At the initiative of our President, complex institutional and structural reforms are being carried out in the socio-economic development of our country. In particular, the country is working to reduce the participation of the state in the economy, protect the rights of business entities, strengthen the stability of private property and support business initiatives. The development of entrepreneurship at our university is also aimed at attracting students to it.
In March 2020, Khasan and Khusan Mamasaidovs, the founders of Delhi, Office Market and the authors of the MFactor project, which attracted thousands of entrepreneurs, met with students. Khasan and Khusan Mamasaidovs told how they got started with no start-up money at the current business training on “Success Factors / Lack of Business”. The aim of the training was to attract more young people to entrepreneurship, provide them with jobs and further develop a sense of involvement in entrepreneurship. They also spoke in detail about starting a business, student periods, how they became entrepreneurs, who their mentors were in life.
The competition “Innovative Developments and Startup Projects” was held at the university on May 19-20, 2021. About 150 applications for inventions were received from our students. Forty-six authors were shortlisted for the accuracy and relevance of their ideas. The final was transparently chaired by a wide range of experts in 3 areas and the winners were announced. The rector of the university awarded the winners of the competition with memorable gifts and certificates. This competition was widely reported in the media.