Deontological Training of Specialists as the Basis for the State Anti-corruption Strategy

  • Kertayeva Kaliyabanu
  • Meirkulova Aida
Conference paper
Part of the Springer Proceedings in Complexity book series (SPCOM)


The problem of deontological training of specialists as means of ensuring the state’s well-being in general and the strategic tool in anti-corruption policy of the country is looked upon in this article. Thus, as an indicator of the general professional readiness, it should be the complex characteristic containing not only knowledge, abilities, skills, and competence but also the personal qualities providing necessary aspect in professional activity.


Deontology Deontological consciousness Pedagogical deontology Deontological education Corruption Anti-corruption Professional preparation 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Eurasia National University named after Gumilev L.N.AstanaRepublic of Kazakhstan

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