United Russia proposes to introduce to students-state mandatory distribution
United Russia Deputy Sergei Vostretsov in the Duma introduced a bill under which students universities will be required over several years to work in state institutions and authorities. In the Duma Committee on labor, social policy and veterans ‘ Affairs believe that this initiative “is unlikely to be supported by the government and employers”.
State Duma Deputy Sergei Vostretsov (“United Russia”) has submitted to the lower house of the Parliament a bill to introduce a mechanism that would “address the issues of employment of graduates”.
The MP proposes to introduce a mandatory “testing” for all graduates-state employees in state organizations or authorities at least four years. If employment in government agencies former student does not intend to, he “would be obliged to compensate in full for the state costs associated with the provision of measures of social support and training.”
According to the author of the bill, such cooperation of employers and universities need to “reduce unemployment among graduates”.
“Government and employers will be interested if the citizen of his training will be paid for by the state, and the employer will be obliged to provide a place of employment in which the graduate must work at least four to six years”, — stated in the explanatory note to the bill. Calls to “Kommersant” Sergey Vostretsov wasn’t answering.
However, the state Duma Committee on labor, social policy and Affairs of veterans believe that employers are “unlikely to support” such changes in the law.
This initiative is an attempt “to return to the practice of the Soviet period in the conditions of market economy”, told “Kommersant” the head of the Duma Committee on labor, social policy and veterans ‘ Affairs Yaroslav Nilov (LDPR).
According to the Deputy, mandatory employment will not solve the problem of unemployment.
“For future graduates need additional regulatory elements: career guidance in school, practical training in the University,” said Mr. Niles. However, he noted that mandatory employment can be effective for individual specialties.