Rules of training students on credit system

RULES OF TRAINING STUDENTS NIMSI ON THE CREDIT SYSTEM

  

one. GENERAL PROVISIONS

 

1.1. The organization of the educational process in the educational structural units of the Medical Medical and Social Institute (hereinafter –NIMSI ) using the ECT S credit system is carried out in accordance with the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic “On Education” dated April 30, 2003 No. 92, Resolution of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic “On Establishing a Two-Level structures of higher vocational education in the Kyrgyz Republic “dated 23.08.2011. No. 496, Decree of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic “On Approval of Regulatory Legal Acts Regulating the Activity of Educational Organizations of Higher and Secondary Vocational Education of the Kyrgyz Republic” dated May 29, 2012 No. 346 and with the regulatory legal acts of the National Institute of Information Technology.

1.2. Definition of the basic concepts used in these Regulations:

Classroom training sessions – classes conducted with the flows and groups of students on a schedule of training sessions: lectures, practical, seminar and laboratory classes.

Remote educational technologies (hereinafter – DOT) – educational technologies, implemented mainly with the use of information and telecommunication technologies in the mediated or incompletely mediated interaction of the learner and the teacher.

An additional session is a period of time after the main session to pass the final control to students who have academic debts.

The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is based on the total labor intensity of student work required for the development of an educational program, the objectives of which are indicated in terms of the obtained learning results, knowledge, skills and abilities (competencies).

The final control is a form of control carried out upon completion of the study of the discipline in the semester.

Competence – a dynamic combination of personal qualities, knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to engage in professional activities in the relevant field;

Credit (credit unit) is a conditional measure of the complexity of the main professional educational program. ECTS credit can be obtained only after performing the necessary work and obtaining an appropriate assessment of the achieved learning outcomes.

The credit system is a systematic way of describing educational programs by assigning loans to its components (disciplines, courses, etc.).

Summer semester – additional training with a duration of up to 2 – 4 weeks for the elimination of academic debt on a fee basis, held during the summer vacation.       

Master’s degree is an academic degree, which is awarded according to the results of certification to persons with an academic bachelor’s degree in the relevant direction and successfully mastered the basic educational programs of higher professional education with a standard term of study of at least two years, and entitles its holders to pursue certain professional activities or continue their studies in graduate school.

The module is a part of the discipline that has a certain logical completeness in relation to the established goals and results of training and education.

The direction of training is a set of educational programs for training personnel with higher professional education (specialists, masters) of various profiles, integrated on the basis of common fundamental training.

The main educational program is a set of educational and methodical documentation regulating the objectives, expected results, content and organization of the implementation of the educational process in the relevant area of ​​training;

The main session is the time period for passing the final control.

Operational control – control over all types of classroom and extracurricular work of students on the disciplinary module, the results of which are evaluated before the mid-term control.

Profile – focus of the main educational program on a specific type and (or) object of professional activity;

Boundary control – check the completeness of knowledge and skills on the module material in general. Boundary control is carried out twice a semester in training sessions in accordance with the approved schedule of the boundary control.

Learning outcomes are competencies acquired as a result of training in the main educational program / module.

Independent work of a student is a combination of all independent activity of students both in the classroom and outside it, both in contact with the teacher and in his absence. Independent work is realized: a) directly in the process of classroom studies (practical, seminars, laboratory classes, etc.); b) in contact with the teacher outside the schedule (advice on training issues, debt elimination, individual tasks, additional classes, etc.) c) without contact with the teacher (in the library, at home, in the hostel, etc.) ..

The current control is the verification of the completeness of knowledge and skills on the materials of the two modules during the semester, which consists of operational, mid-term controls and verification of independent work.                                                                                                       .

1.3. NIMSI implements educational programs of higher professional education, which are distinguished by the presence of separate completed stages in the learning process.

1.4. Training is carried out on professional educational programs in accordance with the State educational standard of the Kyrgyz Republic in the areas (specialties) with the following normative periods of study:

1.5.

Form of study

VPO

specialty

specialty

Full-time education

6 years

5 years

 

 

2.Structure of the school year

2.1. To control the progress of students and the rhythm of their work, the objectivity of the assessment of learning outcomes (competencies), the quality of learning, the school year is divided into two semesters. The average duration of one semester is 16 weeks.

2.2. During the school year, winter and summer holidays are planned with a total duration of at least ten weeks (winter holidays at least 2 weeks).

2.3. The practice is organized during the school year according to the schedule of the educational process, as a rule, after theoretical training.

2.4. Final state certification is provided from 1 to 4 weeks.

2.5. The semester is structurally (in accordance with the schedule of the educational process) as a rule, from:

– installation session for students.

– theoretical training;

– practice;

– current control;

– final control;

– final state certification;

– holidays.

3 credit system ECT S

3.1. The credit system is based on the overall workload of student work required for the development of an educational program, the objectives of which are to obtain learning outcomes – competencies.

3.2. Credits are assigned to each discipline included in the curriculum , except for the discipline “Physical Education”, which is not calculated in the ECT S credits.

3.3. The complexity of all types of student work is set in loans ECT S , with 1 credit ECT S is assumed to be 30 academic hours for HPE

3.4. Academic hour is 50 minutes. classroom time.

3.5. The complexity of the program is:

 Specialty – 360 ECT credits, training program,

3.6. A student’s total workload in credits is:

 for full-time studies – 30 credits per semester and 60 credits per academic year;

3.7. Students can earn fewer credits per semester (academic year) than is set for mastering the educational program of the corresponding period, but not less than 45 credits per academic year for full-time education

 

four. TECHNOLOGY OF EDUCATION AND EVALUATION

4.1. Credit training system involves the use of :

 interactive, innovative and information technologies of training (case studies, business games, trainings, debates, round tables, seminars, etc.);

 technical, multimedia learning tools in the organization of the educational process;

 electronic resources;

 modular rating system for assessing learning outcomes;

 strengthening the CDS in the development of the educational program. In this case, the entire volume of CPC must be confirmed by tasks.

4.2. In each semester, classes are held on a schedule, which is coordinated with the faculty (hereinafter referred to as teachers), the Office of Academic Policy and the organization of the educational process and approved by the head of the structural unit. The types of studies in disciplines and their volume in ECT S hours and credits are determined by the curriculum.

4.3. Full-time students are required to attend all classes included in the schedule. The attendance records are kept in a special group journal by the teacher conducting the classes. The journal is kept in the training section and is issued to the elder every day before the start of classes.

4.4. The student is obliged for the absences of classes to appear in the educational unit and explain in writing the reasons for missing the class.In case of illness, the student provides a medical certificate issued by a student clinic. The absence of a student for other reasons (family circumstances, a call to the military enlistment office, investigating authorities, etc.) must be documented.

4.5. During the semester, the teacher conducts ongoing monitoring of student learning outcomes. The exception is the discipline “Physical Education”, course work and all kinds of practices, which are carried out only the final control of the results of student learning.

4.6. Academic Achievements – the learning outcomes (competencies) of students are evaluated on a 100-point system and can be related to the ECT S system, as well as the corresponding four-point system.

4.7. The academic rating of students is based on the results of the mid-term and final control.

4.8. A student who has received the final grade “unsatisfactory” according to the results of the academic year for the discipline has the right to re-take the exam during LAZ

4.9. The results of student learning, its rating is estimated on a 100 – point scale. The rating score of the current and final control is no more than 60% (60 points is 60 per 1 module and 60 points for 2 module,), the arithmetic average score is 60 and the remaining 40% (40 points) is the final control according to the following diagram 1.

Scheme 1.

4.10. The final assessment of the student’s learning results consists of the sum of the current control for the semester in the discipline and the final control in the following proportion:

 

Current control

Total control

60%

40%

The maximum number of points in the disciplines is 100 points.

 

five. CURRENT CONTROL.

5.1. Current control consists of operational control, assessment of students’ independent work, mid-term control.

5.2. Operational monitoring of student learning results is carried out daily in seminars, practical and laboratory classes. The forms and methods of operational control of the discipline are determined by the teacher.

5.3. Boundary control of the results of training in the module is carried out in the form of written work / computer testing / oral survey / in a combined form. Forms and methods of carrying out the boundary control are determined at the meeting of the CMD of the faculty.

5.4. The schedule of midterm control is compiled in accordance with the schedule of the educational process of the structural unit.

5.5. The results of all components of the current control are put on the electronic statement by the teacher himself within five working days from the date specified in the schedule of the boundary control. The sheet is printed, signed by the head. educational part of the institute and the teacher.

5.6. In case of late filling of the electronic sheet, the teacher writes an explanatory note addressed to the head of the educational part of the institute stating the reason; the training unit prepares a report addressed to the head of the CMD to open an electronic database for making assessments.

5.7. Operational control is carried out in on – line mode.

6 Total control

6.1. The final control is one of the main forms of monitoring the results and quality of training and aims to evaluate the student’s work for the semester, the degree of assimilation of theoretical knowledge, skills of independent work, the ability to synthesize their knowledge and apply them in solving practical, professional tasks.

6.2. The number of exams and tests in a semester, as a rule, should not exceed 8.

6.3. The final control is carried out according to the approved schedule in accordance with the schedule of the educational process .

6.4. The schedule of the final control is drawn up at the institute, agreed with the teachers and the management of academic policy and organization of the educational process, approved by the head of the structural division of the IIMSI is brought to the attention of teachers and students no later than 2 weeks before the start of the final control.

6.5. One day is allowed for one exam with a duration of not more than 3 hours. In one day, it is allowed to hold two exams with a duration of no more than 2 hours of one exam for re-taking the exam (at an additional session, in the summer semester).

6.6. Early delivery of the final control is allowed in exceptional cases with the permission of the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs on the submission of the report head. educational part, envious department and a written statement of the student with the obligatory indication of the reason and its documentary confirmation.

6.7. Students who have no financial indebtedness and scored more than 30 points for current control are allowed to pass the final control.

6.8. Students who score less than 30 points of current control are not allowed to pass the final control. They have the opportunity to re-study in the summer semester on a paid basis, while the previous rating is reset and a new rating is formed.

6.9. The presence on the final control of unauthorized persons who are not related to the educational process, without the permission of the Rector of the Institute or the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs is not allowed.

6.10. Offset is provided as a form of final control only for the discipline “Physical Culture” The results of the tests are also evaluated on a 100-point scale in accordance with Appendix 1 .

6.11. A student who has not completed the practice to the final control is not allowed and is considered to have academic debt. In this case, students are sent to practice again.

6.12. The oral form of the final control is carried out by a lecturer with the obligatory participation of an assistant teacher in the training group in accordance with the approved schedule. Examination tickets for the discipline are compiled by the teacher and approved by the head of the department.

6.12.1. The written form of the final control is carried out on special forms, in the study group or stream. All written examinations are conducted only with the participation and under the supervision of observers. During the exam sessions, each full-time teacher is required to participate as an observer during the exams (written form) according to schedule. The list of observers for the exam is compiled by the head of the institute, the department heads and is approved together with the schedule of the exam session (no more than six times per session (no more than two times in one day)).

A student is required to attend the exam 10 minutes before it begins, and have a pen (with blue or black paste), a pencil, a ruler, a rubber band, and wear a gown and cap, allowed by the examiner. It is forbidden to be on the final control with mobile phones and other electronic devices.

A student must enter a student ID card or other identity document upon entering the audience.

Access to the classroom is terminated after the distribution of special forms with the exam tasks.

Within two hours, students are not allowed to leave the audience. With an exam duration of more than two hours, students, if necessary, may qualify, and it is necessary to pass the examination form to an observer.

During the exam, students can use reference books and other benefits allowed by the examiner.

Written works are opened by the teacher after checking and evaluating in the presence of the vice-rector for educational work or the head of the department.

The written work of the final control is stored in the training section until the end of the training.

The teacher forms the examination tickets in a quantity sufficient for a one-time written exam, approved by the head of the department and sealed in an envelope.

6.12.2. 20 minutes before the start of the exam, the observer should receive a sealed envelope with exam papers, special forms and security sheets at the institute. Ensure that the envelope is sealed tightly and there are no signs of opening.

6.12.3. In the presence of students, the observer is obliged to personally open the envelope with the tasks and questions, after which he distributes them to the students.

6.12.4. Observers should verify the list of students (reference list) compiled by the curator of the course with those present at the exam, collect signatures of students on the reference list; red core mark missing students – n / a;strictly follow discipline in the audience. The observer is forbidden to leave the audience during the exam; prompting students.

6.12.5. Students should leave bags, books and other accessories in a designated area, mobile phones must be turned off and removed from the desktop.

6.12.6. Written works are carried out on special forms, indicating the full name, group , course, faculty, the date of the exam and the name of the discipline. After filling, the corner of the form is sealed on a mandatory basis and the institute is stamped.

6.12.7. The curator’s structural subdivisions hand over the original attendance sheet with student signatures to a specialist in managing the academic policy and organization of the educational process on the day of the exam.

6.12.8. When receiving written work, the teacher is obliged to recalculate the number of works for compliance with an inquiry sheet for the discipline.

6.12.9. Written work should be checked only by the red core in the study area, from where it is strictly prohibited to take out work. For the safety and authenticity of the written work, observers and testing teachers are personally liable.

12/6/10. In case of violation of the examinations – being late or absent from the exam without during and after the examinations, availability of written off works, replacement or introduction of changes to the examination form after the end of the exam, the observer is liable along with other persons who committed the indicated violations.

6.13. If a student does not agree with the results of the written exam assessment, he or she has the right to appeal to the head of the NIMSI structural unit within 3 days after the announcement of the results in this discipline. For the consideration of the appeal by the head of the faculty, a commission is created consisting of at least three teachers, including the examiner who assessed, chaired by the head of the department or his deputy. The commission evaluates the student’s written response given to them earlier. If the commission comes to the conclusion that the student’s response deserves a positive assessment, this mark is put on the examination sheet. The assessment made by the commission is final.

6.14. At the end of the examination session, the grades are given final grades by the teacher himself. Entries in the record book are checked by the educational part and certified by the signature of the head and seal of the structural division of NIMSI.

6.15. The use of documents, notes, books, mobile and other electronic devices that are not allowed by the examiner, talking during an examination or set-off, cheating, tactless behavior, rudeness, etc., is the reason for removing a student from the examination (test). In this case, the observer draws up a “protocol of violation” , signs it with other observers (if present), and transmits it to the head of the AIMSI structural unit. The student receives “0” points for this exam, but continues to pass the rest of the exams.

6.16. If the discipline was studied during the whole academic year, then the final grade is formed as follows:

 The current control is calculated as an arithmetic average of the results of two semesters;

 Final control is held in the summer session .

 

 

7 Additional session

An additional session is a period of time after the main session, provided for re-taking exams or passing missed exams.

If the student did not pass the final control during the examination session, he is given the opportunity to pass them during the additional session in accordance with the schedule.

The basis for admission of the student to retake the final control is the exam retake passport for the exam. The retake statement shall indicate the name and initials of the student and teacher, the name of the discipline.

Modules are not redeemed, as current / boundary control implies continuous, systematic control of students’ knowledge during a certain time.

 

eight. Transfer students from course to course

8.1. To transfer students to the next course, a credit accumulation system is used.

8.2. Students who have fully complied with the requirements of the curriculum for this course, have successfully passed all exams, tests and scored 60 ECT S credits for full-time studies, are transferred to the next course by order.

8.3. . A student who does not pass the discipline of re-study within the prescribed period shall be deducted from the course to which he was transferred. Students who scored at the end of the school year (after providing the opportunity to eliminate academic debt in a timely manner) less than 60 credits are deducted from the National Institute of Information Technology (ISIMI) or, upon application, remain on a repeated course on a contract basis.

The annexes show sample documents of the regulations.

Appendix 1 – Scale of assessment of learning outcomes

Appendix 2 – Sample certificate for payment for academic debt

Appendix 3 – Rating Script

Appendix 4 – Sample Schedule of Boundary Control

Appendix 5 – EXAM STATEMENT

Appendix 6 – PRACTICE STATEMENT No.

Appendix 7 – Sample of Appeal

Appendix 8 – Reference Form

Appendix 9 – EXAM LIST for module (slider)

Appendix 10 – Examination sheet for the exam (slider)

Appendix 11- Examination record