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Students began construction of the spaceport Vostochny
65 students arrived at the construction site the Eastern from the Novosibirsk State Agrarian University, the Altai College of Architecture and Construction, the Novosibirsk State University of Transport and the Samara State Aerospace University, the press service of Spetsstroy of Russia reports. All of them have passed the preliminary competitive selection and have surrendered the session ahead of time in order to start work now. So, in the Samara State Aerospace University the competition was 6 people in place.
All students will be employed in accordance with the requirements of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation. They will be involved in construction, installation and finishing works, as well as working on landscaping. The level of wages of a participant in student construction will depend on the production and will average 25 000 rubles per month.
Also, students will be refunded the cost of travel to and from work place, a system of free three meals a day in the dining rooms located near the place of residence and work is organized. Participants of construction teams will be provided with overalls and personal protective equipment. In addition, the organizers of the student changes to a construction site of Spetsstroy Russia will carry out mass cultural and sports activities, and jointly with the police CATF Uglegorsk safety of students will be provided with accommodation, organized day and night performance of duty by police officers.
The construction with the participation of students will be held in two stages and will end on 30 August. In total this year, more than 1000 guys from Novosibirsk universities, Omsk, Samara and Barnaul, Altai and the Amur region will become members of student construction cosmodrome Vostochny.