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Section 1. General rules

1.1. This higher
education institution is an institute under the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan,
which regulates the norms of the institution (hereinafter referred to as the
“Rules”), the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the
National Program of Personnel Training, Laws “On Fundamentals of Youth
Policy”, “On Education”, “On the Fundamentals of State
Youth Policy” and “On Freedom of Information Pressures and
Guarantees”, relevant orders of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, the
relevant orders of the Ministry of Secondary Specialized Education, the Charter
of the Institute, internal procedures and universally recognized moral and
ethical principles.

In the development
of “rules”, the Law on Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan
provides for the constitutional right to determine the legal basis of
education, training, vocational training and to ensure the constitutional right
of everyone to education, for the development and implementation of effective
forms and methods of spiritual and moral upbringing and educational work, the
main function of the institute is education and upbringing.

1.2.
“Rules” shall enter into force upon approval by the Scientific
Council of the Institute and amendments and additions shall be made by the
decision of the Scientific Council.

1.3.
“Rules” determine the ethical principles of the institution’s staff,
faculty, staff, and students (team members) in their relationship with the
institute, the rules, and responsibilities that are required to comply with.

1.4. Observance of
“rules” is obligatory for all members of the institute.

1.5. Any student
applying for the university or any person applying for a job is obliged to read
and follow the rules.

1.6. The Institute
is interested in complying with the guidelines in relations with public, state
and non-governmental organizations, educational and scientific institutions,
business entities, the media and parents of students.

Section 2. Goals and objectives

2.1. The purpose
of the “rules” is to form a healthy moral and social-psychological
environment at the institute, to preserve its prestige and reputation, to
assist in the training of highly qualified cadres meeting high moral and
ethical requirements, increasing the prestige of society and the education
system.

2.2. The main
objectives of the “rules” are:

– training of
energetic, faith-conscious and conscientious specialists with high spiritual
and ethical qualities, a sense of responsibility to the society, the state and
the family, who understands the internal and external policies of the state, is
patriotic and humane, entrepreneurial and entrepreneurial, and with high
humanistic qualities;

– formation,
preservation, and protection of the spiritual immunity of members of the
institute;

– Preventing any
behavior that has been committed on the morals of youth, including propaganda
of violence, ill-treatment, and cruelty, including the use of alcohol and drug
addiction, other deadly threats, and extreme religious and extremist to protect
them from the effects of improper “mass culture” attacks.

Section 3. Common rules for team morals

3.1. At the
institute, it is important conditions for mutual understanding, mutual trust,
respect, mutual care, and relationships among members of the community.

3.2. The basic
principle of mutual relations in the institute is that the rights of one person
should not infringe the rights of another person, including freedom of speech
by a member of the community, to insult him, to insult him or to denounce him
publicly, freedom of speech does not guarantee the right to freedom of religion
in the institution of religious ceremonies, and does not guarantee the freedom
of clothing to have a negative impact on the educational process at school.

3.3. Team members
should not wear clothing to the institute that attracts people’s attention,
transparent, with open shoulders, chest, and stomach, as well as the upper
parts of the knee and too tight clothes or religious body kits, metal chains,
pins. It is forbidden to come in sportswear or footwear. Team members have to
come to the institute dress in a uniform.

3.4. In order to
respect the honor and dignity of the team member and protect the spiritual
heritage of our people, members of the community to respect one another should
be considered as a habit.

3.5. Members of
the Institute must respect the speakers at various events (such as meetings,
festivals, festivals, holidays), and maintain the peace of mind. If necessary,
a person can leave the hall at the time of the break.

3.6. When traffic
jams arise in buildings, students are required to leave professors and
teachers, while men should miss women.

3.7. Everyone
entering the premises shall be obliged to provide the responsible person or
guardian with an indication of his / her personal identification.

3.8. Members of
the team must move from the right side of the road in the Institute. When
greeted each other, they welcome the following: Students are encouraged to
greet professors and teachers and employees, men and women, and young adults.
This is an exception, and it can be handed over to the elderly only once the
hands are handed over.

3.9. It is
forbidden to place or use issues that are not inherent in national or global
values, or relating to the internal problems of the Institute, to the Internet.

3.10. The
production, storage, dissemination and propagation of any material that is not
related to the institute, as well as any film, illicit religious information,
misinformation, national, racial, ethnic or religious hatred is forbidden.

3.11. It is
forbidden to engage in activities that may interfere with exercise and safety
of work and team members (unreasonable use of radios, televisions, tape
recorders, and other audio enhancements).

3.12. Members of
the Institute must come timely according to the schedule and work schedule.

3.13. It is
forbidden to commit any offense, including slander, insult, dissemination of
information that may cause material damage to a member of the community, injury
to the victim, (drugs, psychotropic drugs, etc.), drunkenness, smuggling,
racketeering, quarreling, gambling and other pagan-based games.

Section 4. The relationship between teaching staff and
students in the educational process

4.1. The
relationship of professor-teachers and students in the educational process
should be based on the national traditions of “teacher-apprentice”.

4.2. Whenever a
professor or teacher enters the audience, all students should be greeted and
then taken to their seats.

4.3. It is
forbidden for everyone to use cellular communication during classes.

4.4. If the
student interferes with his / her ill-treatment, the professor-teacher may
notify the dean of the situation and may disassociate such student from his /
her occupation.

4.5. If the
student needs to communicate with professor-teacher during his / her study,
then the student will have the following rules:

– The
professor-teacher conducts classes, consultation hours, self-study, rating
control, or in accordance with the schedule in accordance with the schedule;

– He / she must
know the position, name, patronymic and surname of professor-teacher who wants
to communicate.

4.6. If the
student arrives before a professor-teacher without prior arrangement, he or she
has no right to require a teacher to speak for a short period of time, whether
it is late or not.

4.7. In some
cases, students may apply for a change of professor or teacher. This requires
serious reasons (brutality, harassment, evidence of provisional interruption in
teacher training), and the group must have the same opinion.

4.8. In case of a
conflict of opinion between the professor and the student, the student may
apply to the head of the department with a request to allow the rating to be
passed to the special commission. In this case, the application should be
justified. These issues are solved by the dean of the faculty upon the
presentation of the head of the department.

Section 5. The relationship of professor-teachers

5.1. In the mutual
relations of professors and teachers – 
should follow the principles of the only team, mutual respect, and
attention, friendship, solidarity, honesty and justice.

5.2. In the
relations of professor-teacher relations, disrespect of human dignity,
personality discrimination, acquisition of intellectual property, rudeness,
misuse of words, fraud, moral, material or physical damage to others is
strictly forbidden.

Section 6. Obligations of employees.

6.1. Strict
observance of the Charter of the Institute and internal regulations;

6.2. Doing so
conscientiously and without prejudice to their duties;

6.3. Communicating
with staff, students and other people who communicate in business in a good
manner;

6.4. Compliance
with occupational safety, health, and safety regulations;

6.5. To adhere to
the culture of wearing clothes, not to wear ornament dresses in other buildings
and exterior of the institute, including classrooms of the institute (Article
184-1 of the Codex of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Administrative
Responsibility ) or do not wear in a carelessly attentive dress;

6.6. Careful
attitude to the property of the Institute, faculties, departments, and
laboratories.

Section 7. Interaction of students

7.1. In the
relationships of the students – the only team, the principles of mutual respect
and attention, friendship, solidarity, honesty, and justice.

7.2. In students’
relationships, disrespect for human dignity, discrimination, acquisition of
intellectual property, harshness, misuse of words, fraud, moral, material or
physical harm to others is offered.

Section 8. Moral responsibilities of professors and
teachers

– exemplary
students in adhering to ethical standards;

– Abstain from the
actions contrary to the interests of the Institute;

– if any
unpleasant incident or event occurs immediately to inform the administration;

– Prevention of
any circumstances that can undermine the authority and influence of the
institution;

– not to use
information about the institute in order to harm or dispel its interests;

– Promotion of the
national traditions, customs and values of morals to the students during the
classes;

– To encourage a
healthy lifestyle among young people, to be aware of alcoholism and drug
addiction, other deadly threats, and religious and extremist attitudes, and
“mass culture” attacks;

– Assist in the
development of effective forms and methods of spiritual and moral upbringing
and education work of trainees.

Section 9 Ethnic responsibilities of students

a) On the
territory of the Institute:

– entrance to the
territory with a student ID;

– pollution of the
territory and disposal of waste only in the bin;

– greetings when
faced with teachers;

– Do not walk in
the territory without being allowed during the classes;

– Careful attitude
to the property of the institute (movable and immovable property, flora and
fauna, etc.);

– adhere to
dressing and communication skills;

– Do not skip any
promotions without the consent of managers;

– Keeping the
peace of mind;

– countering the
distribution of drugs and psychotropic substances, alcohol and tobacco
products. In accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the
above provisions are acknowledged as a failure to report to relevant
organizations in a timely manner.

b) in the
audience:

– disconnection of
the mobile communication means;

– not to speak
during class;

– cultural
attitudes, not to draw on the desks;

– Do not leave the
paper and other unnecessary items;

– non-eating,
chewing gum.

c) in places of
public catering:

– observe the
order of food receipt;

– respect for
teachers, women, and elderly people in traffic situations;

– not make a noise
during a meal;

– observe the
rules established in the general public catering section.

d) at the
information resource center:

– To be friendly
with IRC staff;

– Eccentric
attitude to books and equipment;

– not to speak
louder and not to interfere with others;

– not to leave the
paper, chewing gum and other waste;

– Compliance with
handbooks and furniture.

e) in student
dormitories:

– Preservation and
not to damage the existing equipment;

– economical use
of electricity, gas and water resources;

– adherence to the
rules of use of sanitary and hygienic rooms;

– adherence to the
“Regulations” and “Internal Regulations” of the student
residence

f) sports
complexes:

– Introduction to
sportswear and footwear;

– Cultural
attitude towards sports inventory;

– Transfer of
sports inventory to the specified places after training;

– Compliance with
the established rules of the sports complex.

g) at places of
culture palace and other public events:

– Cultural
interactions with seats and other equipment;

– not to whistle
during public events, to shout and not to leave without prejudice before the
event ends;

– not to fall
asleep, to sit on the seats, not to talk to each other, to prevent the
surrounding people.

Moreover,

– aspiration to
create a positive impression on the Institute with its exemplary behavior and
knowledge in various circles;

– deep
understanding of noble qualities, such as striving for perfection, living
honestly and justly;

– to care for the
interests of the institute, its honor and glory, its reputation and influence,
and to respect and reverence them.

Section 10. Prohibitions of professor-teachers,
employees and students morally

To the
professor-teacher:

– discrimination
against personality and dignity of team members, discussion of personal and
family problems of others;

– Organizing
various slander, gossip and harassment on team members and others;

– discuss
professional and personal disadvantages of colleagues with their students;

– expulsion of
students from unsubsistent workshops;

– Commercial
advertisement in trainings;

– Conducting
religious activities in training sessions;

– come to training
sessions without drunken hair, beard and dress code;

– drinking and
smoking in buildings are strictly forbidden.

The student:

– To be rude to
professors-teachers, to talk unfounded during classes;

– to discuss the
value of others with the professor;

– to take any
actions related to libel, obscuration or distortion of professor-teachers;

– disrespect
towards employees and their comrades;

– receiving
foreign assistance while providing assistance to other people in the execution
of other procedures related to the protection of written matters and rating
controls;

– hand over
assignments or written works from other persons;

– delay or delayed
training;

– leaving the
audience without the permission of professor-teacher during the classes;

– deliberate harm
to another student’s efforts;

– It is strictly
forbidden to look modestly in various ways.

Section 11 Ethical relations between the
administration, the faculty, and the staff

11.1. The
relationships between the faculty, staff are based on the principles of mutual
respect, intelligence, diligence, tolerance, humanism, caring, and justice.

11.2. In
co-operation with the administration, faculty, and staff on issues related to
the work, not allow one side to pressure or act on another party, as well as
make decisions that contradict the principles of justice and the interests of
the institution.

11.3. It is
advisable to solve the problems between employees with an equal level of
positions. It is encouraged that employees who are equal in positions to work
within the scope of their authority will not be able to deal with
administrative issues.

11.4. The
procedure for applying to the administration on a case-by-case basis is based
on the subordination principle.

11.5. The
professor-teacher and the employee are motivated by the initiatives and ideas
of the institute to further improve the moral and ethical environment.

11.6. Access to
all kinds of benefits for leisure, relaxation, and physical exertion, as well
as access to a convenient workplace for the professional and intellectual
development of the faculty and staff, the modern computers, the Internet, the
library fund and the information resources.

Section 12. Promotion and Response Procedures.

12.1. According to
the recommendation of the team members, faculty deans, heads of departments and
heads of divisions, who adhered to the “rules” during the academic
year and assisted in the further consolidation and strengthening of the highest
ethical environment in the institute, will be financially or morally awarded.

12.2. When members
of a team violate these “rules”, measures will be taken in accordance
with the procedures set out in the disciplinary action section of the
institution’s internal procedures. In addition, in order to ensure public
control over the behavior of a member of the team, non-observance of these
rules was also discussed at the Institute’s United Labor Union Committee, Youth
Union of the Institute, Women’s Councils and “Parents” may also
include the practice of sending a written notice of a member of the team to the
assembly of the mahalla, which he lives in.

13. The order inside the building

13.1. The head of
the department of business affairs is responsible for providing educational
facilities with the necessary equipment (furniture, educational equipment,
normal temperature, lighting, etc.).

The head of
cabinets of departments is responsible for the availability and integrity of
educational equipment in Labs and cabinets.

Smoking
restrictions are strictly prohibited in the territory of the Institute, except
where identified.

A fine is imposed
on the detainee.

Inside the building
of the Institute:

a) walking in a
hood and coat;

b) Solidarity,
noise, walking through the hallway;

c) smoking;

d) Drinking
alcohol is strictly forbidden.

The institute must
protect the building of the administration, preserve equipment, equipment, and
other necessary things, as well as provide the necessary training in the
educational and public premises. Protection of the dyeing and fire protection
and sanitary regulations is carried out by the administrative staff of the
rector of the institute.

These rules are
approved by the Decree No. 9 of the Council of the Institute on April 30, 2018