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Professionally oriented work and organization of new recruitment of students in universities of Siberia through the years from 1970 into 1980s

V.V. Petrik
80,00 Р

Petrik Valery

Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of History and Area Studies,

National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University

E-mail: v.v.petrik@mail.ru

 

Analysed is activity of collectives of Siberian high schools as to bettering of forms of professionally oriented work among the youth. Shown is that besides traditional forms of popularization of high schools, their administrations and public organizations used active forms of recruitment of students. Characterized are negative moments, that often resulted in substitution of professional orientation by sum of mass measures.

Key words: professionally oriented work, new recruitment of students, pre-high school training, competition, pupil taking school-leaving exams, professional selection, professional orientation of the youth, professional information

 

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