous actor, born in Nis, Tanasije Uzunovic. He will, with his voice and appearance, lead the story through the centuries of glorious history of Nis.

It is the master work that represent Nis and its rich history and tradition in the best light and thus contribute to further promotion of the city and show how abundant is the  cultural of our city, but so far under-exploited.




RECEPTION FOR CHINESE MUSICAL ENSEMBLE

 

The reception was organized at Nis City Hall for the members of the Chinese ensemble” The Voice of Yuan”. The guests from China who will be performing in Nis were welcomed by Nis City Deputy Mayor Milos Bandjur and the Member of Nis City Council Jelena Mitrovski. The Chinese Ensemble will be performing at Nis National Theatre. The concert, which is sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Culture and the Association “Art of Giving” has a humanitarian character, because the money from the tickets is intended for NURDOR (National Association of Parents of Children with Cancer) to complete the second phase of the construction of the oncological children’s department in Nis.




HOMAGE TO PAVAROTI

 

A traditional New Year’s Concert will be held in Nis on Sunday, which, this year, will be dedicated to Pavaroti. On this occasion the soloists from Italy and Mexico, Mark Frusoni, Alessandro Fantoni, Federica Leprea and Neivi Martinez, were welcomed by the Member of Nis City Council for Culture Jelena Mitrovski. Ms. Mitrovski talked with the artists about the significance of this event not only for the City of Nis but for the whole region. The concert is organized by the Nis Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of Zoran Andrić as the conductor.




JULIA – FIRST BABY BORN IN 2017

 

On a New Year’s Eve, just one minute after the midnight, in 2017, Nis became richer for another inhabitant. Girl named Julia came to the world. During the night the happy mother was visited by Nis City Mayor Darko Bulatovic, the Deputy Mayor Milos Bandjur, Assistant Mayor Dragoslav Pavlović and Nis City Council Member Sasa Zivic. Nis City Mayor Darko Bulatovic presented the gift to the proud mother of the first born baby in 2017 city watch and 50 000 dinars.




NEW KINDERGARTEN IN THE SETTLEMENT OF MEDOSEVAC SOON

December 26th

The contract was signed between the Novak Djokovic Foundation, the City of Nis and the Preschool Institution Pcelica on the adaptation of the old school for the kindergarten in the Medosevac settlement. Nis City Deputy Mayor Milos Bandjur signed the contract on the behalf of the City of Nis together with Gorana Džudža Jakovljević from Novak Djokovic Foundation and Zoran Jonic from Preschool Institution Pcelica. This contract is the introduction into one of the projects that were selected at the competition in the period from November 20th to December 20th last year. The funds will be invested in the reconstruction and adaptation of preschool and school facilities, as well as the purchase of necessary furniture and equipment for children from 20 cities across Serbia. Projects will also include facilities in municipalities affected by floods during 2014 and 2016, and the adaptation of spaces in underdeveloped environments.




AWARDS FOR THE BEST STUDENTS OF NIS PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS

December 23rd

Nis City Deputy Mayor Milos Bandjur met today with the students of Nis primary and secondary schools who won one of the first three places at official national and international competitions as individuals or team and presented to them traditional city awards. Given that competitions organized by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development are held after the deadline for awarding the “St. Vitus Day Awards”, another round of awards was organized today. Deputy Mayor Bandjur said on this occasion that the awards were symbolic, but that they were certainly an incentive for further work and promotion. He congratulated all the winners and thanked them for representing their schools and the Nis in a worthy way, noting that the Commission for the Encouragement of Talented Students did not have an easy task in choosing the best. He especially emphasized that he believed that many of these young, talented fellow citizens would be successful scientists or professors in the future, and that the intellectual potential of young people in Nis was remarkable. In addition, the City of Nis allocated a total of 2 734 000 dinars for the St. Vitus awards for this year, and a total of 288 students were awarded.




STUDENTS OF NIS FACULTY OF ECONOMICS WON SECOND PLACE AT THE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION IN PORTUGAL

December 22nd

 

Nis City Council Member for Sports and Youth met today with the students of the Nis Faculty of Economics who won the second place at the international marketing competition held in the Portuguese City of Porto and congratulated them on excellent placement in Porto and expressed the readiness of the city to recognize the work of young and talented people and help in accordance with the possibilities. The Delegation of the Nis students was also assisted by the Nis City Youth Office as well as some of the city’s public companies. In the competition of 37 teams, young team from Nis won the second place, and their work presented a good practice of using marketing tools on the example of a successful company from Nis.




COUNCIL FOR HUMAN AND MINORITY RIGHTS FORMED

December 7th

 

On the basis of the Nis City Council Decision of 29/11/2016 the Council for Human and Minority Rights was constituted today. Ferhad Saiti was elected as the president at the first session of this council, which was attended by Nis City Council Member for Social Care Issues Mrs. Tijana Djordjevic Ilic. The new Council intends to continue with the work started in the previous period with the task of providing recommendations and advisory assistance to the executive authority – the Nis City Council. At the constituent session, new members of this Council, who mainly come from the ranks of national minorities and organizations fighting for human rights protection, were also presented as well as the procedures for submitting proposals as well as the plan and program of work for 2017.