Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : reform

Innovative aspects of reforming higher education in a new stage of development of Uzbekistan

KhakimovNazarKhakimovich .; RakhimshikovaMavludaKarimzhanovna .; SadikovAnvarKarimovich .; JamalovaGulnaraGulyamovna .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 368-380

The authors of the article investigated the innovative aspects of reforming higher education in a new stage of development of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The article emphasizes the role of the process of training competitive specialists in the successful implementation of democratic reforms and the development of civil society. The authors of the article made an attempt to reveal the mission of higher education in society, the tasks of universities in training qualified personnel for bachelors and masters and the importance of specialists for the socio-economic structures of the country in the process of deepening the market economy. In the context of the country's modernization, highly qualified personnel perform an important mission in the process of socio-economic policy, ensuring the improvement of the quality of products and the country's entry into international communities. University graduates carry out a social mission in implementing democratic reforms, ensuring human rights, and educating the younger generation in society


Nosirov Rashod Adilovich; Yuldashev Bakhtiyar Ergashevich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1388-1395

This article is devoted to the development of the social sphere, which is an important sector of society, and comments on the reforms implemented in Uzbekistan in this area and their results. The article analyzes the results of measures to effectively address the most important tasks of public social policy in the current complex situation and the scale of problems in the field on the basis of statistical data. As a result of the reforms, changes in the living standards of the population, income and unemployment issues, measures to eliminate them, poverty reduction and the work done in the social protection system were also highlighted. At the same time, issues related to education and upbringing, the development of science are presented. The institutional framework for quarantine measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection during the COVID-19 pandemic and reforms to support the population are outlined. In addition, strengthening the family, mechanisms for resolving family conflicts, protection of the rights of women and children, the results of health care reforms, as well as cases of requests for medical care and medication by the elderly and people with disabilities, education and upbringing and consistent reforms in the development of science have been considered on the basis of a structural approach.


Matluba Tillavoldieva; Ekaterina Li; Gulchehrakhon Eshanova; Nurkhon Aminova; Shakhlo Khalmetova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1697-1700

Abstract This article is devoted to the role of the family in social development, the
moral foundations of family relations and their views on the role of the family in family
life, especially in the upbringing and moral development of youth. Moreover, it analyzes
how each family acts in accordance with the needs of the community, and the development
of society, which directly depends on the level of socio-economic and spiritual development
of families in it.

Ensuring Balance Among Branches of Public Power During the Development of Civil Society in Uzbekistan

Almagul Bayrieva

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2233-2239

Abstract. The article analyzes the balance of power between sectors of the political system
in Uzbekistan in the context of democratic reforms. This analysis is considered from the
point of view of the development of civil society, and implies a correlation between regional
and central bodies of representative power. In the article, particular attention is drawn to
the value orientations of both government representatives and civil society actors in the
perception of civic activism and civic participation. The article allows us to understand
deeply such institutions as the state, rule of law, and democratic accountability during the