Ministry of education approved the procedure for issuing diplomas and gold medals
The Ministry of education of the Russian Federation approved the procedure for the issuance of certificates for graduates of 9th and 11th classes of schools and awarding medals "For special successes in the doctrine" this year, the relevant documents published on the official Internet portal of legal information.
Earlier, the Minister of education Sergey Kravtsov said that all the graduates will receive certificates by 15 June, the exam will take only those who entered the University, and the gold medal alumni will receive the results of the assessment in the certificate, without taking into account the scores of the exam.
"A certificate of basic General education and its Annex is issued to persons who completed training on educational programs of General education and having a final mark not lower than "satisfactory" in all academic subjects from the curriculum, taught at the level of basic General education, and the result is "pass" for the final interview in the Russian language", - stated in the document that defines the procedure for issuing certificates to graduates of the 9th classes.
Also according to this document, to obtain a certificate for the first 11 years of study must have grades not lower than "satisfactory" in all academic subjects of the curriculum studied at the secondary level of General education, and the result is "pass" for the final essay (statement).
It is noted that the graduate the right to ask the school to send him a digital copy of the document, if it for some reason currently can't take the original.
In addition, the Ministry approved two orders, according to which the state final examination, the results of which are issued school certificates, and in 9th and 11th grades take the form of interim evaluation.
"Medal "For special successes in the doctrine" is awarded to individuals who completed training on educational programs of secondary General education and with the final mark "excellent" in all subjects studied in accordance with the curriculum," reads another order of Ministry.