At the invitation of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Minister of Tourism and Cultural Heritage, Rector of the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage – A.A. Abdukhakimov, on May 26 this year, the Chairman of the Uzbek-Japanese Innovation Center of Youth (UJICY) Nargiza Amirova and the Japanese specialist Yunikori Yanakida visited the Silk Road University.
The guests of honor were introduced to the unique educational system of the University, innovative solutions in educational processes. Mr. Yunikori Yanakida, impressed by the University’s capabilities, noted that the University innovation model is progressing noticeably and is able to compete with Japanese counterparts.
In addition, the First vice-rector of the University, prof. J. Eltazarov, had a conversation with representatives of UJICY, as a result of which the parties agreed to establish bilateral relations, integrate innovative programs into the education system at the University.
Also, for the guests of honor was organized a tour of the University Library, in which Japanese literature occupies a special place.
According to Mr. Yunikori Yanakida, the Silk Road University has all the opportunities for the harmonious development of students, familiarization with Japanese culture and learning the Japanese language.
A graduate of the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage Saidov A. began his career at “Air Marakanda” as an Operation Agent.
Air Marakanda was established in 2020 to serve passengers in the new terminal of Samarkand International Airport and ground handling of airlines.
The university cares about the future of its students, whose task is to evaluate the effectiveness of the employment of graduates by analyzing the demand for specialists in the labor market.
On May 25 of this year, another TED format event was held in the assembly hall of the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage, where university students acted as speakers.
Speakers covered a wide range of issues related to Youth Ideas. They talked about the following:
– effective teaching methods;
– a responsibility;
– how to apply for participation in international conferences?
– how can we improve our memory?
– motivational speeches;
– about family and mothers.
It is worth noting that according to the official TED standard, each speech cannot take more than 18 minutes, and speeches are more like a solo performance than a lecture.
During the speeches, the speakers spoke emotionally and frankly about what inspires them.
TED is a non-profit foundation whose main goal is the dissemination of unique ideas (“Ideas worth spreading”). TED stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design, three major areas that determine what the future will look like.
Dear students! If you wish to take part in this unique project, please contact this phone number: +998 93 565-05-24.
This study is about one of the main problems in tourism sphere and possible solutions for them. This article is based on recent problems and their solution will help to further develop tourism. In improving of tourism industry, touristic zones play an important role in its development. So, there are some places which are uncultivated and, in this research, we will discuss about them.
Key words: improving, Industry, Development, Uncultivated, archeological heritage, modern aspects
Starting from May 25 this year, on the basis of the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage were launched series of practical seminars in the areas of tourism and hotel business, within the framework of the German Society for International Cooperation’s (GIZ) program “Support for economic reforms and sustainable economic development in regions of Uzbekistan”.
On the opening day of the training seminar, the First Vice-Rector of the University J. Eltazarov emphasized the importance of high-quality training and professional skills of future personnel who will become potential employees in the hospitality and service industry.
The head of the Department for Science, Education and Research of the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Heritage of the Republic of Uzbekistan – A. Eshtaev drew the attention of the participants to the need to improve theoretical and practical skills, as well as to master the best practices of foreign countries in training personnel in the field of tourism.
The training seminar is organized for selected college and technical school teachers who have passed the selection criteria to work on pilot courses, work with practical laboratories and participate in a study tour to Ireland this summer.
The Academic staff of Karakalpak State University, as well as Khiva College of Tourism and Cultural Heritage, Margilan College of Tourism and Cultural Heritage and Andijan College of Tourism and Service take part in these seminars.
Practical seminars will continue until May 28 incl.
The acceptance of documents for the scholarship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the state scholarship named after Islam Karimov and the state scholarship named after A. Navoi for the 2022-2023 academic year has begun.
Deadline for submission of documents: until June 15.
Candidates: second and third year bachelor students and first year master’s students.
Master’s students can only apply for a scholarship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan. 2nd and 3rd year bachelor students can apply for the scholarship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the state scholarship named after Islam Karimov and the state scholarship named after A. Navoi.
The academic performance indicator of applicants for the scholarship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan should be 100% of “excellent” grades. The academic performance indicator of applicants for the State Scholarship named after Islam Karimov and the State Scholarship named after A. Navoi can allow up to 25% of “good” grades.
For more information, contact the Scientific Research Department: +998 90 603-55-23.
According to the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan No. PD-96 dated January 20, 2022 “On measures to turn the intellectual game “Zakovat” into a mass educational movement among the population and the development of other intellectual games”, at the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage was held the next, ninth intellectual game “Zakovat” among university students. The “Zakovat” games are held weekly, all interested students can take part by gathering their team.
On May 25 of this year, within the framework of five important initiatives, as well as the Girl’s circle “Culinary Secrets” by the head of the Department for inter-mahalla work with youth and organization of events N. Abduvakhidova and the Chairman of the Women’s Council of the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage – M. Abbasova was organized a master class on cooking the national dish “tukhum barak”.
Together with the talented girls of the University, N. Abduvakhidova held a cooking lesson for members of the “Kizlarjon” club.
At the event, the students were shown in detail the entire process of preparing tukhum barak. Also, while cooking, Abduvakhidova N. shared her knowledge about the history of Uzbek national dishes.
“If you collect all the recipes of Uzbek cuisine together, you get a real atlas of Uzbekistan, with all its ethno-cultural colors, traditions and characteristics of the indigenous people of each region separately,” – emphasized the Chairman of the Women's Council M. Abbasova.
Tukhum barak is an original dish of Uzbek cuisine, which is prepared exclusively in the Khorezm region. In fact, tukhum barak are square-shaped dumplings with a egg filling.
As the participants of this master class noted, “... the taste of tukhum baraks is incomparable with anything. The filling is tenderness itself! Thanks to butter and milk, it acquires juiciness. Light meal. And very nutritious!”
On May 24 of this year, students of the Tour-121 and Tour-221 groups, led by tutor Kodirova M. and head of the Department of Cultural Heritage Sidikova M., visited the unique center for the production of the famous Samarkand silk paper - the Meros factory, located in the village of Konigil.
There were told in detail the story of the reconstruction of the private enterprise “Konigil Meros”, about Samarkand paper, known in many countries of the world, which is made using the technologies of the 8th century. The students also got acquainted with the technology of manual production of a unique writing material from mulberry fibers. As craftsmen noted, the mechanization of production is limited only by the use of a water mill.
On May 23-24 this year, the Chairman of the Board of the Center for Sustainable Development of Tourism of Mongolia, Mr. Gansukh Damba, visited the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage.
During the study tour around the University, Mr. Gansuh Damba was impressed by the University management model, the unique historical elements of the Great Silk Road, the established galleries and the University Library.
Mr. Gansuh Damba expressed his gratitude for the hospitality, and stressed that, for his part, he would do everything necessary to implement further cooperation.
Samarkand city, Republic of Uzbekistan, 140104, 17, University boulevard.