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There will be more engineers and doctors: about the plans of the Ministry of Education

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There will be more engineers and doctors: about the plans of the Ministry of EducationEvery year, a few days before the start of the school final exams, officials of the Ministry of Education and Science announce their plans for the current campaign for admission to higher educational institutions. 20 May, Deputy Minister of Education A. Klimov told some details of the intentions of his department. The ministry’s announced plans show a clear program of action, the purpose of which is to change the existing system of allocating budget places in universities.


At first, Klimov noted that the number of planned budgetary places will remain the same as it was in the past 2012 year: 491 thousand of yesterday's schoolchildren will be able to get higher education at public expense. At the same time, the chances of enrolling this year are slightly higher than in the past, because this year the number of graduates has decreased by 1,3%. Simultaneously with the preservation of the total number of budget places, officials from education decided to significantly revise the system of their distribution. Changes of this kind have been significant and worth attention.

The future reception campaign is very different from the previous one in the so-called admission control figures (CPC), which characterize the distribution of budget places by specialties, etc. First of all, it should be noted that this year the number of budget places for future masters will increase by 20%. Such a significant increase was the result of a small reduction in undergraduate and specialist programs - these places will be the least by three percent. Also this year, budget places in specialties related to economics and management will be reduced by 19,8%. It was decided to distribute these places among the natural sciences (2,5%), technical (5,3%), medical (5,9%), and pedagogical (6,1%).

Also this year will be a little more full-time. PCC for this form of training increased by 0,6%. The number of evening and correspondence students at the same time reduced by 2,5%. However, in this case, full-time and part-time studies will be able to pass more than 94 thousands of new students. Of these, 79403 people will study under the undergraduate program, more than 10 thousand will become specialists, and 4486 budget places will be provided for part-time masters. A similar distribution of places for full-time students will be 268674 places for bachelors, 57875 for specialists and 69968 for masters.

The volume of the PCC was also divided into federal and regional components, in accordance with the numerical indicators of which the funding of universities was distributed. This was done in order to preserve a sufficient number of budget places in the regions and, as a result, to provide training for specialists necessary in the current economic conditions. The division of budget places on this principle was as follows. The regional programs are allotted 70% of the PIC for bachelors and specialists, the rest falls to the master programs. The federal component of the total volume of PCC was distributed the other way round: 70% falls on the master’s degree programs.

In determining the necessary distribution of PCC, the employees of the Ministry of Education were guided by the proposals of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, the wishes of the largest employers, etc. In addition, several other ministries that have their own institutions of higher education took part in creating the relevant documents. With regard to the distribution of budgetary places by region and university, in this case the results of last year’s performance monitoring, statistics from the Ministry of Labor and data on last year’s graduation and entrance exams (for undergraduate and specialist), as well as funding and research activities for programs magistracy.

As a result of an analysis of the capabilities and potential of 43 educational institutions, the leading universities in the country received 22,9% of the total number of budget places envisaged for undergraduate and specialist programs, as well as 36,6% of the planned full-time graduate students. It should also be noted that these 43 of the largest higher educational institutions divided between themselves and 28,8% of the enrollment in technical specialties provided by the control figures.

Some cuts were made to budget places allocated to non-state educational institutions. So, this year, all such organizations received only 0,5% of the total amount provided by the CPC. It is worth noting that this is more than two times lower than the similar indicator for the last year, when non-state universities received a share of the PSC in 1,3%. Thus, non-state academies and universities this year in total will accept only 2105 state students. Legal professions (61%), as well as economic and managerial (46%), were subjected to the largest reductions in non-state universities.

In the new data on the future admission campaign, announced by the leadership of the Ministry of Education, several major trends are clearly traced. First of all, it is necessary to note the preservation of the existing number of training places even against the background of the reduction in the number of graduates. Also of particular interest is the trend with the constant reduction of budget financing of non-state higher education institutions. As the main prerequisite for the revision of the percentage of PCC allocated to a particular university, can be considered last year's performance monitoring. As the work of inspectors has shown, some universities and academies do not cope with the duties assigned to them, and therefore in the current state should not receive government funding.

A characteristic feature of the CPC plans for this year was a significant change in the budget places provided for training in certain specialties. The economic and managerial direction lost almost a fifth of the seats in comparison with the previous year, and the corresponding financing is planned to be redirected to other areas. The highest priority in the separation of vacant places received pedagogical direction and medicine. Thus, long-standing conversations about the oversupply of managers, lawyers or economists and the lack of specialists in other areas are gradually turning into a clear and systematic tendency, the aim of which is to correct the current bias. In the light of the statements of recent years about the need to increase the number of engineers and technical specialists, this development looks positive.


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  1. aszzz888
    aszzz888 29 May 2013 07: 55 New
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    Whoever does not stamp all kinds of universities! You’ll break your tongue and lose your memory! And the demanded working professions are less and less.
    We’ll go somewhere ...
    1. Sibiryak
      Sibiryak 29 May 2013 08: 02 New
      +2
      Quote: aszzz888
      Whoever does not stamp all kinds of universities! You’ll break your tongue and lose your memory! And the demanded working professions are less and less.

      Universities stamp ITR and managers, professional workers graduate from vocational schools
      1. aszzz888
        aszzz888 29 May 2013 08: 16 New
        +2
        I agree completely. But how many of these vocational schools remained in their pure form?
        1. Sibiryak
          Sibiryak 29 May 2013 08: 30 New
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          Quote: aszzz888
          But how many of these vocational schools remained in their pure form?

          The question is not how many educational institutions are left, but where the graduate should go at the end of the educational process, because such a specialist in the form in which he is after graduation DO NOT NEED ANYONE! Therefore, a gap and a shortage of specialists!
          1. Egen
            Egen 29 May 2013 08: 48 New
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            Quote: Sibiryak
            The question is ... where to graduate at the end of the educational process, because such a specialist in the form in which it is after graduation DO NOT NEED ANYONE! Therefore, a gap and a shortage of specialists!

            I agree. It is not the question of expanding the seats that needs to be resolved, but the subsequent work - both seats and prestige and payment. And so - it's all garbage. I read a clever anecdote: "Any mathematical proof breaks down on a simple question - WHAT?" :)
    2. pensioner
      pensioner 29 May 2013 08: 35 New
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      Yes, they realized it already. They opened schools at factories. New equipment was purchased for training. Already 5 years ago. Still stirring. In general, things have moved forward. The salaries of highly qualified machine operators are such that young people began to think: "Why don't I want this paid legal (humanitarian, financial, managerial ...)?" Studying at universities is encouraged. Credits are given. True, everything that I wrote above refers to 2 factories, both are military-industrial complex.
      1. Sibiryak
        Sibiryak 29 May 2013 08: 43 New
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        Quote: retired
        Opened schools at factories.

        It is gratifying of course, but apparently only in these two factories the head of the brain is in the head, and not in the middle part of the body!
        1. pensioner
          pensioner 29 May 2013 10: 04 New
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          Well, they are both in Antaea. There are also overlaps. Comes young. He can't really do anything yet, but he is given more salary than an honored veteran (in the relevant position). People are offended.
          1. Sibiryak
            Sibiryak 29 May 2013 13: 57 New
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            Quote: retired
            There are overlaps. Comes young. Nothing really knows how, but s / n they give him more than the honored veteran (in the relevant position). People are offended.

            At the expense of increased salary, I agree with the young - this is an excess. There are many ambitions, but the result is not good, everything rests again on the upbringing and influence of money on a person.
    3. Tatar
      Tatar 29 May 2013 08: 42 New
      +5
      in Russia, more than 50 percent of the population with higher education, that's just the quality of this higher ozonation in a deep ass thanks to UNT, daddies, mamics and big money. Dad has money and his son will go to the university, even though the university will be a complete ram and graduate and get a diploma. and a guy from the village who wants to study and has talent, but there is no way, so the cows will graze. that’s all. which allowed Soviet education to be truly and gifted to advance science and technology, thanks to this, airplanes flew and rockets did not fall. and what is now stupid people around a couple of words can not connect not only what thoughts to express, which are not, probably, but higher education. and then more ......
    4. Justme
      Justme 29 May 2013 20: 07 New
      +1
      I read the opinions presented here about vocational schools, about the need for graduates of universities ...
      It's all weird ..
      The value of hard workers from vocational schools, young graduates of universities will be only when they fall into the stream of real work and under the patronage of mature specialists ..
      And experts are interested in raising them ..
      Now this is not ..
  2. Sibiryak
    Sibiryak 29 May 2013 07: 58 New
    +1
    Thus, long-standing conversations about the overabundance of managers, lawyers or economists and the lack of specialists in other areas are gradually turning into a clear and systematic trend, the purpose of which is to correct the existing bias. In the light of recent statements about the need to increase the number of engineers and technical specialists, this development of events seems positive.

    Many, this does not mean good! To become a specialist, practical skills are needed, not just theoretical knowledge, but where to get it, if it is easier for enterprises in our country to take university graduates, it’s easier to hire foreigners to save money. So, of course, statistics are a good thing, but in the end, nothing will change.
  3. fartfraer
    fartfraer 29 May 2013 08: 28 New
    +5
    and again they forgot about a dozen reforms in all spheres) a familiar teacher (my friend's mother) received a high salary for 2 months already (remember there was such a "companionship" - a high salary for a teacher), and then everything became the same as before. only the police are paid regularly, but mainly due to staff reductions.
    as soon as they begin to plant "reformers", so immediately I will begin to timidly believe that some changes are taking place
  4. Yozhas
    Yozhas 29 May 2013 09: 26 New
    +3
    In Soviet times, there were 7 workers per engineer, at the end of the nineties 7 engineers per 1 worker.

    It is necessary to object to vocational schools, in the country there is a great shortage of qualified locksmiths, welders, turners and other machine tools. And then managers and lawyers got involved, and who will work.

    PS Before that, do not sell, from the beginning it must be done. In the humanities alone, the country's economy cannot be raised.
    1. fartfraer
      fartfraer 29 May 2013 09: 39 New
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      I managed to graduate from vocational school in front of the army. I was a certified bricklayer of the 4th grade)) out of 35 people in the group, I was the only one who worked in my specialty. The prestige of workers' professions is not enough, employers lack respect for workers, there are many other factors. Yes, and I already left the construction site ( left as the youngest bricklayer of the brigade, there were 25 of us) and this is a construction site where there is an opportunity to heat up, but I will not even talk about turners and other "factory" ones - they only go there when there is nowhere else to go.
  5. Belogor
    Belogor 29 May 2013 09: 32 New
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    If highly qualified specialists come out of them, this is certainly good. And if you are just graduate workers who are serving working hours, then this is another matter.
  6. PSih2097
    PSih2097 29 May 2013 09: 57 New
    +3
    about the plans of the ministry of education

    they'd better cleanse themselves and start with school education, otherwise it will soon come to the point that 8 years of Russian language, mathematics and social studies with religion will be compulsory (as they say "4th grade parish"), and everything else is paid electives
  7. OCD
    OCD 29 May 2013 10: 23 New
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    Plans by plans. By the level of training, many universities do not graduate engineers and doctors, but artisans and doctors. Ruined secondary education, then secondary specialized education, and finish higher. Bachelors, masters, and unable to think productively. Computer, internet is good. But fundamental knowledge can only be obtained by reading books, special literature. Many are not able to read the text, and retell or state the essence. Because at school they did not teach how to read, think correctly.
  8. Dr.Serg
    Dr.Serg 29 May 2013 10: 58 New
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    I don’t know about other specialties ... I’ll say about medicine ... I don’t know how many people there graduate universities a year, but really there’s no one to work! Well, people don’t go to the doctor to play for a salary of 6000 rubles, the staff deficit in our area is already approaching 50%, half of them are pensioners, in 5-7 years there will be absolutely no one to work ... even if you reform the education system, for now the system of work will not be improved after this education, there will not be any sense!
    1. cumastra1
      cumastra1 29 May 2013 15: 47 New
      +1
      A similar case on our collective farm. There are 16 doctors and 6 paramedics for 2 sections, all the doctors are pensioners, the paramedics are really young, but we are waiting for them to go on maternity leave, and then we’ll have fun. And I heard from the bottom of my ear that if a pensioner works, then he will receive either a pension or a salary. So let's think about whether a 60-70-year-old pensioner will work in such a situation ....
  9. smart ass
    smart ass 29 May 2013 11: 28 New
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    Thank you guys that our brother-manager didn’t roll the barrel!))) Thanks
  10. Dima190579
    Dima190579 29 May 2013 12: 02 New
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    An engineer and a doctor are those professions in which the state holds.
    1. alean245
      alean245 29 May 2013 12: 29 New
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      And also a teacher, a scientist, and one should not forget about the military.
  11. datur
    datur 29 May 2013 13: 49 New
    +1
    MDA, were eaten by efficient managers. - There are simply no normal engineers and workers !! fool
    1. smart ass
      smart ass 29 May 2013 15: 05 New
      +1
      The statement is fundamentally wrong, effective managers in our country can be counted on the fingers of one hand. I would even say more, the problem of RUSSIA is that there are no good managers, there are no people who are able to organize the work process in production, to establish interaction and revenue in the team.

      Even now I remember 4 principles of management: planning, organization, motivation, control.

      But we have bosses who can only scream and demand the execution of a plan that was invented yesterday. Fish always rots from the head.
  12. datur
    datur 29 May 2013 13: 53 New
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    I had a friend, the future manager, as he said, Mother-in-law pays and hell would be with him !!! belay And to work, so she will promote me !!!! belay
    1. smart ass
      smart ass 29 May 2013 15: 30 New
      +2
      MANAGEMENT SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL..Taylor. Just to broaden the horizons of people who are not imagining what Management is studying.)
      Taylor became a celebrity after the story with the Bethlehem Steel Works. One of the workshops employed 600 people, whose task was to transfer the ground ore from the bunker to the conveyor. Taylor and his assistant walked around the workers for five months with a notebook and a stopwatch. And then a circular came out, beginning with the phrase: "There are about five hundred ways to immerse a shovel in a certain kind of substance - and only one of these is correct."

      At first, they laughed at this phrase to the point, but the owner of the plant gave the go-ahead to train workers in the "only correct method." Three years later, only 140 people were working in this shop - and doing the same amount of work that once required 600 workers. At the same time, they were less tired per shift and received a higher pay, so they had no reason to complain about life. Taylor accomplished this by developing special shovels, training workers in the optimal loading method and setting a break schedule for them to rest before fatigue builds up.

      Another famous demonstration of the Taylor method took place at the same mill. The movers were loading pig iron into trucks, dragging an average of 12,5 tons of pig iron per shift. By the middle of the day they were exhausted to the state of "tongue on shoulder", and left work, staggering. Taylor chose for the experiment a certain Schmidt, far from the strongest of the movers, and calculated a schedule of work and rest for him.

      For three years, this Schmidt worked on a stopwatch, taking breaks every few minutes, so that out of each working hour, he only carried cast iron for 26 minutes, and rested for 34 minutes, and left work fresh and vigorous. The foreman of the loaders ridiculed the "lazy" worker until he discovered that Schmidt was hauling about 47 tons per shift - almost four times more than any other loader in the workshop.
      1. builder
        builder 29 May 2013 20: 06 New
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        In our realities -In one of the workshops 1 person worked ... 600 people for five months walked around the worker with a notebook and a stopwatch. Moreover, 600 people were less tired of the shift (than that person with a shovel) and received a large fee, so they had no reason to complain about life smile
        1. Justme
          Justme 29 May 2013 20: 27 New
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          More about our realities
          My friend and I, after graduating from one enterprise, got into the development department.
          I made my own project - everything went quietly and without questions and problems (probably - if I were to agree - it could go on until now)
          The friend got someone else's project. Everything there went through the "stump-deck". He was constantly in "battle". He constantly needs to put the shop "in a pose .." Constantly solving problems with the authorities .. Always in sight ..
          Already in the 90s he was nominated for the title of "Honored Mechanical Engineer of the Russian Federation"

          What to say
          Who ordered the trachodrom? - Get a trachodrom.
          What you stimulate is what you get.
      2. builder
        builder 29 May 2013 20: 18 New
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        Quote: datur
        MDA, were eaten by efficient managers. - There are simply no normal engineers and workers !! fool
      3. Egen
        Egen 30 May 2013 09: 09 New
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        Quote: Clever man
        For three years this Schmidt worked on a stopwatch

        in fact, there are such, and many, "consultants" :)) They work for months or years, receiving a lot of money, and then give advice ... In fairness, it should be noted that in half of the cases they are really sensible, and in half - the solution lay on the surface, in any case, frankly and clearly that part of the money was paid only for the appearance of work.
        Also, the cast iron example is too simple :). When I myself first participated in a consulting project 15 years ago, we issued recommendations - ideal - to the customer. It is clear that, ideally, it is impossible to implement everything, therefore the developed program for the implementation of these measures was supposed to give an efficiency of 70% from the ideal - which is lower than Pareto's, but still good :). But - if we were to implement it, i.e. consultants. Obviously, it also cost a lot, so the customer decided to implement everything himself, as a result the efficiency dropped to 30% of the "ideal". Well, in the end, all the innovations people have safely finished .. ril, in the remainder after a year - only 10% improvements. Total - it wasn't worth it :))
        1. smart ass
          smart ass 30 May 2013 09: 28 New
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          You are right, a simple example))) it seems that the scientific school of management is outdated. (Although I count so much) It’s just a shame for me that people who are not imagining that they are studying management express their point of view. After all, even 10 high-class engineers are just a bunch if their work is unorganized.
      4. datur
        datur 30 May 2013 12: 28 New
        +1
        so if we would have these managers! and the bulk of our managers are specialists in optimization in your pocket !!!!!
  13. sashka
    sashka 29 May 2013 14: 10 New
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    As soon as it comes to Plans and Projects, it immediately becomes funny. Not a single plan and project has yet been implemented. Everything is at the level of promises and desires. Or a protocol of "intentions", which does not bind to anything.
  14. Khamsin
    Khamsin 29 May 2013 17: 07 New
    +1
    I have a spouse doctor head. branches. She studied for three years in honey. school and six years at the institute, the salary is 7400. Maybe those who call the current doctors healers will try to live on such a salary? Doctors work with the same enthusiasm! I can describe the whole situation in medicine only with obscenities!
    1. Egen
      Egen 30 May 2013 17: 47 New
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      Quote: Hamsin
      She studied for three years in honey. College and six years at the Institute, salary - 7400

      and for what head? What about the hospital? And the category? and experience? Her, we had so much 2 a year ago, last year it even reached 21000 (this is taking into account the additive in 10tr), but now this supplement was removed, but something was combined at the rates, and although in general no one understood anything, but they began to get 16000 and everyone is very happy :)))
      But at the same time: regional hospital, higher category, experience (without Institute) 16.
      So do not be discouraged, your spouse still has prospects ahead! :))
  15. lucidlook
    lucidlook 29 May 2013 18: 52 New
    +1
    Also this year, budget places in specialties related to economics and management will be reduced - by 19,8%. It was decided to distribute these places between the natural sciences (2,5%), technical (5,3%), medical (5,9%), and also pedagogical (6,1%).


    Better late than never. I believe that after about 5 years we can expect an increase in labor productivity and scientific and technological potential in the relevant areas by a proportional amount of percent. This is ideally, of course.