A student of NIS Petropavlovsk is a prize—winner of the International Youth Competition

Aisana Kusainova, a student of the 10th “A” class of the Nazarbayev Intellectual School of Petropavlovsk, became a prize-winner of the International Youth Competition of scientific, practical and science fiction works “Horizon-2100″*22.
The schoolgirl presented her science fiction work in the form of an essay about the near future. Aisana took the initiative — she registered on the website on her own, applied for a job. This contest immediately interested her, because Aisana is fond of reading science fiction.
— I found this contest on social networks and decided to take part. I already had a finished work that I was writing during the pandemic. Then the coronavirus became a big problem all over the world. I decided to touch on this problem in order to tell people and show h

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ow important unity is in such situations, — Aysana Kusainova, a student of the Nazarbayev Intellectual School of Petropavlovsk, shared.
The girl decided to write an essay after her loved one fell ill with coronavirus. She presented the work in the form of a doctor’s diary entry. There are excerpts of the days when the doctor was left alone with patients. Their hard work during the period of shortage of specialists due to the increase in cases is also described. Only thanks to specialists from different countries, 9 doctors were able to come up with a vaccine and defeated the virus. Her essay has passed two levels of verification: for anti-plagiarism and for compliance with the requirements of the organizers of the competition. As a result, Aisana Kusainova became a prize-winner in the nomination “Bright Start”.
The International youth competition of scientific, scientific-practical and science-fiction works “Horizon-2100” has been held since 2019. During this period, it covered more than a thousand creative young people aged 16 to 26 from 55 countries of the world. In 2022, more than 400 works were submitted for the competition, including 10 from Kazakhstan. Aisana and two other Kazakhstanis were among the winners. In February, the NIS student will go to Moscow for the International Youth Forum “World 2100: Global trends and the future through the eyes of the young”.