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Senators with deputies of Maslikhats discussed the issues of employment and the quality of education provided in the country

03.05.2023 92

Deputies of the Senate Committee on Social and Cultural Development and Science met with deputies of maslikhats of cities of republican significance and regional maslikhats and discussed the development of education and labor.

This meeting was held as part of preparations for a round table on the topic "Increasing the accessibility of preschool education, ensuring high-quality secondary education, directions for the development of higher and vocational education."

Committee Chairman Nurtore Zhusip noted the importance of interaction between the Senate and Maslikhats and emphasized that in modern realities, problematic issues of education and employment of young people should be resolved in a new format, including at the legislative level.

“I consider it appropriate to note that the sphere of domestic higher education has achieved significant positive results over the past 15-20 years. The Kazakhstani education system is developing in the directions focused on international standards. It's not a secret that in order to further improve the economic situation in the country, trained specialists in various fields are needed. In addition, we have problems in the field of employment of graduates of educational institutions,” Nurtore Zhusip said.

Representatives of the Ministries of Education, Science and Higher Education, Labor and Social Protection, as well as Maslikhats of regions and cities of republican significance also made presentations during the meeting.

As a result of the event, the participants developed a number of proposals and initiatives aimed at further improving the field of education and employment, which will be further used in the legislative activities of parliamentarians.

It should be recalled that earlier the Chairman of the Senate Maulen Ashimbayev emphasized that the Senate, as a Chamber representing the interests of the regions, should actively interact with Maslikhats and raise issues that are relevant and of interest to residents of the regions of the country.

(Press Service of the Senate, 74-72-27)

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