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Consortium – TSUUL

Aims and activities of the organisation

Tashkent state university of The Uzbek language and literature named after Alisher Navoi was founded according to the decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan on May 13, 2016. University has three faculties: Uzbek Philology, teaching of Uzbek language and literature and the faculty of Uzbek-English translation, as well as the research Institute of Uzbek language and literature. The University’s Master’s course trains students in eight specialties. Read more

The main tasks of the University are:

  • training of highly qualified scientific and pedagogical personnel meeting the requirements of time, have a deep understanding of specific features of scientific-theoretical, philosophical and aesthetic foundations of the Uzbek language and literature;
  • training of interpreters, capable of exercising high-quality translations of scientific, artistic and other literature from Uzbek to English and other languages, as well as from world languages into the native language;
  • the study of a historically formed linguistic and literary schools, classical and modern Uzbek language, literature and folklore, the contributions of our great ancestors in the development of Uzbek and world linguistics, their scientific heritage and values of our native language in the world, its relations with other languages, as well as scientific issues concerning prospects of its development;
  • preparing evidence-based proposals for the creation of a new academic and teaching grammar that fully meet the peculiarities of the Uzbek language, to improve the phonetic system and the rules of spelling, the publication of dictionaries, encyclopedias, and textbooks on various subjects and areas;
  • preparation of scientific and methodological developments, practical recommendations aimed at ensuring a worthy place of the native language in the world information network, creation of software for Uzbek language and linguistic translation, as well as electronic textbooks, comparative vocabularies on the basis of the Uzbek and world languages.

University participates in the Erasmus program for the first time. 

 

The role of TSUUL in the CLASS project

  • Developing action plan
  • Task distribution among the local project team
  • Purchasing equipment for administrative and teaching issues
  • Teaching and instructing CA academic staff in syntactic, morphological and semantic structure of the English language
  • 5 academic staff participation in training on teaching CL with blended learning technology
  • 5 academic staff participation in training on development methodologies for NLP tools
  • Developing and approving curriculum of master program
  • Developing syllabuses and content materials of the course distributed equally among the Uzbek partners
  • Developing NLP tools
  • Developing Open online courses
  • Organizing student enrollment procedure
  • Creating video rollers
  • Developing e‐books and methodological books on CL distributed equally among the Uzbek partners
  • Reporting to SC and administrative managers
  • Introducing developed master program to other HEIs

Operational capacity: Skills and expertise of key staff involved in the project

STAFF MEMBERS

N. Abdurakhmonova

TSUUL Team Coordinator

She received her M.S in linguistics in National university of Uzbekistan (2011). She is a doctoral student of the department of “Uzbek linguistics” and a teacher of “Mathematics and ICT” in Tashkent State university of the Uzbek language and literature named after Alisher Navoi. Read more

Her research interests include Computational linguistics. She permanently participates into international conference “Turklang” that holds every year. The theme of her research is “Linguistic database of translation program of scientific texts (for English-Uzbek translation program)”. She has author and co‐authored some publications in international journals and conference proceedings.

S. Mukhamedova

Project Member

She received her PhD in philology in National university of Uzbekistan (2008).  She He is a permanent works as the chair of the Department Information and contemporary pedagogical technologies in linguistics in Tashkent State university of the Uzbek language and literature named after Alisher Navoi. Read more

Her research interests include “Computational linguistics”. She has author and co‐authored some publications in international journals and conference proceedings. She has been the supervisor for master students.  She takes part into international conferences.

Narzulla Akhmetov

Project Member