Alma Mater
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Vestnik Vysshey Shkoly (Higher School Herald)
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Nothing but the truth, and no prohibitions. How to help employer to get qualified specialist

S.V. Bakushev
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UDC 378-044.3:005.6   


S.V. Bakushev is Dr. Sci. (Engineering), Prof., Prof. at sub-faculty “Mechanics” at Penza State University of Architecture and Construction e-mail:


Discussed are problems of higher education modernization in order to improve education quality and get competent specialists. Recommendations for the educational process reform in higher institutions are closely connected with state exams, curricula and work programs, and financing issues, and the duration of study at the university. It is necessary to amend both the tactics and the strategy of higher education, and first and foremost, it is obligatory to stop using falsification of figures and mark the student accordingly to his or her progress. This will allow the student to create self-motivation for learning, based on the elimination of irresponsibility and slovenly work, permissiveness in receiving knowledge. In higher education, the principle "From each person according to his or her ability, to each person according to his or her work" should be a priority

Key words: higher professional education, distance education, academic curriculum, elective, modernization, the quality of education.



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