December 27, 2020

Regulations on the All-Union Communist Institute of Journalism.

 "Pravda" at the Central Executive Committee of the USSR

1934.03.27

I. General provisions.

All-Union Communist Institute of Journalism. Pravda is affiliated with the Central Executive Committee of the USSR and is under the jurisdiction of the Committee for the Management of Scientists and Educational Institutions of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR.

The Institute has as its task the training of qualified workers in the press and the retraining of executives of the regional, regional, district and political department newspapers.

The institute organizes:

A. The main department for training editors of regional and political department newspapers and workers of regional and regional newspapers with a training period of three years.

B. Course sector - as part of the "permanent courses for training and retraining:

a) executives of regional and regional newspapers with a three-month training period and regional and political department newspapers with a two-month training period (at least three convocations per year);

b) leading employees of the Komsomol regional and regional newspapers with a one-year training period.

B. Sector of correspondence training and retraining of executives of district and political department newspapers with a training period of one and a half years.

The Institute conducts systematic research work in close connection with relevant research and development institutions, fully using it for teaching at the Institute.

The institute has its own publishing house for the publication of books and "manuals on the issues of printing.

The Institute is on the all-union budget according to the general estimate of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR.

The Institute is given the right to have special funds, which are spent in accordance with the existing legislation.

The Institute enjoys the rights of a legal entity and has a seal with the emblem of the USSR and its name.

II. Governing bodies.

The institute is headed by a rector appointed by the Presidium of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR on the proposal of the Committee for the Management of Scientists and Educational Institutions of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR.

The rector, on the basis of one-man management, exercises the leadership and management of the scientific and educational, political and educational, administrative, financial and economic work of the institute. The rector in his activities reports to the Committee for the management of scientists and educational institutions of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR.

To manage individual parts of the institute's activities, the rector has two deputies - one for the academic part and the other for the administrative part, approved by the Committee for the Management of Scientists and Educational Institutions of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR on the proposal of the rector of the institute.

The rights and duties of deputy rectors, heads of departments, sectors and departments, professors and associate professors are determined by the instructions approved by the Committee for the management of scientists and educational institutions of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR.

III. Educational work of the institute.

Training at the institute is carried out on the basis of active methods and a continuous connection between theoretical training and industrial practice.

At the head of the educational part is the deputy rector, who 'directly supervises all educational and political-educational work and practice of the students of the institute and' is responsible to the rector of the institute for organizing this work at the institute.

The departments, being the main link in the organization of educational affairs and scientific work of the institute, conduct their work under the sole guidance of the heads of the departments. The head of the department unites the activities of all teachers and researchers in one or several closely related disciplines.

Direct management of the scientific, educational and methodological work of the departments is entrusted to the heads of the departments. The number of departments is established by the Committee for the Management of Scientists and Educational Institutions of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR on the proposal of the rector of the institute.

Heads of departments are appointed by the rector and submitted for approval by the Committee for the Management of Scientists and Educational Institutions of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR.

Chairman of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR M. Kalinin.

Secretary of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR A. Yenukidze.

Moscow Kremlin. March 27, 1934