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BNS: “Uzbekistan’s effective continuous education system is almost unparalleled in the world” PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 January 2016 07:01

Our country has conducted a radical reform of the system of education and training fr om the early days of independence based on the firmly formed legal framework, which guarantees the right to education.

An important role in informing the general public about the achievements of our country in the sphere play domestic and foreign media, acquainting their audience with the results of ongoing reforms in Uzbekistan. In particular, the portal of the Baltic News Agency (BNS) posted an article on the issue.

Its noted that to provide citizens quality and affordable education is a task that largely determines the development of society and its future. Uzbekistan is one of the few countries in the world wh ere the sphere is not only regarded as one of the most important and key areas of public policy, but in fact shows significant progress.


“The achievements are evident primarily in the area of preparation personnel that meets all modern requirements. It informed that foreign experts, public figures, representatives of business circles many times noted it”, wrote the article.

The source informed that the effective implementation of goals and objectives in this part of the social policy is largely dependent on two main factors. They, above all, are adequate funding, and strong regulatory framework, which establishes the laws of the system and allocate its main vectors of development.

“In 2016, 14 trillion 419.3 billion soums from the budget of Uzbekistan allocated on education, which is 16.6% higher than last year. Funds are directed to teachers’ salaries, as well as to the renovation and construction of schools, colleges, high schools, colleges, equipping them with modern technical facilities. In particular, this year it is planned to open 52 new facilities and major overhaul of 14 higher educational institutions in the country”, stated the publication.

The article noted that in addition to the state budget funds for these purposes, funds are allocated from the Fund for Reconstruction and Development of Uzbekistan. In 2016, $ 1.5 trillion soums are planned to direct for completion and construction of school buildings, and 480.7 billion of which will be used for the construction of new schools in the regions.

The article also stressed that during the years of independent development, Uzbekistan conducted radical reform of the entire education sector, which allowed establishing an effective continuous education system, almost unparalleled in the world.

Jahon Information Agency, Riga