Council of Young Scientists has been founded in Kazakhstan
It is noted that young specialists will work out proposals for public policies in the area of scientific and technical activity.
The Council of Young Scientists has been established in Kazakhstan, such an order was issued by the Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan as of December 14 this year. Acting Vice Minister of Education and Science of Kazakhstan Askhat Aimagambetov has shared on his Facebook.
"The Council's main mission is to involve young scientists in developing proposals for the implementation of public policies in the area of scientific scientific-technical activity, as well as for the commercialization of the results of scientific and technical activity - matters affecting the activities of young scientists, as well as others," shared Askhat Aimagambetov.
He noted that the Council's composition will be formed and approved by the Ministry taking into consideration the recommendations of the Council of Young Scientists of scientific organizations, higher education institutions, and candidates from public associations of young scientists.
"The Council will be set up in a well-balanced manner, involving representatives of both science and the organizations. And on top of the age and academic degree, very great demands will be put on its members: the h-index, international experience, experience in managing scientific projects, scientific results implemented," said the Acting Vice Minister of the Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan.
Aimagambetov has outlined that young scientists could develop and recommend tangible solutions to certain issues, including developing and agreeing on the legal acts affecting young scientists' activity, working out the recommendations on policies for developing staff skills, and professional development of young scientists, recommendations on rewards.
"In addition to having direct contact and hearing proposals, it is also essential to engage young scientists in developing solutions. Earlier Minister Yerlan Sagadiyev gave the instruction, and now we have such an instrument," he said.