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Students of Technical Department at the University of Novi Sad visited the Museum of the NIS The NIS Company Museum was visited by the students of Technical Department at the University, specifically the Industrial Engineering and Management Department. Professor Velibor Karanović, who conceived this visit, said that the visit to the NIS Company Museum turned out to be extremely interesting and useful, as the students primarily study theory at the university, while at NIS they acquired enormous data concerning practical operations in extracting crude oil and selling oil products, which is the current focus of their university curriculum. – It was pivotal that the Company employees shared their experience with the students, as it may help them opt for their field of further studies, because a vast majority of students expressed a wish to undergo professional practice at the NIS Company – Mr Karanović said, stressing that collaboration of education institution with businesses is essential, as theory should go hand in hand with practice to ensure high quality education. The NIS Company Museum was visited by the students of Technical Department at the University, specifically the Industrial Engineering and Management Department Katarina Ilić, a first year student of the Engineering Management pointed out that visit to the NIS Company Museum is an interesting way of communicating to the general public the history of the Company. She liked especially the story of staffers’ efforts to create the NIS Company. Her peer Mladen Ilić liked the fact that the NIS Company gives a chance to young people find a job there, which for him is a great incentive to achieve good academic score with a view to become a staff member of the Company once he graduates. The NIS Company Museum in Novi Sad is located in the company administrative building, its standing exhibit entitled "Future in deed". The Museum showcases exhibits of enormous value that help visitors get to know better the company work processes, its wellbores, the dawn of company’s exploration and extraction of crude and gas, as well as their further refining. Region’s refuelling stations history is also on display, with Museum exhibits representing milestones in the history of Yugoslavia in the wake of World War Two and one of its main industries in our country’s economy, specifically power generation. Other than its museum located in Novi Sad, the NIS Company has set up another corporate museum located in the town of Kikinda.