The Committee on Science and Education recommends Parliament to restore the violated rights of students, thereby supporting the proposal of Member of Ukrainian Parliament Valeriy Pysarenko regarding the establishment of a minimum amount of scholarships and increasing the number of those who can receive them.
During the last meeting in 2017, the committee introduced a draft resolution on the adoption of the draft law as a basis for a parliamentarian.
The document returns the norm that the minimum academic and social scholarships can not be less than the subsistence minimum, and for applicants with a junior bachelor's degree of 2/3 of the subsistence minimum.
In addition, it is established that the scholarship fund should ensure the payment of academic scholarships at least 2/3 and not more than 75% of full-time students studying for state budget funds, without taking into account people who receive social scholarships.
As Valeriy Pysarenko points out, in 2016, contrary to the requirements of Article 22 of the Constitution, these norms were abolished and / or made dependent on the decisions of the Government, the constitutionally guaranteed rights of students to receive scholarships. And now the parliament must restore social justice.