The system of mentoring, which has been passed down from generation to generation, has changed greatly and has been deeply rooted in the centuries and has prospered for the benefit of the state and society during the years of independence.
The comprehensive development, improvement and wide dissemination of this unique system has become one of the priorities of our state, which embodied the unique national values, customs and traditions of our people.
It is impossible to imagine further development of the curatorial system without its rich methods and techniques, wide introduction of experience and achievements, its spirituality and enlightenment.
Such measures play an important role, directing the potential of talented people and thinkers to the future of the Motherland, educating young people in the spirit of ideas of national independence, reviving our national values and, most importantly, our self-awareness.
It should be noted that during the years of independence our rich history and unique heritage, sacred religions, traditions and customs have been restored, such as noble qualities, kindness, cooperation, tolerance, feeling of love for the Motherland and the future of our country make a great contribution to our life. All these positive factors have strengthened the morale of our people, strengthened the mood of entrepreneurship, creativity, patriotism and increased their confidence in the future.
Today, raising our children is one of the most important tasks. The effective use of the Advisor mentoring system is important in educational work.
The Advisor is the Team Leader. The essence of the Advisor's Charter was developed because it requires improvement and updating at the level of modern requirements and the following procedures and obligations have been introduced.
The Advisor of the International “Silk Road” Tourism University leads a group of 30-40 students who conduct spiritual and educational work with them, study their social problems and help them solve problems or send a proposal to the coordinator of youth spirituality and education.
The main purpose of the Advisor's Charter is to achieve the effectiveness of the educational work to further improve the activities of the Advisor, increase its sensitivity and develop among students in the spirit of devotion to the ideas of our independence.
The "Board of Leaders" below is referred to as the "Board of the Advisor". The "Chairman of the Board of Advisors" will be called the "Advisors Coordinator".
- BASIC RULES:
1.1. "Silk Road" trains specialists with higher education in the international university credit system. The main purpose of this system is to develop the skills of students to self-organize and self-study, based on the choice of education in the curriculum of the specialty.
1.2 This provision defines their place in the process of learning the requirements for the student's independent work and under the guidance of a teacher.
1.3 The present Charter is developed on the basis of the Law on education of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Rules of organization of the educational process on credit technology of education, other normative legal acts of the Republic of Uzbekistan on education and normative acts of the university.
1.4. Issues not regulated by the present Regulations are regulated by the current legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan and normative legal acts of the International University of Tourism "Silk Road".
1.5. The work of advisors is one of the most important indicators of the activity of university teachers and is taken into account when choosing vacancies.
1.6. Faculty leaders, in cooperation with the relevant deaneries and teachers, select teachers as equal advisors depending on their potential by interviewing. Once the list of surveyors attached to groups has been approved, they shall be submitted to the Surveyors' Council (hereinafter referred to as the Council).
1.7 In accordance with this Regulation, at the beginning of the new academic year, the Advisors' Coordinator, deans and alternates will inform students about the aims and objectives of the Advisors.
1.8 The Head of the Department of Spirituality and Enlightenment Youth Affairs, summarizes and discusses the work of the Advisor with the Vice-Rector for Education and Training and submits for approval to the Rector the lists of the Faculty Council and prepares draft orders on the appointment of advisers for the academic groups of the University.
1.9. This order sets forth the corresponding paragraphs of the decision of the University Council on the payment of overtime and other benefits of the advisors.
1.10. The advisors will conduct classes based on the developed curriculum and relevant topics.
1.11. He works in partnership with a university psychologist.
1.12. Advisors are mainly engaged in independent thinking, wide range of horizons and deep knowledge of students, proud of their homeland, rich material and cultural heritage, national values, respect for traditions and customs of our ancestors. Their work should be aimed at nurturing courageous, creative and, of course, highly moral people.
1.13. The Head of the Department of Spirituality and Enlightenment Youth Affairs and the Chairman of the Council and Deans of the faculties are the heads of and are responsible for the Advisor.
1.14. At the end of each semester, the Council, together with the deans and departments, holds an analytical workshop meeting of the Advisor and, at the end of the academic year, holds the competition "The Best Advisor of the Year".
- THE DUTIES OF THE EDWEISER COORDINATOR:
2.1 In the process of attaching the editors to the group their wishes are taken into account;
2.2 At the end of the quarter, the Board of Directors will meet and review the progress of the training process and adopt an agreement;
2.3 With regulations in place, allow students to use libraries, the Internet, and other sources as appropriate to obtain information and to participate in national and international spiritual, educational, and contests;
2.4 At the end of the academic year for the competition it recommends "The Best Advisor of the Year".
- OBJECTIVES OF THE ADVISOR:
3.1 The Advisor is a tutor who acts as an academic mentor for a student specializing in a field of specialization, assisting in the selection of a course (individual curriculum) and in mastering the curriculum.
3.2 The Advisor assists and provides assistance in the development and adjustment of the individual curriculum, represents the academic interests of students, and participates in the preparation of all necessary information materials on the organization of the learning process.
3.3 The Advisor will have sufficient academic training in the specific subjects included in the Individual Curriculum, maintain relationships with faculty and students, and be creative in his work based on principles of corporate and professional ethics.
3.4 During the whole period of training, Advisor will be engaged in organizational, methodological and advisory work.
3.5 The Advisor helps the student to form and master an individual course from the curriculum.
3.6 The Advisor assists the student not only in the direction of study, but also in improving development on the personal side. At the same time, it helps the student identify his non-academic interests, choose a type of community service, and inform students about opportunities to develop creative skills at the university.
3.7. Advisor can also help the student decide on future career issues, determine the direction of research, choose a supervisor, the topic of the thesis and determine the basis for professional practice.
3.8 The student must be not only professionally literate, but also mature. Therefore, the work of the Advisor should be aimed at forming a worldview and civic foundations for students on the basis of spiritual wealth and historical experience of Uzbekistan.
The functional responsibilities of the Advisor include:
3.9. With this Regulation and the current regulations as defined, a work plan should be developed that includes collective and individual meetings on student actions below.
3.10. To assist students in choosing courses in the curriculum when registering for a course and in developing an individual study plan.
3.11. Assist students in making changes to the individual study plan as needed.
3.12. Advisor is responsible for executing the individual approved study programs from students.
3.13. At the same time, work and check with deans and vice chancellors of attached students during the study process.
3.14. To conduct educational work with attached students to improve academic development, discipline, attendance, and involvement in university life.
3.15. To present the annual report on the work of the chairs.
3.16. Provide regular information about student hostels and help them solve housing and social problems.
3.17. Communicate with parents and relatives of students.
3.18. Provide and collect relevant information about students.
3.19. To involve students in the collective life of the Department, Faculty and University.
3.20. Inform the parents (relatives), the head of the department, the faculty about the students' academic and non-university activities in time.
3.21. The consulting work of the Advisor consists of:
- To acquaint students with the rules of organization of educational process;
- to express the priority of students' aspirations and possibilities;
- to acquaint students with the model and working curricula and the list of disciplines, the requirements for making the list of obligatory and optional subjects;
- explain the basics of credit educational technology implementation, definition of credits as a single assessment of labor costs;
- explain to students the basic rules of internal discipline in academic buildings and hostels and the consequences of their violation;
- to inform students about the creative abilities of the university, to involve them in student public associations, scientific, artistic and sports clubs;
3.22. Adviser has the right:
- 3.22. Adviser has the right: to check the compliance of current, intermediate and final control in all subjects.
- When considering issues related to student performance and academic status, participate in the work of the commission (council).
- It is the responsibility of the Board to ensure that the information on each student's academic performance is completed correctly on the Internet.
- Require departments to receive timely information on the number of courses they are required to present to students.
- To participate in the discussion of all matters relating to students.
- Make suggestions for improving teaching and extracurricular activities.
- QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ADVISER:
4.1 The Adviser - must have qualities such as: intellectual, cultural, leadership, creative abilities, organizational, initiative and entrepreneurial skills, sense of responsibility, ability to make independent decisions and actions, ability to achieve the strategic goals of the institution and politeness.
4.2. Must be aware of information on matters within their field.
4.3. Knowledge of Russian and English languages.
4.4. With higher education.
- CONTROL OF THE WORKFLOW OF THE ADVISER:
5.1 Advisor: Head of the Department of Youth, Spirituality and Enlightenment of the University, Chairman of the Council and Deans of the Faculty.
5.2 The control is carried out in the information-curatorial hours.
5.3 On the 2nd day of each month, the Advisers will report on their activities to the Head of the Department of Youth, Spirituality and Enlightenment. At the end of the semester, at a meeting held by the Council, the Dean's report on the activities of the teachers will be heard.
5.4 If necessary, issues related to the work of the acquirer and the student will be included in the agenda of the University Council.
5.5. The activities of the Advisers are evaluated according to the following criteria:
a) Compliance with the university's ethical standards among students;
b) Observance of internal discipline of the university among students: attendance, mastering of subjects, results of participation in Olympiads held at university, city, regional, republican and international levels, conferences and seminars.
c) to be active and to reach heights in various events and competitions;
d) to participate and results of students in research works;
e) moral and ethical qualities of students.
- THE ORDER OF THE SELECTED EDUCATIONAL DIRECTIONS
6.1 Based on the curriculum and the list of subjects, the student chooses his/her own course of study.
6.2 Individual planning of training each semester is formed under the guidance of the Advisor.
6.3 Chairmen of departments should provide the adviser with detailed information on quantity and description of subjects.
6.4 The formed individual study plan is signed by the student in triplicate and submitted to the editorial office for approval.
6.5 The author of the individual study plan, if there is no objection, coordinates it in a faculty office and submits it for approval to the dean of the faculty. After approval, one copy is retained by the student and the second copy is sent by the instructor to the Registrar Office of the Faculty for use in the certification process, while the third copy is kept in the dean's office and serves as the basis for the student's academic planning. The deadline for the submission of an individual course of study in the 1st week of the semester must be given to the Registrar's Office. The student's individual study program is registered under his/her personal identification number.
6.6. Departments should provide students with information on the number and content of courses through the eLearning and presentation of courses through the Registrar Office program.
6.7 Academic activities and schedules for each course will be based on student enrollment.
6.8. Registration of students for studies is carried out in the system "Office Registration" with the help of methodical and consultative method of adviser by filling out the necessary forms with the participation of representatives of departments and deans. The terms of registration are specified in the Academic Calendar.
6.9. Enrolment in science is carried out by the student after careful discussion of his/her individual way of education with the adviser. The Edweiser explains the choice of subjects based on approved work plans and disciplines.
- PROCEDURE FOR MAKING CHANGES AND ADDITIONS TO THE CHARTER
Amendments and additions to the charter are made on the proposal of the Council of Supervisors and approved by the Rector of the University.