Students of Banking Faculty of the Tashkent Institute of Finance visited the head office of JSC "Aloqabank" within the framework of the "1st year school" in 2019-2020 academic year.
The main purpose of the visit was to increase the interest of students in their chosen profession and to develop their interest and to show advantage of the opportunities available in our country in the future.
“The Dean's Cup” was organized at the Banking Faculty of Tashkent Institute of Finance to create activities aimed at promoting the 2nd initiative: attracting students to physical culture and sports, increasing the capacity of sports facilities, creating the necessary conditions for students to reveal their talents in this field.
Competitions were held in 5 types of sport.
On October 5, Irina Pilvere-rector of the Latvian University of Natural Sciences and Technology, and Voldemars Bariss-Head of International Cooperation Center, Ligita Vaita- External Relations Coordinator, Inga Ciprovica- Dean of the Faculty of Food Technology visited to the Tashkent Institute of Finance. An agreement on mutual cooperation in international exchange programs was signed.
This Agreement includes the followings:
a) exchange of practitioners (professors, teachers and researchers);
b) student exchange (students and undergraduates);
c) exchange of educational information and materials;
e) exchange of periodical scientific publications;
e) establishment of joint research programs.
On October 8, 2019, the Department of "International Finance and Credit" held an event on "The procedure of evacuation in case of emergency and emergency situations".
The event was opened by the Acting Chairman of the Board of Curators of the Tashkent Financial Institute, Associate Professor U.Rajabov. The event was also attended by the head of the Department of Radiation Chemical Biological Protection of the Institute of Civil Protection of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Uzbekistan Bakhtiyor Ganievich and Senior Lecturer of the Institute Liliya Galimova.
During this roundtable, issues related to emergency response, emergency and self-help in the event of an emergency, learning how to identify, and protect hazardous situations also viewed. The roundtable was lively with the students and left a lasting impression on the students.
The information provided by the Institute's experts gave students an idea of how to navigate emergencies. At the end of the roundtable, students actively participated in the questions and received the relevant answers from the experts.