Society supports youth in the study of innovative ideas

“Uzbekiston Temir Yollari” JSC together with educational institutions of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Belarus, Japan and the People’s Republic of China are working on creating the intellectual, scientific and technological potential of young people and filling the transport sector with qualified personnel, through the Tashkent Institute of Railway Engineers. Currently, 390 young people study at prestigious universities in these countries. Measures are being taken to provide comprehensive support to students on the basis of public educational grants, to provide them with quality education and life in appropriate conditions.

On February 19, Deputy Chairman of the Board of “Uzbekiston Temir Yullari” Utkir Tursunkulov met with parents of students studying abroad for grants.

At the beginning of the conversation, Utkir Tursunkulov informed about the content of the interview with students studying in the Russian Federation, about scholarships, opinions of foreign educational institutions about the youth of Uzbekistan and their attitude towards education.

“The number of young people studying for grants has been steadily increasing over the past five years,” Tursunkulov said. – Expanding the opportunities for education abroad, we invest in our future and create a space for solving global problems.

It was emphasized that parents need to pay attention to familiarizing themselves with the problems and long-term plans of students, providing them with the best possible assistance, as well as implementing various projects in cooperation with them. Detailed information was provided on the status of each student. Parents were informed about the conditions for continuing the next level of education for their children.

As noted during the conversation, negotiations are underway in areas such as the implementation of new projects and initiatives, conducting joint research with academic circles, and the implementation of exchange programs, including students studying abroad, should serve as a bridge.

During an open dialogue, parental opinions were also heard. The proposals and comments on what should be paid more attention to the education of young railway workers have been studied.

Parents were also reminded to pay attention to the education and spirituality of their children. It was decided to hold more such meetings in the future.

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