At the opening ceremony of this day care establishment, it was especially emphasized that all the necessary conditions were being created for the younger generation in the country to become physically healthy and morally mature and to acquire modern knowledge and thoroughly learn modern professions.
According to the State testing center under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, 729 947 applicants have submitted documents to higher educational institutions of our country this year. On the average, 10,9 candidates are applying for one seat.
The Tashkent medical academy trains personnel in such areas as medical treatment, medical teaching, medical prophylactics and nursing with a higher education degree. This year, 549 students have graduated from this higher educational establishment.
At Tashkent’s state university of law, a press conference has taken place on the subject of “The university and mass media: forward-looking areas of cooperation”. It was attended by authors of publications on law in this country, researchers, scholars and journalists.
At the book marathon, the Ghofur Ghulom publishing and media house within the system of the press and information agency of Uzbekistan, active people of the neighbourhood and parents gave the library many books of Uzbek and world literature, books about thinkers’ lives and work and about the moral heroism of Uzbek people’s ancestors.
A presentation of an innovative education laboratory at the credit-economics faculty of the Tashkent institute of finance has taken place. This laboratory was created in cooperation with the Khalq Banki (people’s bank).
Modern conditions and possibilities being created in this country for young people to acquire knowledge and learn professions and to achieve successes in the science and production sectors are giving their high results.
At children’s school of music and art No 5 in Khojeyli Distict of the Republic of Qoraqalpoghiston, north-western Uzbekistan, 250 boys and girls study in such areas as piano, Uzbek national instruments, choreography and visual arts.
At children’s school of music and art No 8 in the town of Marghilon, Farghona Region, 360 boys and girls study in such areas as piano, Uzbek national instruments, traditional performance, visual arts and dances.
The winners of “The best foreign language teacher of the year” contest conducted by the Ministry of Public Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan have had their qualifications upgraded at prestigious higher education institutions of Great Britain.