Scholarships

THE CABINET OF MINISTERS OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN
RESOLUTION
MEASURES TO DETERMINE THE AMOUNT OF SCHOLARSHIPS PAID TO STUDENTS OF HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND TO IMPROVE THE PROCEDURE FOR APPOINTMENT AND PAYMENT OF SCHOLARSHIPS
 
     President of the Republic of Uzbekistan “2019/2020 academic year enrolled in higher education institutions of the Republic of Uzbekistan to the parameters of the state order” on June 17, 2019 No. PP-4359   the implementation of the resolution In order to ensure, as well as to further improve the procedure for the appointment and payment of scholarships for students of higher education institutions, the Cabinet of Ministers decides:
     1. From the 2019/2020 academic year:
     The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Uzbekistan on a pilot basis for students studying in higher education institutions on the basis of state grants and scholarship payments (studying on the basis of state grants) scholarships in the basic amount (400 thousand soums), except for graduate students, as well as scholarships for students with “excellent” mastering in the amount of an additional 15 percent of the basic scholarship;
     For students studying on a fee-for-service basis, a procedure has been introduced for students to pay the contract value at their own discretion in the form of scholarships or non-scholarships, which stipulates the annual amount of the basic stipend to be accepted for information.
     2. Based on the results of experimental work on the appointment and payment of scholarships to students of higher education institutions in the first semester of the 2019/2020 academic year, the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan , To approve the proposals of the Ministry of Finance and the ministries and departments with higher education institutions in the system on the introduction of the following from February 1, 2020:
     students studying on the basis of a state grant, as well as on a scholarship payment-contract form of training in a separate form from production (full-time form of education) (studying on the basis of a state grant in the 2019/2020 academic year) providing a fixed amount of basic scholarship, except for graduate students);
     determination of scholarships for students with only “excellent” mastering of subjects (rating – 86 points and above) at the end of the academic semester, with an increase of 20% compared to the basic scholarship;
     students studying on the basis of a state grant (2019/2020) with a “satisfactory” grade (rating – less than 71 points) at the end of the academic semester with a rate of 30% or more non-award of scholarships during the next academic semester, except for graduate students studying on the basis of state grants in the academic year;
     Scholarships are awarded to orphans and children deprived of parental care with disabilities of groups 1 and 2 studying on a fee-for-service basis. implementation of projects at the expense of the republican budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan;
     Student Incentive Fund at the expense of 10% of the planned budget funds for scholarship payments in higher education institutions in the relevant financial year and 2% of the planned revenues from the payment-contract (next o ‘ called the Fund in the Rins);
     Incentives for all students with special abilities and talents, active in public affairs, as well as those in need of social protection, studying on the basis of state grants and fee-for-service contracts in the amount of up to 50% in addition to the Fund’s account ;
     Winners of international, national and higher education science Olympiads and sports competitions, who have a special ability to study at a higher education institution on the basis of a state grant and fee-for-service at the expense of the Fund. as well as the introduction of a one-time incentive or financial aid payment in the amount of up to 10 times the basic scholarship to students in special cases (such as illness or death of family members) in accordance with the criteria set by the board of the higher education institution.
     3. The following:
     Regulations on the procedure for appointment and payment of scholarships to students of higher education institutions in   accordance with Annex 1 ;
     To approve the established sizes of scholarships for students of higher educational institutions   according to appendix 2 .
     4. To specify:
     “Excellent” (rating – 86 points and above) and “good” (rating – 71 points and above) studying in higher education institutions on the basis of state grants. of the Cabinet of Ministers “On the procedure and amount of scholarships for students of higher education institutions” actually paid from September 1, 2019 to February 1, 2020 as a trial for students with indicators  The difference between the amounts to be paid on the basis of the Resolution No. 344 of August 17, 2001 is  covered within the State Budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan allocated for 2020 to the ministries and departments with higher education institutions;
     Scholarships for graduate students studying on the basis of state grants of higher education institutions in the 2019/2020 academic year from February 1, 2020, as an exception, will be  paid in accordance with Annex 3, based on student mastery grades  ;
     Holders of state scholarships, paid on a contract basis from the 2019/2020 academic year, orphans and parents with disabilities of groups 1 and 2, who are fully covered by the state Taking into account that scholarships are paid from the republican budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan, students who are deprived of their children will have the opportunity to pay the contract amount for the relevant academic year in the form of scholarships;
     intended for foreign investors who are students of higher educational institutions of the Republic and have a residence permit or investment visa in the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan when their family members are studying at higher educational institutions are eligible for a stipend.
     5. In awarding scholarships to students receiving the State Scholarship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the State Scholarships named after Beruni, Ibn Sino, Navoi, Ulugbek, Imam al-Bukhari and Islam Karimov, the Cabinet of Ministers approved the resolution “On awarding and financial incentives to talented youth of Uzbekistan. To  keep the procedures established by the resolution of the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan from October 13, 2008 of No. 226
In this case, starting from the 2019/2020 academic year, the costs associated with the payment of state scholarships will be covered by the State Budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan, regardless of whether students are studying on the basis of state grants or fee-for-service contracts. be taken into account.
     6. The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan together with the Ministry of Finance to further improve the appointment of scholarships in higher education institutions, including the introduction of “social” and “academic” scholarships for students in accordance with the principles of social justice submit submitted proposals to the Cabinet of Ministers by September 1, 2020.
     7. To consider invalid some decisions of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan  according to appendix 4  .
      8. To the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan from November 21, 2017 of No. 930 “About approval of the Situation on the procedure for the organization of correspondence (special correspondence) and evening (shift) education in higher education institution” QT, No. 11, Article 267) Paragraph 12 of Annex 1  shall  be worded as follows:
     “12. It is allowed to transfer from part-time (special part-time) education to full-time education and part-time (special part-time) education from one field of education to another.
     9. To the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan together with the interested ministries and departments in a month to bring the accepted regulatory legal acts into accord with this resolution.
     10. Control of execution of this resolution to assign to the Minister of Higher and Secondary Special Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan IU Madjidov and the Secretariat of Education and Health of the Cabinet of Ministers.
      Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan A. ARIPOV
           Tashkent,
     January 31, 2020,
            59-sound
 
Of the Cabinet of Ministers of January 31, 2020
APPENDIX 1 to Resolution No. 59
On the procedure for awarding and paying scholarships to students of higher education institutions

Legislation

 
Chapter 1. General rules
     1. This Provision determines the procedure for appointment and payment of scholarships to students of the state higher educational institutions (except for foreign students).
     This Regulation does not apply to foreign higher education institutions, their branches and private higher education institutions operating in the country.
      2. The following concepts are used in this Provision:
     Scholarship – for students (except for foreign students) studying on the basis of a state grant and a scholarship fee-contract on a separate basis from the production of higher education (hereinafter referred to as full-time education) monthly cash benefits, regardless of other withheld payments;
     basic amount of the stipend – the minimum amount of the stipend paid to the students studying on the basis of the state grant and the stipend payment-contract, established in the order established by the legislation;
     Scholarship Commission – for the appointment of scholarships to students in higher education institutions in each academic year under the chairmanship of the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs (Deputy Director of the branch), deans of faculties (at the undergraduate level in higher education without a dean of the faculty) in institutions – the head of the educational and methodical department or department), the rector of the higher education institution (director of the branch), consisting of representatives of the primary organization of the trade union and the Youth Union of Uzbekistan, academic groups, accounting or a commission approved by the person performing his duties;
     mastering (rating control) indicator – the results of testing the knowledge and skills of students in the disciplines (classes) conducted in the higher education institution on the basis of the curriculum of undergraduate (master’s specialties) ;
     mastering student – a student who does not have an academic debt on the indicators of mastering (rating control) for the previous academic semester;
     The Student Incentive Fund provides financial support to students who have mastered the subjects at the end of the academic semester in higher education institutions, have special abilities and talents, are active in public affairs, as well as in need of social protection. support organization fund.
     3. According to the conclusion of the scholarship commission, students of higher education institutions at the end of the academic semester, based on such criteria as mastery of subjects, special abilities and talents, activity in public affairs, as well as the need for social protection. scholarships are awarded on the basis of the established amount of scholarships for students of higher educational institutions and other incentive measures are taken.
Chapter 2. Procedure for awarding and paying scholarships to students studying on the basis of state grants
     4. Scholarship payments to full-time students in higher education institutions on the basis of state grants are made at the expense of the republican budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
     5. At the end of the 1st semester of the academic year, first-year students are assigned and paid a stipend in the basic amount of the scholarship until the indicators (grades) of mastering the subjects are known.
     6. Scholarships based on the results of the previous academic semester:
     a) is appointed and paid in the following order:
     for students with only “excellent” grades in all subjects (rating – 86 points and above) with an increase in the basic amount of scholarships by 20%;
     for students who master less than 30% of the indicators of mastering the subject at a “satisfactory” grade (rating – less than 71 points) – in the basic amount of the scholarship;
     b) students (orphans and parents with full state support) with 30% or more of the indicators of mastering the subject with a “satisfactory” grade (rating – less than 71 points) Scholarships will not be awarded during the next academic semester, except for students who are children deprived of care and have disabilities of groups 1 and 2).
Chapter 3 Procedure for awarding and paying scholarships to students studying on a fee-for-service basis
     7. Students studying on a fee-for-service basis are entitled to pay the contract value at their own discretion, with or without a stipend.
     The stipend payment-contract includes the annual amount of the basic stipend and the stipend is paid monthly during the year.
     8. At the end of the academic semester, students studying in higher education institutions on a scholarship-contract basis are assigned and paid a basic amount of scholarships, regardless of the indicators of mastering the subjects.
     9. Scholarships are awarded to students studying in higher education institutions on a scholarship basis after payment of the contract amount in the prescribed manner.
Chapter 4 Procedure for appointment and payment of named state scholarships
     10. Assignment of scholarships to students receiving the State Scholarship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the State Scholarships named after Beruni, Ibn Sino, Navoi, Ulugbek, Imam al-Bukhari and Islam Karimov. thieves “October 13, 2008, No. 226, approved by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan state scholarships for students and the procedure for the appointment of  the charter  established by the Regulation  on the procedures.
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     This Regulation does not apply to the procedure for awarding scholarships to students receiving state scholarships named after Kamoliddin Behzod.
     ( Item 10 is supplemented with the second paragraph in accordance  with the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated November 6, 2020 No 691  – National Database of Legislation, 07.11.2020, 09/20/691/1474 -son)
     11. Expenses related to the payment of nominal state scholarships are reimbursed from the republican budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan, regardless of whether students study on the basis of state grants or fee-for-service contracts, and scholarship holders are awarded scholarships in the prescribed amounts. paid.
Chapter 5 Procedure for awarding and paying scholarships to students with group 1 and 2 disabilities
     12. Scholarship payments to students with disabilities of groups 1 and 2, including those studying on a fee-for-service basis, are made at the expense of the republican budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
     13. At the end of the previous academic semester, students with disabilities of groups 1 and 2, regardless of the indicators of mastering the subject, will be awarded a scholarship in the amount of 50% higher (increased) than the basic amount of the scholarship. ‘lanadi.
     Chapter 6 Procedure for awarding and paying scholarships to orphans and children deprived of parental care on full state support
     14. Scholarship payments to orphans and children deprived of parental care, including students studying on a fee-for-service basis at the expense of the republican budget.
     15. At the end of the previous academic semester, orphans and children deprived of parental care, who are fully supported by the state, regardless of the indicators of mastering the subject incoming students will be assigned and paid a stipend in the amount of the base scholarship.
Chapter 7 Procedure for the formation of the Student Incentive Fund and the appointment and payment of financial incentives to students at the expense of the Fund
     16. The use of funds of the Student Incentive Fund (hereinafter referred to as the Fund), financial support of students at the expense of the Fund is carried out in accordance with the procedure approved by the Board of the higher education institution is increased.
     Students studying on the basis of state grants and fee-for-service contracts from the Fund are awarded incentive payments on the basis of established criteria, regardless of the form of payment (with or without a scholarship).
     17. The sources of formation of the Fund are:
     funds in the amount of 10 percent of the planned budget for scholarship payments in higher education institutions in the relevant financial year;
     funds in the amount of 2% of the planned proceeds from the payment-contract in the relevant financial year.
     18. “Excellent” assessment of the indicators of mastering the subjects at the end of the academic semester, studying in higher education institutions on a fee-for-service basis (whether in the form of scholarships or non-scholarships) (students with a score of 86 points and above) are encouraged to the Fund at the rate of 20 percent of the basic amount of the scholarship.
     19. At the end of the academic semester, all students who have mastered the disciplines, have special abilities and talents, are active in public affairs, as well as those in need of social protection, studying on the basis of state grants and fee-for-service contracts are eligible for scholarships. in addition, up to 50 percent may be encouraged at the expense of the Fund.
     At the same time, students studying in higher education institutions on a fee-for-service basis without a scholarship and mastering subjects at the end of the semester are additionally entitled to receive up to 50% of the basic scholarship at the expense of the Fund. ‘can be confirmed.
     20. Science Olympiads and sports competitions held at the level of state grants and fee-for-service contracts at the expense of the Fund are held at the international, national and higher levels of higher education. applicants may also be granted a one-time incentive or financial aid in the amount of up to 10 times the basic stipend in special cases (such as illness or death of family members) in accordance with the criteria set by the board of the higher education institution.
     At the same time, the remaining part of the republican budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan allocated for scholarships at the end of the reporting period is allowed to be used for additional financial incentives for students.
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     20 1. For  students studying at the bachelor’s and master’s level, who are the leaders of the primary organization of the Youth Union of Uzbekistan in higher education institutions, their type of education (on a grant or fee-for-service basis) and Irrespective of the adjustment rate, a monthly surcharge in the amount of five times the basic stipend is paid at the expense of the Fund.
     ( Item 20 1 is included according to the resolution  of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan from March 11, 2021 of No. 132  – National database of the legislation, 12.03.2021, No. 09/21/132/0202)
     Chapter 8 Organizing the work of scholarship commissions, which assign and pay scholarships to students
     21. Lists of students recommended by the scholarship commission for the payment of scholarships are approved by the order of the rector of the higher education institution (branch director) or a person acting as him.
     22. Scholarships are awarded to undergraduate students twice a year, and scholarships are awarded from the first day of each academic semester after the final control results of the previous semester are announced.
     23. Higher education, studying on the basis of a state grant, with an academic debt (less than 55% in one or more subjects) for unjustified reasons on the results of mastering for the academic semester students of institutions will be deprived of the right to receive a scholarship from the first day of the month of the next academic semester.
     24. Less than 30% of academic performance in the prescribed manner (accumulated 55 and more percent in the relevant disciplines) and less than 30% of the indicators of mastering the subject is a “satisfactory” grade (rating less than 71 points). Scholarships are awarded to students studying on the basis of a state grant from the first day of the month following the expiration of the academic debt repayment period, until the next semester in the basic amount of the scholarship.
     25. Students who have an academic debt due to illness or other valid reasons confirmed by the relevant documents shall not be deprived of a scholarship until they have repaid their academic debts within the period prescribed by law.
     26. Students have the right to receive a scholarship during internships and vacations based on the curriculum.
     27. Scholarships are awarded to retired students on a general basis.
     28. Scholarships are not paid to students during academic leave.
    Upon the student’s return from academic leave, the scholarship payment will be resumed at the basic amount of the scholarship until the end of the current academic semester (except for students studying on a fee-for-service basis without a scholarship).
     29. Voluntary transfer to another higher education institution, health (on the basis of a certificate of the medical commission), educational discipline and internal rules and regulations of the higher education institution students who were expelled from a higher education institution due to violation of the law, missed classes for more than 74 hours during a semester without good reason, late payment of tuition fees, imprisonment of a student by a court. Scholarships for the semester of study are awarded in the basic amount (except for students studying on a fee-for-service basis without a scholarship).
     30. Scholarships for students for the period of maternity leave are paid in full on a general basis within the period prescribed by law.
     Scholarships are paid in full on a general basis to female students who have children under 2 years of age and continue their education in the full-time form of education. No stipend will be paid during the period of parental leave until the child reaches the age of 2 years.
     31. Scholarships are awarded to students transferred from one higher education institution (faculty) to another in the prescribed manner, as well as from part-time to full-time education, based on the results of their assessment (rating control), after eliminating differences in curricula .
     In the absence of academic debt, the scholarship is awarded based on the results of the assessment (rating control) of the previous educational institution, specified in the academic certificate (rating book) and from the moment of registration in the new educational institution by the rector of the higher education institution. (branch director) or the person acting on his behalf.
     Scholarships for students who transfer from one higher education institution to another during the summer holidays are paid by the higher education institutions where they studied before the transfer.
     32. The amount of the stipend is paid by graduate students for July and August, minus the amount of the basic stipend (in installments – for the last semester) from the amount of the contract.
     In this case, the amount of the deductible scholarship is determined based on the amount of the basic scholarship paid to the student for the current period.
     33. Withholding of scholarships from students is not allowed.
     Control over the correct appointment and payment of scholarships to students is entrusted to the scholarship commission of the higher education institution.
Chapter 9 Closing rule
     34. Persons guilty of violating the requirements of this Regulation shall be liable in the manner prescribed by law.
 
 
 
January 31, 2020, the Cabinet of Ministers No. 59  Annex 2 to the decision
Scholarships are set for students of higher education institutions
QUANTITIES *
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T/r

Scholarship name and surcharges

Scholarship amount (per month, soums)

one.

State Scholarship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan

1811191

2.

State scholarships named after Beruni, Ibn Sino, Navoi, Ulugbek, Imam al-Bukhari, Islam Karimov and Kamoliddin Behzod

1207461

3.

Students who study on the basis of a state grant, as well as on the basis of a one-year scholarship fee, only “excellent” mastering in all subjects (rating 86 points and above scholarship for students with a higher)

513600

four.

The state grant is also a basic scholarship for students studying on a scholarship payment-contract basis

428000

five.

Scholarship for students with group 1 and 2 disabilities

is provided at a rate of
50 per cent higher than the established stipends

6.

Additional payment for students with special abilities and talents, active in public affairs, as well as in need of social protection **

up to 50 percent higher than established scholarships

* In the event of changes in the basic amount of scholarships for students of higher education institutions in connection with the adoption of decrees of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan on increasing the amount of salaries, pensions, stipends and allowances, the Republic of Uzbekistan by order of the Minister of Education, appropriate changes will be made to the amount of scholarships for students of higher education institutions specified in the table.
** At the expense of the Student Incentive Fund.
(Appendix 2 as amended by  the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated November 6, 2020 No 691  – National Database of Legislation, 07.11.2020, No 09/20/691/1474)
 
Source: lex.uz