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Urgench State University has launched exchange curricula in collaboration with the Bharati Vidyapeeth Research and Management Research Institute of India.

A curriculum memorandum was developed and signed bilateral exchange with Bharati Vidyapeeth Research and Management Research Institute of India on December 16, 2020 to internationalize education at Urgench State University in accordance with the Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated April 20, 2017 No PQ-2909 "On measures to further develop the higher education system". According to it, professors and teachers of the two universities will conduct 10-day exchange courses for a total of 100 talented Uzbek and more than 100 Indian students of master's and bachelor's degrees.

The initial experience of the specialists working on the organizational, technical and software of this inter-institutional exchange curriculum was formed in the framework of the project "Center for the creation of modern online courses" funded by the World Bank International Development Association.

Today, the Center is equipped with adequate media equipment and is aimed at improving the knowledge and skills of special professors and teachers in conducting online classes and conducting classes in contact with foreign partner universities. Cooperation with foreign universities plays a special role in fulfilling the tasks of digitization and transformation of education.

Dr. Veena Tripathi, Professor from Bharati Vidyapeet’s Institute of  Management Studies and Research (BVIMSR) teach the subject “Business Research Methods” for Master students and Prof.Alka Dhingra  from BVIMSR teach the subject “Financial Markets” for Uzbek undergraduate talented students of  Urgench state university (UrSU) conducts their classes are interactively online covered under Faculty Exchange Programme            

Senior teacher of UrSU Jasur Otaev is teaching “Statistics” and Ass. Prof. I.Yu. Rudenko from the Faculty of Economics and Tourism is teaching “Macroeconomics and microeconomics”for master students of Indian BVIMSR.

 The initial experience of the specialists working on the organizational, technical and software of this interdisciplinary exchange program was formed within the framework of the project "Center for the creation of modern online courses" funded by the International Development Association of World Bank.

Hundreds of Uzbek and Indian students will be awarded with International Certificates of Completion of the 30-hour curriculum at the end of the online interactive course, which will run in December of 2020 years.

During the course, all master’s and undergraduate students develop their knowledge and skills in using all mobile applications and tools, listening to the lectures of foreign scientists and increasing their knowledge. This is a very gratifying situation.

Post pandemic time when the need to modernize higher education has increased, I believe that such international partnerships are only effective and a factor of interest to students.

Head of monitoring department Shihova Hasiyat

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