Education and Professional Employment in the U.S.S.R.

Front Cover
National Academies, 1961 - Education - 856 pages
0 Reviews
  

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Related books

Contents

services in the U S S R s national budget
62
SOVIET PRIMARY AND SECONDARY
71
General aims of Soviet primary and secondary education
77
Adult education and alternative equivalents to secondary general
90
Boarding schools
97
Curricula
103
62
114
Politics atheism and moral education
119
Extracurricular activities and partisan youth organizations in Soviet
125
Quantitative trends in Soviet primary and secondary schools
130
Enrollment in the system of Soviet
132
Enrollment in Soviet semiprofession
142
The teaching staff in Soviet primary and secondary schools
150
Chapter III
155
The Soviet system of vocationaltechnical education
156
Secondary semiprofessional educationgeneral setting
162
Quantitative trends in Soviet semiprofessional education
185
al schools by field 192955
188
Average annual number of Soviet
198
Semiprofessional school facilities and teaching staffs
203
Chapter IV
207
Administrative subordination of Soviet higher educational
223
IV8
226
Types of instruction programs enrollments and parttime education
229
higher education by type of program
232
Entrance requirements supply and selection of applicants in Soviet higher education
242
Current admission procedures
243
The selection of higher education stu dents in historical perspective
246
Recent changes and debate on the selection of higher education students
248
Entrance examinations
256
Supply of applicants and first year admissions
258
Firstyear admissions by type of program and field of study
265
Distribution of firstyear entering stu
266
Instruction programs in Soviet higher educational establishments
274
Instruction programs in Soviet universities
276
University programs in physics
277
University program in chemistry
280
University program in the humanitiesRussian language and literature
281
University program in a social sciencepolitical economy
282
Engineering educationgeneral aspects
283
Electrical engineering
285
Chemical engineering
287
Civil engineering
288
Operations and maintenance engineering and other programs
290
Engineering economics and management
291
Industrial practice in Soviet engineering programs
292
Engineering thesisthe diploma project
293
Medicine
294
Veterinary medicine
295
Examinations and grading
305
Textbooks
308
The use of movies as a new instructional device
309
Laboratory equipment and research facilities
310
Student accommodations
311
Quantitative trends in Soviet higher education
313
Composition of higher education
329
The placement of Soviet professional graduates
360
ADVANCED DEGREES AND SOVIET RESEARCH
373
Award procedures for the doctor degree
383
Quantitative aspects of advanced training and the award
392
Composition of research and academic personnel RAP
409
Soviet research establishments and the employment of RAP
422
Reorganization of the Soviet research and development establishment
428
EMPLOYMENT OF PROFESSIONAL AND SPE
437
Total number of graduates and the employment of Soviet higher
443
Proportion of women among Soviet U S S R
447
VII3 Total number and active employ cialization as of 1927 and 1957
460
Growth of the Soviet work force of workers and employees
462
Award of second advanced degree Soviet higher education graduates
469
The Soviet intelligentsia and professional and semiprofessional
481
Leading administrative managerial and specialized personnel in
485
488489 1959 507
488
Soviet industrial employment and managerial administrative
496
Historical trend in the proportion of specialists with formal train
502
The total number of Soviet graduates
508
Leading personnel ETMP and specialists in construction
517
Employment leading personnel and higher education graduates
523
Social aspects of Soviet professional manpower
529
Professional wages and incentives
537
POSTSCRIPT
547
Appendix IERL Soviet laws on the Table IID1 Total number of teachers
555
and the 14 other union republics 556 mary and secondary school teachers
575
Table IIIA2 Relative proportion of 192860 636637
599
Table IIB4 General curriculum of General note to tables IIIA1A
610
General note to tables IVB4 0806 730
627
Appendix IIIB1 Specialties offered in IVAlE and IVAlG
642
Table IIIB3B Reconstructed techni Table IVA2 Graduation rates in
651
Table IVAO Distribution by previous cational establishments
677
Table IVB10 Mechanical engineer Supplement 1 to table IVB17
725
Table IVB21A Curriculum of inter position of Soviet research and aca
765
VIA2SP composition of
777
Table VA4 Number and distribution omy of the U S S R by branch specialty
781
Appendix VIW Quotations of monthly
810
BIBLIOGRAPHY
815
INDEX
837
796
845
799
852

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

References to this book

All Book Search results »

Bibliographic information