Politics • 29 April, 2019

Askar Mamin instructs to ensure timely commissioning dormitory places for students

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At the meeting of the Government chaired by the Prime Minister Askar Mamin, the issue of providing students with a dormitories as part of Elbasy’s Five Social Initiatives was considered.

Reports were presented by Minister of Education and Science Kulyash Shamshidinova, akims of the Zhambyl region, the cities of Nur-Sultan, Shymkent, where there is an active construction of dormitories and whose experience can be replicated in other regions.

Government of Kazakhstan had a task to ensure the introduction of new student dormitories for 75 thousand places by the end of 2022. To address the needs, a financial model has been developed, which implies the commissioning of hostels at the expense of own funds of educational institutions or an investor and the placement of a state order after commissioning. For entrepreneurs, all the conditions. The interest rate of banks is reduced to 7%, construction rules are simplified, government order is financially secured.

Prime Minister Mamin noted positive intermediate results. By the end of this year, it is expected to enter more than 9 thousand places, with a plan of 5 thousand places.

“To achieve a high level of higher education, it is necessary to create living conditions for students,” said Askar Mamin.

The head of the Government instructed to develop detailed plans for the commissioning of dormitories and ensure execution. It is necessary to organize work with investors. The construction of hostels should be continued through joint efforts within the framework of a public-private partnership. At the same time, it is important to adhere to the existing mechanism, since there will be no additional funding from the budget for the construction of dormitories.

“Akims, together with the rectors and heads of educational institutions, to intensify work on building student dormitories, ensure timely input of the planned facilities, stop the practice of developing expensive design and estimate documentation,” Mamin instructed.

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