A program on further development of pre-school education, the implementation of which is projected to be launched in 2017, is currently being elaborated in Uzbekistan. But the development of pre-school education does not stand still even today.
Uzbekistan has implemented progressive measures on further improvement of foreign language learning system, increasing the level of teacher training for schools, professional colleges, academic lyceums and higher education institutions in consistent with international standards.
Ministries and other government agencies undertake measures on the elimination of barriers on examining and solving the problems raised by the population. Appeals of this nature are accepted in the Prime Minister’s virtual reception via “helpline” on the unified portal of interactive government services.
The month of October in Uzbekistan is traditionally rich in undertakings timed for the 21st day of the month – Day of adoption of the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On the State Language”. There is one unusual event among them – public dictation.
The Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the UN Development Program in Uzbekistan are launching a joint project ‘Support to Civil Service Training in Uzbekistan.’
Vocational Training Centre, organized in the framework of the implemented by the Ministry of Labour of the Republic of Uzbekistan jointly with the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) project “Development of vocational training opportunities in Uzbekistan” started in Samarkand.
The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education of Uzbekistan has held a presentation of the Alisher Navoi Tashkent State University of Uzbek Language and Literature.
Uzbekistan celebrated the Day of Teachers and Mentors. Teachers were honored as always on a great scale. They were addressed with numerous words of gratitude, which are repeated on this occasion from one year to another. At the same time, very few people think how the professional image of a pedagogue has changed during these years.
The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education has announced the beginning of the contest for the selection of candidates for the state scholarship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as state scholarships of Beruniy, Navoi, Ibn Sino, Ulughbek, and Al-Bukhoriy.
Over the past 20 years Uzbekistan has formed the army of specialists consisting of nearly 120 thousand teachers of new formation, who train students in professional colleges and academic lyceums.
Forensic experts are obliged every 2 years to raise qualification on specific forensic activities, as well as their legal knowledge in advanced training courses.
The creation of the Uzbek-Japanese Youth Center of Innovations at the Tashkent State Technical University will be implemented with the involvement of the universities of Tsukuba, Nagoya, Keio, Toyohashi, and the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
The content of the school curriculum has faced radical changes. This was preceded by a lot of work with involvement of leading educators and researchers.
What better not to do, so as not to lose the place in nursery, and not overpay for services not rendered? UT correspondents examined a new Regulation on the procedure of payment for the nursery.
Tashkent Automobile and Road Construction Institute has been reorganized into the Tashkent Institute of Designing, Construction and Exploitation of Automobile Roads.
3823 schools in the country, or 39.4 per cent of the total, actively use interactive whiteboards in the learning process. The Ministry of Public Education plans to refit the rest of the schools with similar equipment. Does this mean that soon the familiar blackboard, chalk and dusters will become the things of the past?
Changes are introduced in the Instruction on the order of appointment and payment of scholarships to students of higher education institutions.
Tomorrow the country’s higher education institutions begin examinations for the Master’s Degree courses, which complete 10 August. In total, five thousand graduates of Bachelor’s Degree courses will become students of the second stage of higher education.
Today, in the first half of the day mobile operators do not maintain a system of sms exchange, and the movement of vehicles in the streets close to major universities restricted. The higher education institutions are conducting admission tests.
Admission offices of higher education institutions have completed the reception of documents.