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Almaty colleges fined students for absenteeism and withheld 4.5 million tenge from scholarships to the trade Union

Almaty colleges fined students for absenteeism and withheld 4.5 million tenge from scholarships to the trade Union

Almaty colleges fined students for absenteeism and withheld 4.5 million tenge from scholarships to the trade Union

Almaty Prosecutor's office returned money to students whose money was taken by colleges.

Almaty illegally fined College students to write off their scholarship contributions to the Union.

The Prosecutor's office of Almaty revealed that some colleges illegally fine students for their absence from classes. Several other colleges impose disciplinary measures on their students. After verification by a special Supervisory body, the right to impose penalties on students was removed from the regulatory documents of these colleges.

"Under the act of supervision, the rights of 473 College students were restored, the amount of the fine in the amount of 3 million tenge was reimbursed to students," the Almaty Prosecutor's office said.

The Prosecutor's office also revealed the facts of illegal retention of part of the scholarships of more than 4,000 College students in favor of the trade Union in the amount of 4.5 million tenge. The Prosecutor's office clarified that this is a trade Union of employees, not a student organization. This money will eventually be returned to the students of these colleges, since they are not employees. The trade Union concerns only working people and is aimed at protecting the employee from violation of the law by the employer.


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