Ensuring financial stability and further development of the university during a post-crisis situation.
The FD main objectives are the accounting, performance of financial obligations under agreements and contracts, control of the economical use of material and financial resources.
Objectives and activities of department:
• Planning of financial and economic activities based on the needs of the university;
• Develop and monitor the implementation of the development plan for a 5 year period;
• accounting in accordance with the Law "On Accounting and Financial Reporting» № 234-III, dated 28 February 2007;
• The organization of accounting in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and the accounting policies of the University, developed in view to the characteristics of the university;
• Forming the Financial Accounting, based on clarity, relevance, reliability, transparency and comparability;
• Law "On Education" 27.07.2007g. № 319-III (with amendments as on 09.01.2012 year);
• Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan;
• Law "On Accounting and Financial Reporting» № 234-III, dated 28 February 2007;
• State Programme of Education of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2011 - 2020 years.;
• Development Program at the University of 2012 - 2014 years.;
• The quality policy of Semipalatinsk State University named after Shakarim, edition number 6 dated 02.12.2010;
• University norm. Provisions of subdivisions. General requirements. STU-042-RSE 4MSP;
• Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On taxes and other obligatory payments to the budget";
• The development plan for the University 2012 - 2016 years.;
• Job descriptions of department, edition number four IDO42-11.3.00.01;
1. Preservation of the cash inflows from the state budget and off-budget sources at the level of 2008.
2. Ensuring other parts together with proper and effective use of human and financial resources.
3. Participation in the planning and ongoing planning of financial and economic activities of the university, including the improvement of the material-technical base, infrastructure, differentiated pay and rewards faculty and staff.
4. Lack of critical inconsistencies in supervisory audit of the quality management system of the international company SGS.
5. Passage of institutional and international accreditation.