В соответствии с приказом Министерства образования и науки РФ от 11 февраля 2013 г., N 80
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Problems? Let’s tackle them together!


October 11, Administration of KSPA met active students to talk to them about problems.
Traditionally, KSPA administration meets students to give answers to burning issues, define problems that should be resolved.
Students, vice-deans, staff of the department of work with students, head of students’ trade union, student council and representatives of administration, and Sergey Grippa gathered together in the Main Hall of the Academy.
The meeting started with a speech of Natalya Burdugova, vice-rector. She told about scholarships, organization of learning process, financial and technical supply of the Academy. Natalya Burdugova in her speech tried to answer questions addressed by students before the meeting. She also informed that the administration is aware of all problems of student life and is determined to resolve them, cooperate with the trade union and Council. Vice Rector Sergey Terentyev, Head HR Veronica Sinyavskaya, Head of ICT unit Svetlana Markelova, Head of Student TV-lab Sergey Ivashov, Library Director Larisa Pavlechko and student council Oksana Bychkova also answered some questions.
Most questions were related to hostel rules and nutrituion. Rector Sergey Grippa described the process of settling disputes and pointed that students can address to the Rector when needed.
Students were offered to attend a separate meeting with the head of ICT unit is order to discuss issues of IT support.
Roman Alexeev, head of student science group, invited students to join them.
A two-hour talk was both constructive and emotional. Issues to be settled were defined, and special measures for improvement of students’ life were planned.