Corruption in educational organizations is currently an acute problem for the education system of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Today, one of the priority tasks of building a democratic society is the fight against corruption.
Corruption - these are persons performing state duties, as well as persons equated to them, using their official powers and related opportunities, or their other use of their powers to obtain property benefits, obtaining property benefits and benefits not provided for by law personally or through intermediaries, as well as their acquisition by individuals and legal entities of these benefits and benefits against the law corruption offenses (corruption offenses) - Actions related to corruption or creating conditions for corruption that entail administrative and criminal liability established by the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The relevance of the fight against corruption lies in the fact that it should be of a comprehensive nature. We need consolidated efforts not only from the state, but also from the entire civil society in all regions of the country. The result is that the fight against corruption, firstly, will become a permanent and tireless function of the state, and secondly, it will become the subject of vigilance and vigilance control on the part of society.
The most characteristic types of crimes related to corruption in the field of education are:
1) receiving a bribe for admission to a higher educational institution. This is the most common form of abuse. According to some estimates, 80% of crimes are hidden for receiving bribes for entering a higher education institution;
2) tutoring of university teachers and members of examination committees;
3) receiving a bribe for passing exams and tests in institutions of secondary and higher professional education;
4) receiving a bribe for entering into a lease agreement for premises in an educational institution and abuse of official powers through illegal lease of state property;
5) sale of diplomas and certificates to persons who have not completed training in an educational institution;
6) receiving a bribe for placing children in kindergartens and general education schools.
The country's" black " turnover in higher education is about млрд 1 billion. a year. According to UNESCO, For example, in Russia, this amount is 520 million rubles. "I don't know," he said. It should be noted that not everyone pays bribes, about 5-7% of families. the vast majority of students enter universities without entering into corrupt relations.
The IEC is actively pursuing a policy of eliminating corruption in its ranks. There is a distinction between learning and the process of evaluating knowledge. All procedures for working with applicants and students are open and have several levels of control. An anti-corruption council was established, which included student leaders. The teacher's Code of honor and the student's code of ethics are valid.
Anti-corruption Council of the International Education Corporation
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Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated November 18, 2015 No. 410-V Sam - on Combating Corruption