Independent testing of graduates of higher educational institutions will not be conducted so far in Kyrgyzstan. The Parliament rejected the amendments to the Law On Education today in the first reading.
The bill was to deprive universities of a license, if the testing result of more than a half of its graduates is below the threshold, and graduates, who failed the final test, were proposed to be left without a diploma.
The document was put for re-voting several times.
The initiator of the bill, Altynai Omurbekova, intends to finalize the document and submit it to the Parliament in six months.