In August last year, the newspaper “Kyiv Polytechnic” began printing materials under the heading “Protect the honor of KPI”. The newspaper paid attention to the state of teaching, taking into account the wishes of students and teachers.
Older people still remember well the epic that was played out in the Arctic Ocean in the early 40-ies of XX century. Primarily the United States and the Soviet Union and also some other countries were involved in that epic. Heroic fame of papanintsy lives in folk memory.
"Manuscripts do not burn ..." - and sometimes it is still true!.. Village Savarka on Bohuslavschyni. Shed, where the teacher Maria Ishchenko and spouses Chalyh lived in the twenties of the twentieth century...
There are not many universities in Kyiv in which educational and auxiliary buildings are all situated practically in the same area. KPI is one of them; consequently, it is extremely comfortable for staff, postgraduate and undergraduate students.