Operational Programmes For The "growth And Jobs" 8.1.1. Specific Aid Objectives "increase Modernized Stem, Including Medical And Creative Industry, The Number Of Programs Of Study" Implementing Rules

Original Language Title: Darbības programmas "Izaugsme un nodarbinātība" 8.1.1. specifiskā atbalsta mērķa "Palielināt modernizēto STEM, tajā skaitā medicīnas un radošās industrijas, studiju programmu skaitu" īstenošanas noteikumi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 561 in 2016 (16 august. No 40 54) action programme "growth and employment" 8.1.1. specific aid objectives "increase modernized stem, including medical and creative industry, the number of programs of study" implementing provisions Issued under the European Union's structural funds and the cohesion fund the 2014 – 2020 programming period management law of 6 and article 20 paragraph 13 i. General questions 1. determines: 1.1. procedures for implementing the action programme "growth and employment" priority axis "education skills and lifelong learning "8.1.1. specific objectives of aid" to increase the modernized stem, including medical and creative industry, the number of programs of study "(hereinafter referred to as the specific support); 1.2. specific aid objectives; 1.3. specific support available funding; 1.4. the requirements of the European regional development fund project (hereinafter the project) to the applicant; 1.5. the eligible cost of the operation and the conditions of the question; 1.6. the simplified conditions of application costs and order; 1.7. the agreement and the agreement for the implementation of a project of cooling-off conditions unilaterally. 2. The specific objective is to increase the modernized stem (science, Technology, Engineering and mathematics – science, technology, engineering, mathematics), including medical and creative industry (stem) courses. 3. Specific support to target these rules 12 and 15 referred to higher education institutions. 4. Specific aid until 2023 December 31 can leverage the following monitoring indicators: outcome indicator 4.1 – service delivery performance in higher education infrastructure support, 2 069 persons; 4.2. results indicators – modernized higher education stem programme – of the total number of 100 percent; 4.3. financial performance – up to 2018 December 31 certified expenditure of eur 11 160 414. 5. Stem studies the meaning of these provisions is of higher education study that in accordance with the laws of the Latvian education rankings include: 5.1 education thematic group: 5.1.1 in science, mathematics and information technology; 5.1.2. the engineering, manufacturing and construction; 5.1.3. Agriculture; 5.2. thematic area: 5.2.1 art; 5.2.2. health care (except education program set for cosmetology); 5.2.3. protection of the environment. 6. Specific support to implement the project application to the limited selection. 7. Specific support within the responsible authority for the Ministry of education and Science (hereinafter referred to as the responsible authority). 8. Specific support planned total attributable funds is eur 44 641 656, including the European regional development fund – 37 945 407 euro and national co-financing budget-6 696 249 euro. 9. the maximum eligible European regional development fund shall be 85 per cent of the total eligible project funding, government funding is 15 percent of the total eligible project funding. 10. the total Available funding up to 2018 to apply December 31, to close an agreement or agreements for the implementation of projects, there are 41 918 726 euro, including the European regional development fund – Euro 35 630 917 and Government co-financing, eur 6 287 809. 11. From 1 January 2019, a responsible authority following the decision of the European Commission for the implementation of performance frameworks may propose to increase the available funding to apply this provision in paragraph 8 above. II. Requirements for the project the applicant 12. applicant specific Project support: Daugavpils University; 12.1. 12.2. Music Academy of Latvia; 12.3. the University of Liepaja; 12.4. The Latvian cultural Academy; 12.5. The Latvian Agricultural University; 12.6. The Latvian Academy of Arts; 12.7. The Latvian sports pedagogy Academy; 12.8. the University of Latvia; 12.9. Riga stradiņš University; 12.10. Rezekne Technology Academy; 12.11. Riga Technical University; 12.12. Transport and communications Institute; 12.13. Ventspils University College; 12.14. Vidzeme University College. 13. the project applicant project application approval becomes the beneficiary of the financing, and in accordance with the project application selection Charter requirements shall submit the application to the authority of the cooperation between the cohesion policy fund management information system in 2014-2020. The applicant may submit a project cooperation in the project application, if received by the Ministry of education and science and the Ministry of reconciliation of the industry (if applicable) for this rule 38, paragraph development strategy. 14. the applicant in the project specific aid shall submit one project submission under this provision the funding referred to in paragraph 19. 15. This rule 12.4 and 12.8. projects referred applicants to implement joint projects with their agencies: 15.1. Cultural Academy – the Academy of culture of Latvia by the Latvian culture College; 15.2. the University of Latvia – Riga with Latvian University Medical College and the University of Latvia p. stradiņa Medical College. 16. This rule 12.4 referred to the project the applicant concluded an agreement with these rules 15.1. Agency referred to, but this provision the project referred to in paragraph 12.8, the applicant – with this rule 15.2. agencies referred to in point. 17. This rule 12.4 and 12.8. projects referred to by the applicant is controlled by this provision in paragraph 16 that agreement and prevent double financing risks. 18. Specific support within each project applicant total planned funding that does not exceed the applicable: 18.1. Daugavpils University – 1 425 138 euro; 18.2. the Latvia Academy of music – 527 658 euro; 18.3. The University of Liepaja-1 033 620 euro; 18.4. The Latvian Academy of culture (including Latvian Academy of culture of Latvia Culture College) – € 714 382; 18.5. The Latvian Agricultural University – € 3 605 592; 18.6. The Latvian Art Academy, 684 265 euros; 11.6. the Sports Academy of pedagogy-889 059 euro; 12.8. the University (including University of Latvia, Riga medical college and the University of Latvia, p. stradiņa Medical College)-13 026 117 eur; 11.7. Riga stradiņš University – 6 243 821; 18.10. the Academy of technology – Rezekne eur 1 027 596; 18.11. Riga Technical University – Euro 11 725 073; 18.12. Transportation and communication Institute-€ 1 250 461; 18.13. Ventspils University – eur 1 888 936; Vidzeme University-18.14.599 938 euros. 19. Specific support within each project applicant total eligible funding available until 2018. December 31, to close an agreement or contract for the implementation of the project, shall not exceed the following: 19.1. Daugavpils University-1 338 211 eur; 19.2. the Latvia Academy of music – 495 473 eur; 19.3. The University of Liepaja-euro 970 574; 19.4. The Latvian Academy of culture (including Latvian Academy of culture of Latvia Culture College)-670 808 eur; 19.5. The Latvian Agricultural University – 3 385 668 eur; 12.2. The Latvian Art Academy, 642 528 euro; 19.7. the Sports Academy of pedagogy-834 831 eur; 19.8. the University (including University of Latvia, Riga medical college and the University of Latvia, p. stradiņa Medical College)-12 231 585 euro; 12.4. Riga stradiņš University-5 862 978 eur; 19.10. Technology Academy of Rezekne-964 917 eur; 19.11. Riga Technical University – 11 009 899 euro; 19.12. Transport and communication Institute-1 174 189 euro; 19.13. Ventspils University College-1 773 720 euro; Vidzeme University-19.14.563 345 €. 20. by January 1, 2019, the responsible authority may propose to increase available funding to apply this provision in paragraph 8 the maximum funding. In this case, the applicant of the project increases the total available funding to apply this provision in paragraph 18 above about amending the agreement accordingly or the contract for the project implementation. III. eligible activities and costs 21. Specific aid are eligible for the following: 21.1. institutions of higher education infrastructure, including building and space (excluding dormitories), laboratories and sharing infrastructure, the development of advanced stem degree programs and custom infrastructure for persons with functional disabilities; 21.2. the facilities, equipment, vehicles and the technical tools, hardware, technology, material, equipment and tools, necessary for stem study programme implementation; 21.3. the information and communication technology solutions for education, including e-learning development, wireless internet connection, the creation of the educational process; 21.4. Library Fund replenishment; 13.4. project management and implementation; 21.6. information and publicity measures for the implementation of a project. 22. Specific aid projects can use environment integration product, service and works procurement ("green procurement"). 23. The specific aid should apply the following types of costs: 23.1. direct eligible costs; 23.2. indirect eligible costs; 23.3. the unexpected costs. 24. This rule 23.1. referred to the direct eligible costs include the following positions: 15.0. project management staff remuneration costs, excluding overtime, 13.4. these provisions referred to in the implementation of the assisted actions; 24.2. the project application to the preparation of the documentation supporting the costs incurred by the company or service contract: 24.2.1. training facilities, equipment and technology for the development of plans and specifications; 24.2.2. project cost-benefit analysis; 24.3. the construction cost of this rule 21.1. eligible activities referred to in: 24.3.1. for the implementation of the cost of the works (including construction, alteration, or restoration, if needed, new building construction, adaptation of equipment and space hardware for installation and operation, infrastructure adaptation for persons with functional disabilities); 24.3.2. site area home improvement costs to comply with the laws and minimum requirements for commissioning of infrastructure; 24.3.3. costs associated with entry into the building, if they are not provided for in the contract for carrying out the works; 15.2. costs associated with the construction of this rule 21.1. referred to the implementation of the assisted actions: 24.4.1. projects, including construction of minimum phase, development or updating of costs; 24.4.2. independent būvekspertīž survey and technical costs, including the independent inspection of the construction costs; 24.4.3. building and autoruzraudzīb costs; 24.4.4. insurance costs, you need to determine the construction of regulatory legislation (related to project implementation). 15.2. installation of fixed assets – hardware, vehicle and as the technical means needed to stem courses, computer, information and communication technology solution or creation of purchase cost of this rule 21.2. and 21.3. eligible activities referred to in (a); 24.6. This provision is referred to in 22.2. supply, installation, testing and servicing instruction costs and maintenance costs associated with the preparation of a long-term investment for use for the intended purpose until their commissioning; 15.3. the library inventory costs, textbooks and periodicals, including the acquisition of digital, during project implementation this rule 21.4. eligible activities referred to in the implementation; 15.4. material, equipment, tools, chemicals, laboratory products, the acquisition cost of that rule 21.2. supported referred to the implementation of the action; 15.5. software license purchase or rental costs, including the cost of the license update license period, which shall not exceed five years, 21.3. these provisions referred to in the implementation of the assisted actions; 24.10. project information and publicity costs according to the regulations on the procedures for European Union structural funds and the Cohesion Fund in the implementation of the 2014-2020 programming period provide a communications and visual identity requirements, this rule 8.5. referred to the implementation of the assisted actions; 24.11. other project costs: 24.11.1. costs that are reasonable and related to the provision referred to in paragraph 21, supported the implementation of activities and the achievement of the objective of the project, including the dismantling of the tangible assets and moving costs; 24.11.2. newly created jobs or hand jobs to restore the necessary equipment (Office furniture and equipment, computer software and licenses) acquisition cost 21.5. these provisions referred to in the implementation of the assisted actions. Jobs in equipment acquisition cost, including equipment maintenance and repair costs, apply no more than eur 3 000 per job across the whole of the project during implementation of the project management personnel is employed in the project, at least 30 percent of their normal working time on a contract basis. If the project management staff are employed full time or part time, work equipment acquisition cost is attributed in proportion to the percentage of the load distribution. 25. these provisions 24.1. Planning referred to project management personnel remuneration costs, comply with the following conditions: 25.1. the beneficiary shall ensure that project management staff on the basis of the contract of employment are employed in the project, the normal working time or part time no less than 30 percent of their normal working time, respectively, making working time records of all the functions and time worked. If the staff are involved in the project is provided in accordance with the principle of relevance of part-time, subject is not less than 30 percent of capacity; 25.2. regarding project control personnel costs comply with the following restrictions: 25.2.1. projects with the direct eligible costs of eur 5 000 000 and more – up to 56 580 euros per year; 25.2.2. projects with the direct eligible costs up to a limit of 5 000 000 euro calculated by minimum cost base 24 426 per year, plus a percentage of the project's direct 0.64 eligible costs, but not including the project management staff costs; 25.2.3. for the full calendar year, not a fixed amount calculated in proportion to the number of months of the project. 26. This provision 24.4.1. Planning and 24.4.3. the costs referred to in (a) the beneficiary shall ensure that the total does not exceed 10 percent of the construction costs of the contract and with this provision and in 24.4.2 24.2 these costs – 10 per cent of total project eligible costs. 27. This rule 23.2. referred to indirect eligible costs scheduled as one cost position by applying indirect costs a flat rate of 15 percent from 24.1. these provisions referred to in point project management personnel remuneration costs. 28. This provision not referred to 23.3. estimated costs (expenses for additional works or services which are not foreseeable circumstances, have become necessary in order to comply with the agreement or the agreement on the implementation of the project) project can schedule as one cost position, not exceeding five percent of the total direct eligible costs of the project. Unexpected costs put before spending made the beneficiary with the cooperation of the authority, in accordance with arrangements laid down by the arrangement or agreement for the implementation of the project. 29. The value added tax is eligible if it is not recoverable under the laws of the Republic of Latvia to tax policy. 30. The specific aid costs are eligible, provided that they fulfil these rules these positions and the costs were incurred from the date of entry into force of the provisions, except that rule 24.2.,.,., and 24.4.3 24.4.2 24.4.1. the costs referred to in point pertaining to the January 1, 2016. IV. Specific conditions for implementing the aid 31. project implemented in accordance with the agreement or contract entered into for the implementation of a project, but no later than 2022 31 December. 32. Specific aid can make an investment in infrastructure if it is the property of the applicant or of the project it is a State or public property of the person of the child, which is in the possession of the applicant, or to the time limit of not less than five years after the final payment is made. Tenure or use rights are registered in the land registry. 33. The beneficiary shall ensure that the following requirements for the procurement of construction work in the preparation of documentation: 33.1. establish arrangements for how to proceed in cases where the proposed contract price exceeds the planned contract price; 33.2. works contracts include preventive measures cost incidence risk prevention. 34. within the framework of the support Measures provided if project cost-benefit analysis justify the financial sustainability of the project and the socio-economic returns. Cost-benefit analysis is made, subject to the following conditions: 34.1. project life cycle is 20 years; 21.3. the financial and economic discount rate is determined according to the current macroeconomic forecasts; 21.3. the financial flow calculations include: 34.3.1. project income and the socio-economic benefits (in monetary terms), the current price level analysis, supply and demand analysis, competitor analysis and forecasts of the development of the sector; 34.3.2. the project investment and expenditure forecasts, including detailed cost identification based on cost analysis of the level and dynamics of forecast of the future; 34.3.3. detailed and reasonable investment plan, which includes the technical proposal or plan, technical equipment and installations market price analysis; 34.3.4. detailed financing plan, including the receipt of credit and repayment plan that includes an interest payment calculation, if planned to attract short term or long term credit; 21.4. the calculations of financial flows (investments, income, socio-economic benefits (in monetary terms) and expenses) based topical market assumptions appropriate to the situation; 34.5. the financial flow forecasts based on independent third party prepared and publicly available statistical data; 21.5. the beneficiary shall take into account not only this specific aid investment, but also a specific aid target 1.1.1 "increase scientific research institutions of Latvia and the innovative capacity and the ability to attract external funding, investing in human capital and infrastructure" measure "P& 1.1.1.4. infrastructure of intelligent and scientific specialisation in areas of institutional capacity-building institutions" within or planned investments, calculating both the socio-economic return on the project and giving it financial sustainability (if applicable). 35. If the beneficiary of the project results in a revenue-generating project and corresponds to the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 regulations No 1303/2013 laying down common provisions on the European regional development fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European agricultural fund for rural development and the European Fund for Maritime Affairs and fisheries and general provisions on the European regional development fund, the European Social Fund , The Cohesion Fund and the European Fund for Maritime Affairs and fisheries, and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 (hereinafter Regulation No 1303/2013), article 61, paragraph 7, point "b" and point 8 of article 65 of the conditions, the beneficiary shall carry out a financial analysis to determine the amount of funding deficits attributable to funding from public funds. 36. the implementation of the project, the funding recipient: 36.1. ensure information and publicity measures, laid down in Regulation No 1303/2013 and the regulations on the procedures for European Union structural funds and the Cohesion Fund in the implementation of the 2014-2020 programming period provide a communications and visual identity requirements; 36.2. ensure that planned activities the project is not funded, is planned to be financed by other national or foreign financial support instruments; 36.3. revenue, if any resulting from the project infrastructure, investing in higher education institutions in the educational process; 36.4. the data on the horizontal principles to accumulate "equal opportunities" indicator – number of objects, in which the European regional development fund is a result of the investment environment and access to information (if applicable); 22.7. to accumulate data on the horizontal principle, "sustainable development" horizontal indicators – project green procurement used (if applicable); 22.7. to accumulate data on upgraded stem higher education study programmes; 22.8. ensure the sustainability of the results achieved at least five years after the final payment is made. 37. If during the implementation of the project funding is provided to the recipient of the loan, it may be paid in instalments. One advance payment does not exceed 30 percent. The rules referred to in paragraph 19 of the beneficiaries, except for this provision, 19.12. beneficiary referred to in advance and the total amount of interim payments may be 100 percent of a project for the European regional development fund and the State budget co-funding totals. 38. the project applicant 40 working days after the entry into force of these regulations shall be submitted to the Ministry of education and science in the harmonisation of higher education institutions in the medium or long-term development strategy (development strategy). 12.4. These provisions referred to by the applicant of the project development strategy also includes information about this rule 15.1. referred to in College, but this provision 12.8. referred to the project the applicant – for this rule 15.2. colleges mentioned in points. 39. The rules referred to in paragraph 38. development strategy shall include at least the following information: 24.3. institutions of higher education modernization selected stem study programme description and justification of choice, including: 39.1.1. modernising the stem courses level of demand, the economic development needs, and offer analysis of the Latvian and European level; 39.1.2. modernising the stem program contribution to the Latvian intelligent specialisation strategy sets objectives and relevance to the priorities of growth and smart specialisation areas; 39.1.3. modernising the stem programme compliance with the higher education institutions by specialization or research program (if applicable) and the higher education authority's performance in the implementation of these programmes; 39.1.4. modernising the stem curriculum support and export potential; 24.4. the higher education institutions in the study process in the management plan, including: 39.2.1. study programme for the modernisation of the content plan that includes cooperation with the sectoral export councils or associations; 39.2.2. human resources development and internationalization plan; 39.2.3. staff remuneration policy; 39.2.4. quality management, including the academic integrity and ethics assurance plans; 39.3. higher education institutions planned investment characteristics 39.3.1. including: higher education institutions held the infrastructure characteristics: 39.3.1.1. all property, possession or use of an existing building (buildings), buildings (structures) (space group) and ground units, indicating that the area, current state, usage and hassle; 39.3.1.2. the training facility and equipment list, in their current state; 39.3.1.3. over the last five years, investment in buildings (premises), buildings (structures) (space group) and room upgrades and new training facilities and equipment acquisition and modernisation of facilities and equipment, indicating the investment funding sources; 39.3.1.4. current capacity of the existing infrastructure; 39.3.2. infrastructure development plan, indicating the planned investment volume, capacity, and funding sources: 39.3.2.1. Stem study programme for the modernisation of the planned construction and justification of the investment; 39.3.2.2. Stem study programme for the modernisation of the optional teaching of the facilities and equipment and acquisition; 39.3.2.3. the planned infrastructure links and synergies with other aid programmes planned science infrastructure investment and building insulation of investment; 39.3.2.4. green procurement of innovation and use of infrastructure development. 40. The Ministry of education and science established a development strategy Review Committee. Panelists include the Ministry of education and science, the Ministry of Economy, Ministry of culture, the Ministry of health and Ministry of agriculture, as well as invited representatives from local governments, within the territory of which these rules referred to in point 12 higher education institutions. The Commission is determined by the Ministry of education and science developed and approved the rules of procedure. 41. If the project is planned for construction, with the exception of new building construction, project applicant project application indicates the construction energy consumption (megavatstund) before the implementation of the project. The beneficiary must inform the liaison authority for housing energy consumption (megavatstund) on the implementation of the project. 42. cooperation authority have the right to unilaterally withdraw from the agreement or contract for the implementation of a project in any of the following cases: 42.1. the beneficiary does not comply with the agreement or the agreement on the implementation of the project, including the project implementation are not complied with within the time limits set, or joined other circumstances which affect or may affect the provisions referred to in paragraph 2, the specific objective of aid and the rules referred to in paragraph 4, the monitoring indicators; 26.2. in other cases determined by the agreement or the agreement on the implementation of the project. 43. The project site is the territory of the Republic of Latvia. Prime Minister Māris kučinskis education and Science Minister Karlis Šadursk annex a Cabinet of 16 august, 2016. the Regulation No. 561 of the operational programme "growth and employment" 8.1.1. specific objective "to increase support for modernized stem, including medical and creative industry, the number of programs of study" available public funding distribution by institutions of higher education and its methodology of calculating operational programme 1 of the "growth and jobs" 8.1.1. specific objective "to increase support for modernized stem including medical and creative industry, the number of programs of study "(hereinafter referred to as the specific support) available Fi public funding by institutions of higher education (hereinafter referred to as the institutions) is calculated using the following formula:, where Fi-" i "to the recipient of the funding available funding (euro); I – the beneficiary's version (i = 1, 2, ..., n; n – number of beneficiaries); FS – recipient of funding available for the initial funding of 100 000 euro about; FPl-recipient of funding available additional funding for higher education (stem fields) environment (hereinafter referred to as the higher education environment) quality; p – these rules 15.1 and 15.2 of the Agency referred to (College) (p = 1, 2, ..., t; t – number of the applicant in the project). 2. additional funding for higher education to improve the quality of the environment FPl is calculated using the following formula:, where FPl – additional funding for higher education to improve the quality of the environment; -Specific aid F811 available total public funding; I – the beneficiary's version (i = 1, 2, ..., n; n – number of beneficiaries);
-the beneficiary of a total initial funding (euro);
R-project, the participating institutions (l) coefficient of performance;
all institutions involved in the implementation of the project factors of the amount;
l-bodies involved in the implementation of the project (hereinafter referred to as the authority) variation (l = 1, 2, ..., z, z – institutions involved in the implementation of the project). 3. the institution of the characteristic factor is calculated using the following formula:, where R-factor characteristics of the institution; KC-institution capacity factor; D – body index for investments, which describes how many standard deviations away from the mean in the specific variant – public funding contribution to the student body in 2007-2013 programming period. 4. Institution capacity factor is calculated using the following formula: where Cc-institution capacity;
-2015/2016. the institution. academic year studied the number of share in stem higher education courses; -2015/2016. the institution. academic year the number of education the higher education programs that do not meet the stem; -2014/2015. the institution of academic qualifications obtained in the year in the number of persons the proportion of stem higher education courses; -2014/2015. the institution of academic qualifications obtained in the year in the number of persons of higher education programs that do not meet the stem; -academic staff working in institutions with degrees of the number; -research related to financing.
5. Research the associated funding is calculated using the following formula: P = I + I + 18.3.1.3.21.1.9.1 + 18.3.1.4. I. I. 21.1.9.2 + I 21.3.9.6. where P-bodies average revenue for research projects during the period from 2014 to 2015, according to the Cabinet of Ministers of 27 December 2005, regulations no 1032 "rules on the classification of budget revenue" specified in the reports on the implementation of the budget (form 2) and accounts for cash flows in the following budget revenue classification codes: 1) 18.3.1.3. State budget financed partly derived public persons and institutions financed by the budget not received transfers from the Ministry or central public authorities budget that they are subordinated to the institutional, policy instruments of the European Union and other foreign financial assistance co-financed projects (measures); 2. State budget 18.3.1.4) partially funded the public person and derivatives budget funded institutions received transfers from other ministries or central public authorities, policy instruments of the European Union and other foreign financial assistance co-financed projects (measures); 3) 21.1.9.1. Income from other EU policies and instruments of the co-financed project activities and receive foreign financial assistance, the European Union structural funds. 21.1.9.1. code subject to European Union assistance programmes financed by the funds of the State budget, which partly financed derived public person has received from the European Union support the transport, telecommunications and energy infrastructure networks (such as TEN-T, TEN-E, eTEN), the competitiveness and innovation programme, the research framework programme, life +, the financial program of the Schengen Convention, the "objective 3" European territorial cooperation "and other policy instruments of the European Union, as well as foreign financial assistance received; 4) 21.1.9.2. Revenues from other financial assistance program implementation. 21.1.9.2. Code apply to other foreign financial assistance programmes (such as revenue, which derived public person received from NATO, Norwegian and EEA financial instrument, Swiss cooperation programme); 5. revenue for 21.3.9.6) science project implementation. 21.3.9.6. code subject to revenue resulting from the implementation of scientific research or commissioned the project. 6. the institution of the investment made in the index is calculated using the following formula: D =-0,123 × + tl-tl, where 1,374 standard deviation value of the investments made in the institutions infrastructure development to one student (2007 – 2013 programming period "of the operational programme infrastructure and services". apakšaktivitāt "3.1.2.1.1. Higher education institutions ' premises and equipment modernisation programmes for improving quality, including providing educational programs for learning opportunities to persons with functional disabilities" projects) (hereinafter referred to as the body of the investment made to one student standard deviations). The body of the investment made in the index is calculated, to move from a negative value for the standard deviations on the positive characteristics. 7. The investment made in the standard deviation value is calculated using the following formula (1): where (1) tl-institution of the investment made to one standard deviation value of the student; XL-body of the investment made to one student score; l-variant (l = 1, 2, ..., z; z-number of institutions);
– institutions of the investment made per student (optional) the arithmetic mean of the indicator;
s – standard deviation check set that is calculated using MS Excel STDEV or the following formula (2):, where (2) – i-xi of the observation pointer; I-option (i = 1, 2, ..., n; n-set amount of choice);
-the arithmetic mean of the scores.
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