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Keywords : Information Technology


The Problem Of Formation Of Information Competences In Future Chemistry Teachers

Alimova F.A.; Mirkomilov Sh. M.; Usmanova D.T; Iskandarov A.Yu.

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 1117-1122

Today, one of the main conditions for ensuring the competitiveness of a higher educational institution is the level of professional competence of a university teacher, which determines the quality of training of future specialists. In the light of the modern reform of the education system, the introduction of information and communication technologies for competent teachers is taking place in higher education. Under these conditions, the problem of the formation of information competence of a student becomes a determining factor in future professional activity, in connection with this there is a need to determine information competence as an important component of the general professional competence of a modern specialist. Future chemistry teachers should have a system of knowledge and skills that make it possible to correctly use information technologies in professional activities, know the possibilities and options for using information technologies in chemistry classes, and determine their pedagogical expediency in the study of certain chemical processes and phenomena.

The Use Of Interactive Technologies And Methods In Online Practical Lessons In Uzbekistan During Covid-19 Pandemic

Umida Khaydarova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3941-3947

The introduction of modern information and communication technologies in the educational process, in addition to traditional teaching methods, has led to the transition to a new form of teaching - distance learning. Methods of distance learning and interactive methods are given. Recommendations are given to bring the education system in this direction, taking into account modern technology.

Improving the teaching of "Information Technology" in higher education on the basis of multimedia technologies

A.I. Tillaev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 972-976

This article describes the role of multimedia technologies needed to improve the teaching of Information Technology in higher education, and ways to effectively use multimedia software and hardware in education. Suggestions are made on the rules of creating multimedia software tools.

Covid19 Impact OnTwelve Sectors Of The Indian Economy

Dr. Amar Yadav

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 5660-5670

This study aims to investigate the reaction of COVID-19 cases (confirmed, deaths, recovered, & active) on twelve sectors of Indian economy by using sectoral indices of national stock exchange. Daily frequency of COVID-19 case categories was obtained from Worldometer from January 30, 2020 to June 30, 2020 and dataset of daily closing prices of twelve sectoral indices (auto, banks, financial services, fast moving consumer goods, information technology, media, metal, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, public sector banks, private banks, realty sector) was obtained from national stock exchange web portal for the same period as of COVID-19. In this study, the ordinary least square regression was used to study the significance of COVID-19 cases (confirmed, deaths, recovered, & active) on twelve sectoral indices. Empirical evidence suggested no significant impact of COVID-19 cases on daily returns of twelve major sectors represented by sectoral indices except in the case of pharmaceutical sector, where daily growth in number of deaths is impacting daily returns on pharmaceutical sectoral index in a positive way. The twelve sectoral indices went into a downward spiral at the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic, but as government and central bank introduced various policy measures, the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on sectoral indices faded away.

EFFICACY OF USING DISTANCE LEARNING IN TEACHING PROCESS

Shakhnoza Miralieva , Khayrullaevna; Malika Fayzieva Sadikovna; Raime Ismailova Setiaevna; Feruza Rakhmanova Akmalovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 797-801

the article deals with the issues based on the efficiency of distance learning in teaching process. Further development of information technology, as well as distance learning of a foreign language is an inevitable process. The integration of distance education, in general, into the educational community, the inevitable virtualization of universities operating in the field of distance education, will lead distance learning of foreign languages to compulsory study not only in the context of independent discipline, but in combination with various courses. Based on the material of this work, it will increase the effectiveness of education in the field of learning foreign languages

The Problem Of Formation Of Information Competences In Future Chemistry Teachers

Alimova F.A; Mirkomilov Sh.M .; 3Usmanova D.T.; Iskandarov A.Yu.

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 4390-4395

Today, one of the main conditions for ensuring the competitiveness of a higher educational institution is the level of professional competence of a university teacher, which determines the quality of training of future specialists. In the light of the modern reform of the education system, the introduction of information and communication technologies for competent teachers is taking place in higher education. Under these conditions, the problem of the formation of information competence of a student becomes a determining factor in future professional activity, in connection with this there is a need to determine information competence as an important component of the general professional competence of a modern specialist. Future chemistry teachers should have a system of knowledge and skills that make it possible to correctly use information technologies in professional activities, know the possibilities and options for using information technologies in chemistry classes, and determine their pedagogical expediency in the study of certain chemical processes and phenomena.