- 2021-07-28 09:52:50
In the 2021/2022 academic year, entrance examinations begin on August 5, and the number of test items has been optimized.
🔰In the academic year 2021/2022, citizens with at least five years of work experience in the economy have the right to be recommended for training in the form of part-time and evening forms of study on the basis of differentiated payment for services. contract. The list of ministries, departments and large business associations was approved. In this case: - Ministries, departments and large business associations can recommend up to 100 applicants for the 2021/2022 academic year; - for employees who have worked as the main place of work in the system of a ministry, agency or large business association for at least 5 years, a recommendation is issued by the first head of the organization on the basis of the main activities of the ministry. , agency or large business association; - Payment and contractual funds for training an applicant recommended for correspondence and evening study (5 years for correspondence studies, 4 years for evening studies) based on the results of the interview, are paid within the terms established by a specific operating organization (ministry, department, large business association) ...Source: edu.uz
OFFICIALLY CONFIRMED. According to the decree of the State Commission for Admission to Educational Institutions of the Republic of Uzbekistan No. 2 dated July 26, 2021, based on the epidemiological situation in a pandemic, entrance examinations to higher educational institutions for admission to educational institutions in 2021/2022. 5th year from August (usually in two shifts a day: 1st shift from 07:00, 2nd shift from 19:00) and tests will take place in open stadiums and alleys. According to the State Commission, the number of test tasks has been optimized for the convenience of applicants in the event of a pandemic, and a total of 3 hours will be allocated for entrance tests. In this case: ➡️ In the first part in three compulsory subjects - native language (Uzbek, Russian, Karakalpak and other languages), mathematics and history of Uzbekistan in each of 10 subjects for a total of 30 test tasks with a total duration of 60 minutes; ➡️A total of 40 test items in 20 subjects and a total of 120 minutes will be allocated for each of the two subjects corresponding to the bachelor's degree selected by the applicant in the second section; ➡️A total of 63 points in three compulsory subjects, a total of 126 points in two subjects corresponding to the applicant's chosen bachelor's degree, a total of 189 points. Source: edu.uz