On 25.01.21, the Health Department of the Akimat of Zhambyl region, in accordance with the schedule of medical consultations for the results of 2019-2020, the director of the Zhambyl Higher Medical College, Zh. N.Sarybekova, reported on the work done and tasks for the second half of the 2019-2020 academic year and for the first half of the 2020-2021 academic year. During the reporting meeting took part Deputy chief of the Department of health Mirzakarimov H. S. and College professors.
The director of the college noted that in the 2020-2021 academic year, the contingent of students is 2008 students, of which 1119 students are on the basis of a state order, specialists are trained in 4 specialties, 7 qualifications, the staff of the college employs 210 employees, including 127 teachers, 53 doctors, pharmacists, 83 employees. Career guidance and employment of graduates – 53.5%, attendance in the 2019-2020 academic year-100 %, average score-3.9 quality of education-74 %, academic performance-100 %, the results of independent national testing of graduates-96.7%, which indicates that they are among the top 20 colleges in the republic. In her report, Zhamilia Nurgalievna spoke about the course of professional practice, dual training, social partnership, financing, the material and technical base of the college, the library fund of the college, the achievements of teachers and educational work, the achievements of students, international cooperation, the achievements of the college, the indicator for assessing the quality of educational services, the development strategies of the college and current issues. The College provides distance learning on the “Mirapolis virtual room” platform http://dhmc.zhambyl.kz.
At the end of the report, the deputy head of the Health Department, H. S. Murzakasymov, gave a positive assessment of the work done at the Zhambyl Higher Medical College, noting that this educational institution is always actively involved in various events held in the health sector and is in high demand in the training of secondary medical specialists in the Zhambyl region. In the future, it is necessary to intensify work on providing high-quality education to future specialists, their employment, receiving requests from middle-level specialists from private medical treatment organizations, clinics, and work on further intensive development of the college. The director of the college, Zh. N. Sarybekova, noted that the staff of the college is working hard to fulfill the above-mentioned wishes, in order