In Samarkand State University to regularly inform professors, doctoral students and masters about fundamental reforms in the field of banking, finance, taxation and legislation the faculty of Economics and business invites leading economists and specialists, according to the approved plan and the developed program meetings, seminars and field lessons are organized.
On 15.02.2020, a master class was organized in 105 classroom of the University according to the plan. Head of the department of Asia Alliance Bank K.Abdukhamidov held a master class on "Developing a business plan in the digital economy", and chief specialist of the national movement "Yuksalish" D. Azamov on "Business communication".
Speakers at the event noted that the President's appeal to the Oliy Majlis was critical of the use of digital technologies in the banking system, the introduction of new banking products and software, which is 10-15 years behind current requirements and does not meet modern requirements of the industry.
In this regard, opinions and suggestions were expressed to increase the level of practical cooperation with educational institutions in providing potential specialists with a wide use of information technologies in banks. In particular, it was noted that banks should work with theoretical teachers based on the latest achievements in the banking sector and modern world standards to improve the quality of teaching and methodological support for educational institutions based on their personnel policy and activities. In order for lectures to meet today's reforms in this area, it is necessary to involve qualified specialists in this process.
In addition, the development of problem research laboratories with economic analysis of business projects with the participation of scientists, industry experts, entrepreneurs and students will contribute to the development of the industry. Opinions on strengthening the legal framework and monitoring its implementation aimed at strengthening public confidence in the banking system and preventing interference in banking activities were also actively discussed.