Analysis Of 'indian Camp' By Ernest Hemingway

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Казахско-Русский Международный университет – один из первых не государственных высших учебных заведений в Республике Казахстан, образованный в 1994 году.
Свой нынешний статус и название университет приобрел в 2001 году. Название университета было дано по предложению Президента Республики Казахстан Назарбаева Н.А., высказанного во время церемонии открытия главного учебного корпуса 21 августа 1998 года в соответствии с Декларацией о вечной дружбе и сотрудничестве между Казахстаном и Россией, ориентированной в XXI столетие.

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КРМУ располагает мощной материально-технической базой, которая является прочным фундаментом для организации учебной, научно-исследовательской и воспитательной работы. 80% выпускников вуза трудится на республиканском, российском и международном рынках труда.

1. Организация научно-исследовательской и научно-методической деятельности.

Научная работа является одним из важнейших видов деятельности профессорско-преподавательского состава и студентов университета. Проведение научной работы в вузе обеспечивает непрерывное совершенствование учебно-воспитательного процесса на основе фундаментальных и прикладных исследований по направлениям подготовки специалистов и внедрение в образовательную деятельность современных методик и педагогических технологий.

Научно-исследовательская и научно-методическая направления деятельности вуза неотделимы от задач развития Казахско-Русского Международного университета как учебно-научно-инновационного комплекса, необходимости установления его тесных связей между научным, учебным и инновационным сегментами.
Нормативно-правовая база научной, научно-исследовательской и научно-методической работы КРМУ:
• Государственная программа развития образования в Республике Казахстан на 2005-2010 годы;
• проект «Закона об образовании» (новая редакция);
• Стратегия индустриально-инновационного развития РК до 2015 года, утвержденная Указом Президента Республики Казахстан от 17.05.2003г. за № 1096;
• Послание Главы государства народу Казахстана от 3 марта 2006 года «Стратегия вхождения Казахстана в число пятидесяти наиболее конкурентоспособных стран мира. Казахстан на пороге нового рывка вперед в своем развитии»;
• Послание Президента Республики народу Казахстана от 28 февраля 2007 г «Новый Казахстан в новом мире»;
• Концепция совершенствования системы подготовки и аттестации научных и научно-педагогических кадров в РК до 2010 года;
• «Правила лицензирования образовательной деятельности» (с уточнениями и изменениями);
• «Положение о послевузовском образовании» от 21.06.06;
• Программа и методические рекомендации по организации проведения государственной аттестации  и проверки организаций, реализующих образовательные программы высшего профессионального и послевузовского профессионального образования, на соблюдение  требований, содержащихся в лицензии.

Заключение договоров о научном сотрудничестве. Научная деятельность КРМУ ведется в широком аспекте. Этому свидетельствует сотрудничество университета с огромным количеством образовательных учреждений и предприятий.
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