Покрајински секретаријат за образовање, прописе, управу и националне мањине – националне заједнице

Office Holders

The Provincial Secretary is a member of the Provincial Government responsible for management of the Provincial Secretariat. The Provincial Secretary for Education, Administration and National Communities has a deputy, under-secretary and five assistant secretaries.

 Otott  Robert
Ótott Róbert, Vice-President of the Provincial Government and Provincial Secretary for Education, Regulations, Administration and National Minorities – National Communities

Ótott Róbert was born on 2 May 1984 in Senta.
He completed the Secondary School of Economics and Trade in Senta. In 2012 he graduated from the Faculty of Law for Commerce and Judiciary in Novi Sad and acquired the professional title of Bachelor of Laws.

In January 2013 he started working at the Municipal Administration in Novi Kneževac as an independent expert associate. In the period from 2014 to 2021 he worked at the Grammar and Vocational School “Dositej Obradović” in Novi Kneževac teaching the subjects Constitution and Citizens’ Rights and Sociology and Citizens’ Rights. From 2014 to 2018, he was the Vice-President of the Committee on the Official Use of Language and Script of the National Council of Hungarian National Minority and has been a member of the Committee since 2023. For a brief period of time in 2016, he held the position of the Secretary of Novi Kneževac Municipal Assembly. From 2016 to 2024 he was the Deputy Provincial Secretary for Agriculture, Water Management and Forestry. He has actively participated in the work of civil organisations and cultural and artistic associations in the territory of the Municipality of Novi Kneževac.

He has been a member of the Association of Vojvodina Hungarians since 2003. In 2019 he was elected the president of the local party board in Novi Kneževac. He lives in Novi Kneževac.

He is married and has one child.

Slađana Bursać
Slađana Bursać, Deputy Provincial Secretary for Education, Regulations, Administration and National Minorities - National Communities

Slađana Bursać was born in 1972 in Krnješevci, municipality of Stara Pazova. In 1991, she completed the Teacher Education Secondary School, after which she graduated from the Teacher Education Faculty in Belgrade in 1993 and acquired the title of a Lower Grade Teacher, academic studies at the Teacher Education Faculty in Sombor, University of Novi Sad in 2004. She passed the professional exam for a Lower Grade Teacher in 1996. She attended master academic studies in Education Leadership at the Faculty of Pedagogical Sciences in Jagodina, University of Kragujevac. She passed the licence examination for school principals in 2020.

Slađana Bursać gained her work experience as a teacher at the Primary School "Milan Hadzić" in Vojka from 1995 to 2009. In 2009, she was appointed an acting principal of the newly established Primary School "Simeon Aranicki" in Stara Pazova and she was the principal of the said school for three terms of office, in the period from 2010 to 2022.

During her term of office as the principal of the Primary School "Simeon Aranicki", this school received the highest grade within the external evaluation and as one of ten schools whose work was characterised as top-quality by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, which was included in the project titled "3P approach - Recognise, Promote and Spread”. Slađana Bursać included the Primary School "Simeon Aranicki" in a large number of projects dealing with the development of professional orientation and entrepreneurship ("Professional orientation" - GIZ and "Entrepreneurial schools"), ecology and environmental protection (Project "Eco-school networks" and " For cleaner and greener schools in Vojvodina "), digitalisation in education (“Support to human capital development and research - general education and human capital development", "Smart school for smart children", "Selfie", "Digitalisation"), improvement of conditions for the development of sports activities in schools ("Sports into schools", "Active schools", "Stand upright – grow up healthy", "Karate in teaching", "Grow up healthy"), violence prevention (UNICEF project "Schools without violence") and professional development of teachers, modern methodological approaches and outcome-based curricula (projects of the Ministry of Education titled "Razvionica"(Development classroom) and "Improving the quality of teaching - development of key competencies through a multidisciplinary approach - Cooperation to knowledge"). In 2021, the school also participated in the International Reading Literacy Study - PIRLS. It participates in the work of the Support Network for Inclusive Education.

She is a member of the Serbian Progressive Party.

She speaks Russian and English.