4.3.1 Justification of the size of indices in the formula of distribution of budgetary funds

In the cells given in Table 4.8 matrix expert environment (representatives of educational and methodical commissions of Ukraine leading HEIs) describes the minimum required equipment of such laboratories, namely:

  • number of staff (NS) required to ensure the smooth operation of the laboratory (persons);
  • the minimum required area of the premises (RAP), which meets sanitary norms and other requirements (m2);
  • list of fixed assets required for the operation of the laboratory;– materials used in the educational process (MP).

When forming the composition of laboratories and the list of necessary equipment, it is necessary to reflect the connection with the program learning outcomes specified in the standards of higher education.

Stage 2 (for specialties of the first and second groups). The second stage is the optimization of the composition of laboratories on the basis of their uniqueness in terms of the formation of professional competencies. We introduce the following assumption. If the laboratory is present in each column of the Table 4.7, its presence corresponds to the basic funding and the value of the index of specialty at level 1. Such laboratories for which IS = 1 are removed from the specified in Table 4.8 lists.

Stage 3 (for specialties of the first and second groups). Determination of additional material costs for the maintenance of unique in terms of formation of special (professional) competencies of laboratories. The cost of maintaining laboratories (CMLks) is calculated for the optimized matrix given in Table 4.8. The cost of maintenance is calculated only for unique laboratories (ULBk). The assumption when determining such a cost is that the laboratories contain everything necessary for the training of equipment. This requirement was actually met at the licensing stage. To the cost of maintenance, in accordance with the specified in Fig. 4.2 logics belong to:

– remuneration and accrual of personnel involved in the maintenance of the laboratory and assistance to teachers in the implementation of the educational process (ULBPR):

– payment for utilities and energy required for the maintenance of the laboratory (ULBKP):

– reasonable additional costs for the operation of the laboratory, such as, for example, water or chemical reagents (ULBAC):

The cost of maintaining unique laboratories is determined per calendar year:

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