Presidential Address targets at increasing the population's income
In addition, the speaker said that the important message in the Address of the President of Kazakhstan was the task to set a programme 'Freshly trained heads'.
The information and resource centre of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan held a session of the Scientific and Expert Council of the Assembly of People of Kazakhstan to discuss the Presidental Address 'Growing Welfare of Kazakh citizens: Increase in Income and Quality of Life' as the foundation for strengthening the public accord, BNews.kz correspondent reports.
"This year's Address has its peculiarities as it places attention of the public to increase the population's income. In terms of economy, the issue to increase the well-being associated with the population's income. And the Address includes this aspect. I think this is the issue with a comprehensive consideration," said deputy rector at the Academy of Public Administration under the President of Kazakhstan, doctor of economics Aigul Kosherbayeva.
The speaker also said that the important message in the Address of the President of Kazakhstan was the task to set a programme 'Freshly trained heads'.
"It is gratifying that the Presidential Address places a special responsibility to the Academy of Public Administration under the President of Kazakhstan. We have a task to develop a new 'Freshly trained heads' programme. I would like to note that the Academy has already done a huge work in this direction. There are 6 masters and 4 doctoral programmes running. Among them, the new ones are 'digital public administration', 'master in training on anti-corruption policy'. These programmes aim at freshly trained managers. What is digitalization? What is needed to talk about new managers? What should be taken into account? Work with big data, transformational leadership, management in relation to changes, anti-corruption culture and others. For us, these challenges are of great importance, and we conduct a huge work in this direction," said Aigul Kosherbayeva.