Rector of Serbian University Slavko Vuksha spoke about N.Nazarbayev's article on modernization of public consciousness

18 April 2017, 18:36
Фото: egemen.kz

Rector Alfa BK University (Belgrade), Professor Slavko Vuksa, having read the article "The Future: Modernization of Public Consciousness" by the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, noted that the document clearly outlines the guidelines necessary for the country's further successful development.

"I, as a representative of the scientific and educational sphere, especially impressed that the Head of Kazakhstan attaches paramount importance to education, which acts as one of the important factors in achieving the goals of entering the country among the 30 most developed countries in the world," S. Vuksa said.

Nursultan Nazarbayev notes that the components of the success of each citizen depend on his inner concentration, the permanent desire to gain new knowledge, constant work on himself. Nowadays, it becomes an axiom of compulsory knowledge of modern communication technologies, foreign languages ​​through which a person can receive new information, learn the experience of others and use all this for the benefit of his state.

The professor also spoke about the "Bolashak" program:

"I consider the Bolashak program to be unique, thanks to which thousands of young Kazakhstanis on an accessible basis are educated in the best universities in the world. There are few countries that create a pool of highly educated modern specialists capable of applying the knowledge gained in practice."

According to S. Vuksa, the pledge of successful development of any country is highly educated and mobile people, who can quickly adapt in the conditions of the modern world. Everyone should have a clear understanding that investing in education, focusing on the bottom line, against conventional swimming downstream will ensure both its high demand and the successful development of society as a whole.

"I want to share the statement of the great Serbian scientist of world importance - Nikola Tesla: "Do you know the expression "you can not jump above your head"? It's a delusion. A person can do everything, " S. Vuksa said in conclusion.