Orel (Oryol) Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation is a federal state educational institution of higher education, which provides training, retraining and advanced training for law enforcement agencies. Orel Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation was founded in 1976 in Orel city of Russian Federation. At present Orel Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation has 4 faculty, 14 departments and 8 auxiliary units. Currently Institute has 450 qualified personnel, who trained 1300 students. Till now Orel Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation has trained about 16000 professionals. Today the institute’s graduates are working in operational units, investigative departments and offices. Among the graduates are the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Viet Nam, heads of law enforcement agencies in Yemen and Afghanistan.
Faculties of Orel (Oryol) State Technical University:
Heads of dormitories and the Student Board (student autonomous body) carry out character building in dormitories according to the complex plan, which includes the creation of necessary conditions for living, self-education, life and recreation, well-being, and allows to host mass cultural events and recreative sports, recreation evenings, literary soirees, dispute, mindset trainings, meetings with interesting people, etc.
Some of traditional events are: competition “The best room in the dormitory”, “Neighbors initiation ceremony”, different sports events. There is a psychologists office to help students and their families. There are annually conducted a course of lectures on such issues as tobacco smoking, drug addiction, AIDS preventive measures, youth sex education.
Oryol or Orel is a city located in the European part of Russia, on both sides of the Oka River and its tributary, the Orlik River, about 364 km south-west of Moscow. It is the capital of the Oryol region, an important transport, educational, cultural, and tourist center of Central Russia.
In Russian the name of this city means “eagle”. There is a legend about the origin of the name. According to it, it happened during the foundation of the fortress, in 1566. When builders began to chop down an oak standing on the river bank, at the confluence of the rivers Oka and Orlik, an eagle flew off from the top of the tree. “And here is the owner”, – said one of the men, and Ivan the Terrible ordered to name the town in honor this bird.
The climate in Oryol is of moderate continental type. Winters are usually moderate cold, with occasional thaws and frosts. Summers are not settled, with periods of extreme hot and cool weather. The average temperature in January is minus 6.7 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 20.5 degrees Celsius.
City Day in Oryol is celebrated on August 5. On this day in 1943, in Moscow, an artillery salute was given to honor the troops that liberated Orel and Belgorod. This was the first salute during the World War II in the USSR, that’s why both Orel and Belgorod received the nickname “the city of the first salute.”
The Oryol tram, opened in 1898, along with the Nizhny Novgorod and Kursk trams belongs to the oldest tram systems in Russia, one year older than the Moscow tram, and nine years older than the St. Petersburg tram.
“Oryol”, a nuclear submarine in the Northern Fleet of Russia, is named after the city of Oryol. On the conning tower of the submarine you can see the coat of arms of the city.
The main products manufactured in the city: food, machinery and electrical equipment, non-metallic mineral products, metallurgical production and production of finished metal products.
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