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The ethics of Bukhara State University

"Only a well-educated person is a person who values ​​human dignity, national values,

in a word, to understand oneself, to live in a free and free society,

is worthy of our independent state in the world community

can fight for selflessness to play a prominent role. "

I.A. Karimov

Section 1. General rules

1.1. The Code of Conduct of the Republic of Uzbekistan (hereinafter referred to as the "Rules") is governed by the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the National Program of Personnel Training, the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan " , "On the principles of the state youth policy" and "On principles and guarantees of freedom of information", "Year of Youth", "Year of harmoniously developed generation" state programs, Relevant orders of the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education, the Charter of the University, the internal regulations and the universally recognized moral and ethical principles.

In the development of "Rules" the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan regulates the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan on the education of citizens, the establishment of the legal basis for training, vocational training and ensuring the constitutional right of everyone to education, for the development and implementation of effective forms and methods of spiritual and moral upbringing and educational work, the main function of the University is to educate and educate.

1.2. "Rules" come into force after the approval of the Scientific Council of the University, and amendments and additions are made upon the decision of the Scientific Council.

1.3. "Rules" define ethical principles, rules and responsibilities of BSU's administration, professors and teachers, employees and students (team members) in the relationship with the University.

1.4 Observing "Rules" BSU is obligatory for all members of the team.

1.5. Everyone who has been admitted to a job or job must be familiar with the "Rules" and must keep the responsibility for it.

1.6. The University is interested in observance of the Guidelines in cooperation with public, state and non-governmental organizations, educational and scientific institutions, entrepreneurship, media and parents of students.


Section 2. Goals and tasks
2.1. The purpose of "Rules" is to form a healthy moral and social-psychological environment in the University, to maintain its prestige and reputation, to assist in the training of highly qualified cadres meeting high moral and ethical requirements, increasing the prestige of society and the education system.

2.2. The main objectives of "Rules" are:

  - armed with high moral and ethical qualities, aware of the responsibility of society, state and family, acknowledging the internal and external policies of the state, patriotic and humanistic, entrepreneurial and entrepreneurial, modern knowledge; training highly qualified, conscientious and conscientious specialists with high humanistic will;

- Formation, storage and protection of the spiritual immunity of team members;

- Preventing any behavior that is directed toward the eradication of morality among young people, including the promotion of violence, illiteracy and cruelty, including the use of alcohol and drug addiction, other deadly threats, and religious and extremist influencing the effects of the "mass culture" attacks.


Section 3. Common rules for the morals of team members

3.1. Partnership, mutual trust, respect, mutual respect and friendship are the main conditions in the interaction of team members.

3.2. The main principle of mutual relations in the University is the right of one person not to abuse the rights of another person, including the freedom of speech of a collective of the person, to slander him, to insult him, to denounce him publicly, freedom of speech does not guarantee the right to freedom of religion in a religious ceremony, and does not guarantee the freedom of clothing to influence the educational process at school, and so on.

3.3. The members of the team are interested in the BSU, which is open to the body of the people, the shoulders, chest and abdomen, as well as the upper parts of the knee, and in excessive sweatshirts or religious dresses, metal chains, plugs, it is forbidden to come in on sportswear and footwear without putting different braces on the body. Members of the team must come to the USSR and come up with uniform.

3.4. In order to respect the honor and dignity of the member of the team and to preserve the spiritual heritage of our people, the members of the team shall not be dishonest to each other, and shall be forbidden to use the words "You" the habit of applying.

3.5. Team members of Bukhara are obliged to respect respectful attitude towards the speakers at different events (meetings, solemn sessions, business meetings, holidays) and to keep the peace of mind. If necessary, a word can be left out of the hall at the end of the word until the one word ends and the other one begins to speak.

3.6. If there is traffic jams in the premises, the students should transfer the professors and teachers and the men to the men beforehand.

3.7. Everyone entering the premises shall be obliged to provide the responsible person who has been appointed to supervise the entry into the building or the officer to open the identification document.

3.8. Members of the team must move to the right of the road in the territory of the SCSU. When greeted each other, they would welcome the fact that students are encouraged to greet professors and teachers and employees, men and women, and young adults. This is an exception, and can only be handled by the elderly when the first person handles it.

3.9. It is forbidden to put in the Internet or use it for any purpose that is not specific to national or global values, or concerns internal issues of the University.

3.10. Computers, software, non-compliant information, including cinematograph films, illicit religious materials, images, national, racial, ethnic or religious hatred, preparation, storage, dissemination and is forbidden.

3.11. It is forbidden to engage in activities that may interfere with the exercises and the workplace and the integrity of the team members (unreasonable use of radios, televisions, tape recorders and other audio enhancements).

3.12. Team members of Bukhara team must attend the classes and come to the schedule on schedule.

3.13. It is forbidden to conduct any offense in the University, including slander, insult, dissemination of information that may have a material or material damages to the collective health, injury to the victim, the use of remedies (drugs, psychotropic drugs, etc.), alcoholism, smuggling, domestic violence, quarrels, gambling and other pagan-based games.

Section 4. The relationship between teaching staff and students in the educational process

 4.1. The relationship between teaching staff and students in the educational process should be based on the national tradition of "teacher-apprentice".

4.2. When entering the teacher-teacher, all the students should greet them and then get their seats.

4.3. It is forbidden to use any cellular communication during classes.

4.4. If the student interferes with the course of his / her abusive behavior, the professor-teacher may notify the dean of the situation and may disqualify such student from his / her training.

4.5. If the student has to communicate with the professor-teacher during his or her studies, then the student will have the following rules:

-professor-tutor provides training, counseling hours in accordance with the timetable, independent work, assignment of a rating or timely arrangement;

- It is necessary to know precisely the position, name, patronymic and surname of professor-teacher who wants to communicate.

4.6. If the student arrives in front of a professor without a prior agreement, he or she may not even be asked to speak for a short time from the professor or teacher, if he or she has come or gone late to the general or consensus counseling hour.

4.7. In some cases, students may apply for a change of professor or teacher. It is important for the group to have a clear idea of ​​the serious causes (pervasiveness, discretion, proving the facts of regular breaks in teacher-teacher's guilt).

4.8. In case of conflict of interest between a student and a student, the student may apply to the head of the department with a request to issue a rating to the special commission. In this case, reference should be made. These issues are solved by the dean of the faculty on the presentation of the head of the department.


Section 5. The relationship between professor-teachers

5.1. In the mutual relations of professors and teachers - the only team should respect the principles of mutual respect and respect, friendship, solidarity, honesty and justice.

5.2. In the relationships of professors and teachers, disrespect for human dignity, discrimination, the acquisition of intellectual property of the person, use of violence, misuse of words, fraud, moral, material or physical harm to others is strictly prohibited.

Section 6. Interaction of students

6.1. In the relationship between the students - the only team, the principle of mutual respect and respect, friendship, solidarity, honesty and justice.

6.2. In the relations of students, man is a person who defends human dignity, discrimination, acquires the intellectual property of the person, uses violence, provocative speech, fraud, moral, material or physical harm to others are offered.

Section 7. Moral responsibilities of professors and teachers

- exemplary students in adhering to ethical norms;

- abstaining from the actions contrary to the interests of the University;

- any unpleasant incident or event, immediately inform the administration of that event;

- Prevention of any circumstances that can undermine the authority and influence of the University;

- Do not use the information on the university to harm its interests or reputation or use it for its own benefit;

- To teach students the national traditions, traditions and values ​​of morality in the course;

- Establishing a healthy lifestyle among young people, alerting them to alcohol and drug addiction, other deadly threats, and religious and extremist influences, and "mass culture" attacks;

- Assist in the development of effective forms and methods of spiritual and moral upbringing and educational work of trainees.

Section 8. Ethnic responsibilities of students

a) Within the territory of the territory:
entrance to the territory with a student ID;
pollution of the area and disposal of waste only on the ground;
greetings when faced with teachers;
do not walk around the premises during the training sessions;
Careful attitude to the property of the State University (real estate and real estate, flora and fauna, etc.);
to adhere to dressing and intercourse;
Do not skip any promotions without the permission of managers;
maintain the peace of mind;
drugs and psychotropic substances, alcohol and tobacco products. In accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, it is the responsibility of the non-timely reporting of the above cases to the relevant organizations.
b) in the audience:
removal of cellular communication;
do not talk during class;
cultural attitudes, lack of access to parties;
do not leave scrap and other unnecessary items;
non-eating, chewing gum.
c) in places of public catering:
to follow the order of food intake;
Respect for teachers, women, and elderly people in traffic situations;
noise during meal;
observance of the rules established in the general public catering section.
d) at the information resource center:
Respect for IRC staff;
careful attitude to books and equipment;
not to speak loudly and not to interfere with others;
not to leave scraps, chewing gum and other waste;
comply with the procedures for obtaining and submitting books.
d) in student dormitories:
preserve and damage the existing equipment;
economical use of electricity, gas and water resources;
comply with the rules of use of sanitary and hygienic rooms;
compliance with the "Regulations" and "Internal Regulations" of the student residence.
e) in sports complexes:
access to sports and clothing;
cultural relations with sports inventory;
re-transfer sports inventory to the specified places after training;
compliance with the established rules of the sports complex.
j) at the Palace of Culture and other public events:
- culturally appropriate attitude and other equipment;

- not to whistle during public events, to shout and not to leave without prejudice before the event ends;

- not to sleep, to lie down on the seats, not to talk to each other, not to interfere with the surrounding people.

In addition,

- aspiration to create a positive impression on various aspects of the life of the University with its exemplary behavior and knowledge;

- deep understanding of noble qualities, such as striving for perfection, living honestly and justly;

- The interests of the University, its honor and glory, its reputation and influence, its preservation and respect for them.

Section 9. Professor-teacher and students are morally well-behaved

prohibited situations

To the professor-teacher:

- discrimination of the personality and dignity of the members of the team, the discussion of the personal and family problems of others;

- organizing various types of grievances, arguments and opinions on team members and others;

- discussion of professional and personal disadvantages of colleagues with their students;

- expulsion of students from unsubsistent learning sessions;

- commercial advertisement trainings;

- carrying out religious propaganda in educational activities;

- come to training sessions without drunken, hair-bearded and without dressing;

- Drinking and smoking in buildings are strictly forbidden.

The student:

- To teach professors-teachers, to talk about unfounded during training;

- to discuss with others the value of others;

- to take any actions related to libelous, indigent, or traffickers;

- disrespect towards employees and their co-workers;

- receiving foreign assistance and providing assistance to others during the execution of other procedures relating to the protection of written matters and rating controls;

- hand over assignments or written assignments from other persons;

- missed or delayed training;

- leaving the audience without the permission of professor-teacher during the training;

- Intentional damage to another student's work;

- It is strictly forbidden to look in a variety of ways to ensure the financial well-being.

Section 10. Ethics-related relationship between administration, faculty and staff

10.1. Relations between administration, faculty and staff are based on the principles of mutual respect, harmony, diligence, tolerance, humanism, integrity and justice.

10.2. In co-operation with the staff, professors and teachers, and staff on issues related to their activities, it is important for one party to put pressure on another party or to act on it, as well as make decisions that are contrary to the principles of fairness and interests of the SCO. do not eat.

10.3. It is advisable to solve the problems between employees with equal positions. Employees with equal rank positions will be able to solve various issues within the scope of their authority without involving management.

10.4. The order of administration in any case is regulated by subordination.

10.5. The professor-teacher and the employee are encouraged and encouraged to improve the spiritual-moral environment in the University.

10.6. The administration provides all the benefits for leisure, relaxation and physical training of professors and lecturers, as well as access to modern computers, the Internet, the library fund, and information resources, which are profitable for professional and intellectual development. will give.

Section 11. Promotion and remedies.

11.1. At the recommendation of the team members, faculty deans, heads of departments and heads of departments, who adhered to the "Rules" during the academic year, assisted in the further consolidation and strengthening of the high moral and ethical environment in the University, in accordance with the internal rules of procedure, material or mentality.

 11.2. When the members of the team violate these "Rules", measures taken in the section "Disciplinary Measures" of the Internal Regulations of the SCO shall be taken into account.

In addition, in order to ensure the public control over the conduct of the members of the team, the rules of non-observance of these rules were also discussed at the United Trade Union Committee in the Bukhara State Committee, Youth Movement "Kamolot", Women's Councils and "Parents" may also introduce a written notification of the conduct of the member of the team to the public of the mahalla where he or she lives.

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