Higher authorities and authorities.

Main objectives Ensuring compliance with the rights set forth in the legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On Education”, and the Law “On State Youth Policy in the Republic of Kazakhstan”. 4. Main functions:
4.1. The student strives to become a worthy citizen of the Republic of Kazakhstan, a professional in his chosen specialty, to develop the best personality qualities in himself; 4.2. The student does not allow rudeness towards others and shows sympathy for socially unprotected people and, as far as possible, takes care of them;

4.3. A student is an example of decency, culture and morality, intolerant of manifestations of immorality and does not allow manifestations of discrimination on the basis of gender, nationality or religion;

4.4. The student leads a healthy lifestyle, promotes a positive attitude of young people to health, and belief in the possibility of its preservation and improvement;

4.5. The student always remembers that he represents the college and supports the honor and dignity of the studying college: by its behavior, attitude towards studies, take care of improving the college image, value and respect its traditions, and protect property.

4.6. The student recognizes as necessary and useful all activities aimed at developing creative activity (scientific, educational, sports, artistic, etc.), to enhance the corporate culture and image of the college;

4.7. The student considers it his duty to deal with all types of academic dishonesty, including:

  • not to provide other students with actually performed assessed work; – do not use ready-made answers to tests, exercises and assignments, ready-made written works;
  • not to use on exams, modulo tests, differentiated classification of cheat sheets, electronic media and communications;
  • cheating and turning to other persons for help while undergoing knowledge control procedures;
  • Presentation of any volume of finished training materials, including Internet resources, as the results of their own work;
  • the use of family or official ties to obtain a higher score; – absenteeism, being late and skipping classes for no good reason;
  • the student considers all of the listed types of academic dishonesty as incompatible with obtaining a high-quality and competitive education worthy of a future employee.

Acquaintance with the Code of Honor of students, compliance with its requirements and control over the implementation
5.1. This Code is published after its adoption and wide access is provided to members of the student community. New students are familiarized with the requirements of the Code;

5.2. Each member of the student community is required to comply with the requirements of this Code.

5.3. A student who has discovered a violation of the Code is trying to stop it on his own or notifies student self-government bodies and the administration.

5.4. Violation by students of the “Code of Honor” entails disciplinary measures.