It was attended by senators, members of the Committee's expert group, Jokargy Kenes of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, chairmen of the standing committees of regional and Tashkent city Kengashes of people's deputies, representatives of ministries and departments and the media.
It was noted that education and science are the key to development, creating opportunities for every young generation to get an education and engage in science in the future is a requirement of today.
The event also analyzed the achievements of the last five years and discussed the implementation of the tasks defined in the Development Strategy for 2022-2026.
In particular, the state of the ongoing work on the 50th goal of the Development Strategy is to double the scale of sending free and creatively thinking youth to study at prestigious foreign universities through the El-Yurt Umidi Foundation, with 50% of young people studying in the areas of technical, exact sciences and ICT, as well as 51 the goals envisaging the widespread introduction of innovations in the economy, the development of cooperative ties between industrial enterprises and scientific institutions.
The participants of the round table stressed that the acceleration of reforms in the field of science, the effective use of research results in the education system, the creation of modern laboratories for researchers are important factors.
Information was also provided on the reforms carried out on the mechanisms of formation and management of state programs related to scientific activities.
The speakers who took part in the event expressed their suggestions and recommendations on topics concerning the role of science in improving the quality of preschool education, the development of science in the public education system, topical issues of introducing the results of scientific research into pedagogical practice, scientific activity, the results achieved and prospects for development in the higher education system.
According to the results of the round table, final recommendations were developed based on the proposals made by the participants, the information service of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan reports.