In September 2017, 77 students of the Law Department of Osh State University and Economics and Management Department of Talas State University enrolled in a new NPM course “Rule of Law and Nonprofit Sector.” Students of the Kyrgyz National University will enroll in this new NPM course in the spring semester.

Twenty-three professors from 11 universities developed the structure and content of the course, which includes fundamental concepts of the rule of law, its history and values it protects. “Rule of Law and Nonprofit Sector” is the fifth course developed by the professors-members of the Association of NPM Educators with the support of the USAID Collaborative Governance Program. Since 2014, five NPM courses have been developed and introduced into curriculum of 11 universities and offered as electives. In September 2017, about 350 students from seven universities have enrolled to study different NPM courses. 

Photo 1 OSU Law Faculty study 5th Rule of Law and NPS Course

Students of Business and Management Department at Osh State University study with interest the fifth elective NPM course titled “Rule of Law and Nonprofit Sector”  

Photo 2 Baktygul Maksytova 5th NPM Course at Law Faculty OSU 2

Coordinator  of NPM Resource Center at Osh State University and professor of Business and Management Department  Baktygul Maksytova gives a lecture to students on a new course “Rule of Law and NPM Sector”

Photo 3 Professor Jyldyz Aitbaeva Law Dept OSU Sept 2017 2

Professor of Law Department at Osh State University Jyldyz Aitbaeva giving a lecture on a newly launched NPM course “Rule of Law and Nonprofit Sector”, where students receive broader understanding of the “rule of law” concept in the existing environment and the role of the nonprofit sector in the society

Photo 4 Professor Jyldyz Aitbaeva Law Dept OSU Sept 2017

Students of the Law Department at Osh State University study with interest a new course “Rule of Law and NPM Sector” during the lecture of professor Jyldyz Aitbaeva