Research work of students
Scientific and Research Work of Students (SRWS)
The scientific research work of students (SRWS) is part of the overall educational process and is included in the content of all studied disciplines and types of training sessions.
The purpose of the SRWS is a the creation of permanent, stable and effective research activities of students, teaching them principles of scientific research in accordance with international practice, improving the quality of SRWS at the al-Farabi Kazakh National University
1) attracting students to participate in research work;
2) development the skills of creative professional thinking by mastering the scientific methods of cognition and research.
3) ensuring the unity of educational, scientific and innovative processes with the formation and development of creative abilities, improving the professional and creative preparation of students, improving the forms of attracting students to scientific research;
3) to contribute to the comprehensive development of the student's personality, a development of his / her objective self-esteem, the acquisition of work skills in creative teams, familiarization with organizational and innovative activities;
4) providing students with the opportunity to realize their abilities in solving urgent problems of modern science;
Forms of research work of students:
1. Educational-research work (ERW) is performed directly through study of the disciplines during the academic year.
2. Individual research work (IRW), performed in faculty, department and inter-departmental student scientific societies (SSO), clubs and unions.
3. Applied educational, scientific and practical activities (AESPA), performed directly through the study of disciplines curriculum in the SSO or independently.
The main organizational and mass activities of the SRWS are:
-contracts of student business projects;
- competitions of scientific works of students;
- student scientific conferences;
-university and republican student scientific Olympiads;
-exhibitions of scientific and technical creativity of students;
- Student scientific festivals;
-university, republican, international debates;
- Round tables;
- Meetings with leading scientists, and etc.