Please accept our congratulations, you have become a student of the Pavlodar Higher College of Management.
A distinctive feature of our college is the spirit of collegiality, mutual respect for each other and students as individuals.
The mission of our college is to train highly qualified specialists in the field of information technology and economics, who are able to successfully adapt to the labor market.
We expect our student to become a successful specialist and therefore act correctly :
– follows our traditions and code of honor;
– fulfills the working curriculum within the established time frame;
– shows interest in science;
– participates in the work of youth organizations.
The college creates all the conditions for successful and creative training of students in their chosen specialty. Our goal is to help you realize your full potential.
From the first days, a curator will start working with you, who will help you determine the trajectory of training and solve all the problems that arise.
Be sure that you will always find support, mutual understanding, new friends and, most importantly, deep valuable knowledge for life.
STUDENT HONOR CODE
Article 2. The student treats the elders with respect, does not allow rudeness towards others and shows feelings for socially vulnerable people and, as far as possible, takes care of them.Article 1. The student strives to become a worthy citizen of the Republic of Kazakhstan, a professional in the chosen specialty, to develop the best qualities of a creative personality.
Article 3. The student is a model of decency, culture and morality, is intolerant of immorality, discrimination on the basis of gender, national or religious grounds.
Article 4. The student leads a healthy lifestyle and refrains from bad habits.
Article 5. The student respects the traditions of the college, protects its property, does not allow vandalism.
Article 6. The student recognizes as necessary and useful any activity aimed at the development of creative activity, increasing the level of corporate culture and strengthening the image of the college.
Article 7. Outside of the college, the student always remembers that he is the representative of the college and makes every effort not to lose his honor and dignity.
Article 8. The student must look neat, the appearance must comply with ethical standards and must not interfere with academic activities, distract attention from the educational process.
Article 9. The student is conscientious about learning and all forms of knowledge control, considering dishonesty, negligence and dishonesty in the learning process unacceptable.
TIPS FOR A FRESHMAN
While you are not well versed in the numbering of offices, make it a rule to come 10-15 minutes earlier. If you are not late for class, you will not violate the internal rules that are common to all students.
You need to know the curator by sight. This is exactly the person who will help you quickly solve various issues. At the first meeting, write down his last name, first name, patronymic, contact phone number. Tell the curator about your achievements, what you can do, what you can do, share with him your thoughts about what you want to prove yourself in.
On the first day, find the class schedule of your group on the information board (remember the code of the specialty and course) and rewrite it. We do not recommend using the first notebook that comes to hand for this purpose. Create a diary (in any format) to record important information. The college schedule may change, so double-check it again.
With a notebook in your hands, go around the entire college building. Find out what time the canteen is open. Create chat groups with your fellow students, write down phone numbers and email addresses. Do not hesitate to call them to clarify the schedule, to warn them about their absence from class.
The college library has educational literature that will help you prepare for classes in a high-quality way. There is also an electronic reading room. The library is served upon presentation of a student ID card.
You should have a separate notebook for each subject. On the back of the cover, write down the last name, first name and patronymic of the teacher leading the subject. Keep your notes accurate and timely. Remember that the notebook characterizes the student. Also, “in reserve” put the pens in the bag. It is useful to carry colored markers to highlight important information.
Remember that the preparation for the session begins with the first lesson. Systematically study subjects: regularly study notes, independently read additional material, work through the most difficult questions.
In the classroom, work actively: speak with additions, clarifications, ask questions. In case of difficulties, contact the teacher. Do your homework every time.
Don’t miss classes! Remember that there is a strict record of those present and absent. If you missed a school day for a good or disrespectful reason, you will have to work out every lesson. In case of illness, study the missed topics on your own every day to get an individual task on the way out and complete it successfully.
Behave yourself. Be correct, courteous in dealing with others. Respect other people’s opinions.
Live and think positively. Do not waste your energy on unnecessary experiences. Show yourself in the student life! Show your talents! Remember that you need to combine academic and social work. Be an active participant in events, contests, and viewing events.