Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : higher education

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

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.

Psychological Warfare through New Media: Framing Political News Media Contents to Understand Student’s Psychological Emotion in Malaysian Higher Education Institutions

Amelia Yuliana Abd Wahab; Abdul Rahman Abdul Razak Shaik; Munir Shuib

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 491-504

The emergence of Internet as the ‘fifth estate’ with the introduction of new media has changed the landscape of political communication. The media audiences connect through the Internet in obtaining the information are in the midst of transition from relying on the traditional mainstream media to the alternative media, especially on the political news contents. The engagement with these political media contents stimulate the psychological emotion of the media audiences. The paper’s main objective is to understand students’ psychological emotion based on the political news media contents framed by the ‘independent’ News Portals. The political media contents were selected based on the salience of news highlighted in the new media for the months of November and December 2019. The participants for the studies were divided into TWO (2) Focus Group sessions, comprising eight (8) participants in each session. Eleven (11) selected specimens – political media contents framed in the various independent News Portals were vetted by the experts to be used in the evaluation procedures for the studies. The studies used the International Positive Negative Affective Schedule Short Form (I-PANAS- SF) as the references for the participants to express their psychological emotions triggered from the selected specimens. From the evaluation, a new 69-items Emotion Words (EWs) were compiled, consisting of both positive and negative EWs. Based on the analysis of findings from the Repertory Grid (RepGrid) Form filled by the sixteen (16) participants, the study managed to capture five ‘constructs’: confusing historical facts, leadership credibility of the politicians, knowledge to handle sensitive issues, appreciation on War History and accurate historical facts that triggered the psychological emotion of these participants. Subsequently, from the specific objectives, the studies managed to develop TWO additional new outcomes, (i) The Affective Lexicon and (ii) RepGrid Form based on the political media contents framed in the new media. All the data were managed in the ATLAS.ti Software. Finally, the findings from the study are recommended to be applied for the future studies as a basis for better understanding of the psychological warfare in the new media that triggers human emotions in politics.

Preparing Higher Education Graduates For The 4th Industrial Revolution Through Extracurricular Activities

Ied Veda Sitepu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2972-2976

The relationship between higher education (HE) and the world of work has been discussed for the past few decades, in terms of, among others, contribution of higher education to the labour market, in the form of manpower. The market requires that higher education graduates fulfil certain competencies and in fact they considered more important in the recruitment process than the degree itself. In Industrial Revolution 4.0 which is characterized by trends such as Internet of Things, robotics, virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI), the way people live and work has changed and because many jobs are predicted to be lost due to, among others, automation, it is important that HE comprehends the changing nature of the work and map the labour market condition. With the challenge of the 4th Industrial Revolution, it is of utmost necessity to prepare students during their study time, 3-4-year period. This paper will discuss the importance of higher education institutions in mapping the labour market in their efforts to prepare graduates with competencies for the 4.0 industrial revolution. Secondly this paper will discuss the importance of extracurricullar activities in higher education level because when designed carefully, extracurricular activities will become very effective for students to gain certain competencies

Developing Quality-conscious Professionals Through the Basics of Quality Management Course: Students’ Expectations

Ahmad Zamri Mansor

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 876-884

The course "Basics of Quality Management", an elective and liberal course for undergraduate level in UKM. The course represents an important effort in producing quality conscious professionals who will be able to utilise the knowledge for the betterment of the organisation and society. The study is guided by the following research questions: (1) What is students’ expectation in learning about quality management concepts?, and (2) How does this course add value to the students’ future career? Research participants consist of 62 undergraduate students from different faculties who registered in this course in the first week of the semester. This study employed qualitative method, where research participants were asked open ended questions in Google Form. Their responses were then analysed into themes. Their expectation in learning the course can be categorised into three themes: that they expect this course would enable them to (1) understand quality concepts; (2) be more quality conscious, and (3) solve quality-related problems related in theri personal and professional domains. Regarding the value-added importance of this course, three themes emerged, that (1) to prepare for their future highly specialized and sensitive nature of their future career; (2) to add competitiveness nature of their aspired new business venture, and (3) to inculcate quality in their professional life. This study serves as an opportunity to gain insight into student perspective into their choice of this course as one of their elective and how this course can add value to their future career.

Quality of Education as a starting point of Economic Growth in Uzbekistan


European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3221-3227

The article examines topical problems of improving the quality of education and its key role in achieving the goals of accelerated socio-economic development of Uzbekistan. However, over the years, a huge number of problems have accumulated in the country's educational system, which significantly reduce the prestige and efficiency of the education system. The article reveals the reasons that gave rise to negative trends in the field of education, analyzes the active efforts made by the state to eliminate them, substantiates their inadequacy to solve the acute problems of economic growth in the country. In it, a radical improvement in the quality of education is considered as the most important way to solve the pressing problems of labor migration of the population and employment of the unemployed.

Developing Professional Skills Of Students In Foreign Language Education (In Non-Phylological Universities)

Atadjanova Shakhnoz Abbasovna; Urinboeva Khayotkhon Mahamadinovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5727-5738

This scientific article deals with the issues of teaching foreign languages in non-philological universities in the period of COVID-19. Nowadays, in the process of foreign language teaching is focused on the solution of current problems, such as the formation and development of professional skills of future professionals in various fields. The peculiarities of foreign language teaching have been studied broadly, and the scientific work of scientists in this area has been analyzed to a certain extent. The importance of professional education in the formation of professional skills of future professionals was also analyzed. Learning reading in a foreign language is a tool for a future specialist to become competitive.

A Study On Brand Preference Towards Higher Level Education On Decision Making: Cfa

Dr. Madhur Gupta; Dr. D. Prabha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6941-6945

At a time when product management, marketing and promotional activities are integrated with Higher Education (HLEs), precisely in terms of universities / colleges in the world's most controversial regions where demand is given between students and HLE how different. To address this, the main purpose of this article is to generate a marketing program for HLE / Universities / colleges, which in the long run leads to wider management of their brand. Therefore, the documents reviewed initially contain Brand equals namely Product Management, Product preferences, etc. Details of this study were collected for graduate and graduate students, in order to find an improved concept of their selection, expectations and ideas for branding results and promotional activities in their selection process. It is known that there is a high correlation between perceived quality and a low Brand link between promotional and information. What has improved the overall results in a logical way is to explain the base of this article that “branding has become an important factor in institution of higher education / colleges to endure in a highly modest environment”.

Improving Higher Education Through Integrated Learning, Features Of An Integrated Lesson

Tukhtaeva Zebo Sharifovna; Saidova Khulkar Khamidovna; Turakulova Bakhriniso Bakhtiyorovna; Mukhamedjanova Sarvara Fakhritdinovna; Imomov Bekhruz Marat ugli

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3052-3064

The article outlines the issues of improving and developing higher education by solving the problems of integration and continuity, the implementation and structure of an integrated lesson, interdisciplinary integration and continuity.