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The List of the Most Unreliable High Educational Establishments in Kazakhstan

Monday, May 19, 2014 - 00:16

The Kazakh Ministry of Education and Science has the intention to publish the list of the republic's high educational establishments recognized as the most unreliable. This was revealed by the local mass media with reference to the head of the department, Aslan Sarinzhipov. According to him, “In the near future, for school graduates to have the possibility of taking the right decision, our Ministry plans to announce the list of universities that constitute a risk.”


“We also want to notice, that the Ministry cannot guarantee the mentioned above high educational establishments to be closed till the graduation of their students,” added Sarinzhipov while delivering his speech at the Parliament session concerning the quality of professional staff training in Kazakhstan.


In his words, the optimization of low-grade high educational establishments is the priority task for the department. According to the Minister, last year the materials dealing with 10 high educational establishments were forwarded to judicial instances. “Now we are waiting for their decision. Five universities were closed under the court decision after license withdrawal. In general, the work directed to optimize 'the conveyor of diplomas issuing' will certainly be continued,” the minister said.


Aslan Sarinzhipov underlined that the acting system of educational programs formation is too bureaucratized and formalized, its administration obscure. This leads to the occurrence of high corruption risk that evolves into long-term risk of social tension.


The Minister announced that alumnuses of many universities are neither competitive in the labor market, nor demanded. The system integration of science, education, industry and innovations is also absent. Low-grade specialists are trained in mass. Thus, approximately 65 percents (76 universities) from the total of 116 state-governed higher educational establishments fall into the group of middle and high risk.

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