Digital Development Minister Bagdat Musin said a 5% mortgage for IT specialists could prevent a brain drain, but his proposal is not backed by the government, reports Tengrinews.kz.
The head of the Ministry of Digital Development said he knows young people who are now busy studying digital tools in depth and preparing for the digital economy.
“Keeping them is our main goal. So-called digital nomads exist all over the world. India used to be famous for this, sending around a million people to Silicon Valley, then they came and digitized India “Another indirect benefit is that in big tech giants of the world, at least one or two Indians are working all over the tops. Is that really bad? That’s normal,” the minister said, speaking to the commission. accounts.
Bagdat Musin also stressed that not only him, but the whole country should fight for the retention of these specialists.
“We offered to do a preferential mortgage for IT people. I just imagined myself to keep myself in this country. Probably, if my parents had no housing, I would buy housing, I probably took an approach responsible to stay in the country. I offered a preferential mortgage at 5%. In fact, no one is supporting. They say: wait, there are segments of the population that need more support, why should give us 5% preferential funding for your IT specialists? But if there are other methods of retention, it all adds up to a piggy bank. For example, we offered a reprieve from the army. Now , we will protect the government in a package of measures. There are many such measures,” Musin said.
Bagdat Musin previously responded to the accusation of inefficient use of budget money in the development of the Ashyq app, noting that he takes full responsibility.
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