|BAKHRIEV AHMAD RAKHMATOVICH|
|Academic degree and title||Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor|
|Position:||Head of Magistracy Department|
|Reception days||Every day (14:00-16:00)|
|Tel.:||+99890 961 54 29|
Functions of the Department
|The department of magistracy has been operating since November 2015. Training in the magistracy is organized in accordance with the Charter of the Magistracy approved by the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan No. 36 dated March 2, 2015.
Head of the department: Bakhriev Ahmad Rakhmatovich, Ph.D., associate professor.
Requirements for the preparation of masters. General requirements for the preparation of masters are carried out in accordance with Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan No. 343 “On approval of state educational standards of higher education” dated August 16, 2001.
Requirements for the preparation of specific specialties of the magistracy is carried out by the qualification requirements approved by the competent state body.
A duty to independently conduct research and professional activities in the chosen profession;
To use modern information and communication technologies in professional activities;
To continue postgraduate studies at the Institute of Senior Researcher;
To study for additional professional education in the system of retraining and advanced training of teachers;
Upon graduation, the master, according to his specialty, scientific and scientific-pedagogical training can be engaged in:
Scientific and pedagogical;
Scientific and creative;
Research and experimental;
Design and technological;
Management in production, and may also be engaged in other activities according to the specialty of undergraduate.
Telecast on the topic of development of higher education in the TV channel
“Mening a yurtim” (MY5)
Report concert graduate students
Scientific conference held at the State Institute of Art and Culture of Uzbekistan
To date, training in the master’s program at the State Conservatory of Uzbekistan is carried out in 17 specialties:
5A150501-Academic choir conducting;
5A150501-Conducting: opera-symphonic conducting;
5A150601-Vocal art: traditional singing;
5A150601-Vocal art: academic singing;
5A150601-Vocal art: pop singing;
5A150702-Instrumental performance: wind and percussion instruments;
5A150702-Instrumental performance: folk instruments:
5A150702-Instrumental Performance: String Instruments
5A150702-Instrumental performance: traditional instruments
5A150702-Instrumental performance: variety instruments;
5A151401-Sound engineering: musical sound engineering;
5A150501-Conducting: conducting the orchestra of folk instruments;
5A150501-Conducting: conducting by military (brass) orchestra;
5A150501-Conducting: conducting a variety orchestra.
In the magistracy 70 students are trained in 17 specialties.
At the 1st year, 36 students are trained, of which 10 are students under state grants (5 of them are girls), 26 students are trained on a contract basis (7 of them are girls), one student is studying for a second specialty, in absentia.
In the 2-year study, 34 students (11 of them girls) are trained, 7 of them are students on the basis of a state grant (one of them is a girl), 27 students are trained on a contract basis (10 of them are girls), and 2 foreign students.
In the magistracy 55 teachers are engaged in students, all of them are professors and assistant professors. In the 2018-2019 academic year, studies are conducted in 11 specialties in the first and second courses
First-year students work according to the “Calendar-thematic plan” and many of them have passed one scientific article each for journals and scientific conferences. Active work on the master’s thesis
These days, 2-year students are working to complete a master’s thesis. They have two or more scientific articles published on various journals and collections of scientific conferences