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Competitiveness of graduate of technical university under modern conditions

V.N. Kurovsky, L.G. Demenkova
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V.N. Kurovsky is Dr.Sci. (Pedagogy), prof. at Tomsk State Pedagogical University e-mail:; and L.G. Demenkova is senior lecturer e-mail:

at Yurga Technological Institute, branch of National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University


Analyzed is the problem of competitiveness formation of technical university graduate. The authors emphasize necessity of cardinal changes in the system of education in accordance of requirements of labor market for competitive specialists. Substantiated is, that formation of competitiveness of graduates of technical high school is being realized on the basis of correspondence between educational and professional standards. Also analyzed is compliance of generalized job functions and types of activity, work functions and competencies. Presented is detalization of competencies and job functions up to training hours on example of working program of discipline “Chemistry 1.2” for direction of training of “Agro-engineering”. It is established that GOS always do not meet requirements of employers, that’s why in training of competitive specialist one needs to take into account requirements of professional standards.

Key words: сompetitiveness, сompetitiveness of graduate of technical university, educational standard, professional standard, labor function, educational actions.



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