Section 1.
General rules

This institution of higher education is an institute under the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan
and the
rules of ethics of the institution
(hereinafter referred to as “rules”
) are based on the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, “
On the National Training Program”, ” Laws “On Education”, “
On Fundamentals of State Youth Policy” and “On Principles and Guarantees
of Freedom of Information ”, relevant orders of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan,
Higher and developed on the basis of relevant orders of the Ministry of Secondary Special Education, the
Charter of the Institute , internal regulations and universally recognized moral and ethical principles

In the development of “rules”
in the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan on education to determine the legal basis of education, upbringing
, vocational
of citizens and to ensure the constitutional right of everyone to education, spiritual and moral
upbringing and education of effective forms and methods of work in
the development and implementation of
haratilganligi funkttsiyasi of the institute of education and training
to help that
is provided.

“Rules” come
into force after approval by the Academic Council of the Institute, and changes and additions
to it are made by the decision of the Academic Council.

“Rules” define the principles of
, rules of conduct and obligations of the administration, faculty, staff and students (members of the community) of the institute in their relations with the institute

1.4. Adherence to the “rules” is mandatory for all members of the institute community

1.5. Every student and recruiter must
read and sign the “rules” and undertake to abide by them

1.6. The Institute is interested in the observance of the “rules” in its relations with public, governmental and non
– governmental organizations, educational and scientific institutions, businesses, the media
and parents of students

Section 2. Goals and objectives

2.1. The purpose of the “rules” is to create a healthy
spiritual and socio-psychological environment at the institute
, to preserve its prestige and prestige, to
promote the training of highly qualified personnel who meet the highest spiritual and moral requirements.
to further increase its prestige in society and in the education system.

2.2. The main functions of the ” rules” are:

– high moral and ethical qualities, a
sense of responsibility to society, the state and the family, a
correct understanding of domestic and foreign policy of the state , patriotic and nationalistic, enterprising and
entrepreneurial, armed with modern knowledge and
to train specialists with high human qualities , strong will, whole faith and clear conscience

– Formation, maintenance and protection of the moral immunity of members of the community of the institute

– prevention of any actions aimed at violating morals among young people, including the
promotion of violence, immorality and cruelty , including the prevention of alcoholism and drug abuse among young people, various other destructive threats, as well as religious and extremist alien to us. to help protect against the effects of low-level “popular culture” attacks .   


Section 3. General rules of conduct for team members  

3.1. At the institute, solidarity, mutual trust, respect,
mutual care and solidarity are important conditions in the interaction of team members

3.2. The basic
principle of the relationship in the institute is that the rights of one person should not infringe on the rights of another,
including the freedom of speech of a member of the community , which is characterized by slander, insult
demonstrative disregard for universally accepted rules of conduct.
does not guarantee the right to use words , freedom of religion
does not guarantee the right to come to the Institute in religious ceremonial attire , freedom of dress does not guarantee the right to adversely affect the educational process in the educational institution,
and so on.

3.3. Team members wear transparent chains that expose people to the institute
, including shoulders, chest, and abdomen, as well as the
upper part of the knees, and in overly tight clothing or religious prayer
clothing, metal chains, pins, and bodysuits. The
arrival of various beads is prohibited, in sportswear and footwear. Team members should be in the middle of the
Institute and come in uniform.

3.4. In
order to respect the honor and dignity of the members of the team and to preserve the spiritual heritage of our people
, it is strictly
forbidden for members of the team to disrespect each other, use obscene words, and in the institute ” Mut ” You ” should become a habit

3.5. Members of the institute’s staff must treat
speakers with respect at various events (meetings, ceremonial gatherings, practical meetings, celebrations) , and observe peace of mind. If necessary, one speaker may end his speech and the other may leave the room during the interruption that occurs before the speech begins . 

If there is congestion at the entrances to the buildings , students must pass the faculty and staff, and men must pass the women
before them.

3.7. Everyone entering the building must openly present
their identity document to the person in charge or duty officer assigned to control access to the premises

3.8. Team members
must walk on the right side of the road on the institute grounds . It is recommended
that students greet each other when they come across each other : students, faculty and staff, men
greet women, and young people greet adults first. The
exception to this is a handshake, which can only be answered by an adult after the first handshake

3.9. National and universal values, not specific
or related to the internal problems of the institute issues the Internet or a variety of purposes is prohibited. 

3.10. Preparation, storage, distribution and dissemination of non-institute
information on computers , as well as various films, illegal religious information, obscene
images, any materials that promote national, racial, ethnic, religious hatred It is forbidden.  

3.11. It is prohibited
to engage in activities that interfere with training and work, as well as the peace of mind of team members (
misuse of radios, televisions, tape recorders and other loudspeakers ). 

3.12. Members of the institute team must arrive on time according to the schedule of classes and

3.13. The Institute is prohibited from committing any offenses, including slander, insults, dissemination of information that may cause moral or material harm to a member of the community , infliction of bodily harm, or engaging in a relationship involving means removed from civilian treatment. (drugs, psychotropic substances, etc.), alcoholism, smoking, domestic violence, quarreling, gambling and other games based on risk are strictly prohibited.  

Section 4. Interaction of professors and students
in the educational process

4.1. The
interaction of teachers and students in the educational process should be based on the national tradition of “teacher-student”

4.2. When the professor enters the auditorium,
all students should stand up and greet, and then take their seats

4.3. The use of mobile phones during classes
is prohibited for all.

4.4. If a student
interferes with the lessons by his / her misconduct, the Professor-teacher may
notify the dean’s office of the situation and, with his / her permission, expel such student from the lessons

4.5. If the student
needs to communicate with the Professor outside of class, then the student should follow the rules, ie: 

– The professor-teacher deals with the student in accordance with the schedule of
classes, consultation hours, independent work, assignment of rating control
or by mutual agreement;

– Must know the position, name, patronymic and surname of the professor with whom he wants to communicate

4.6. If a student
comes to the professor without prior agreement , is late
or does not come to the general or mutually agreed consultation hour , he / she has no right to demand a short interview from the professor .  

4.7. In some cases, students
may apply to replace a professor . Serious reasons for this (rudeness, greed, evidence of regular interruptions in the conduct of
classes due to the fault of the professor
) must be indicated and the group
must have a single opinion on it.

4.8. In the
event of a conflict between the professor and the student regarding the transfer of rating control, the student may apply to the head of the department with a
request to allow the transfer of rating control to a special commission
. In this case, the appeal
must be justified . Such issues are resolved by the dean of the faculty on the recommendation of the head of the department

Section 5. Professor-teacher

5.1. In the
relationship between professors and teachers – the principles of unity, mutual respect and attention, friendship, solidarity,
honesty and justice.

Disrespect for human dignity, discrimination, misappropriation
of other people ‘s intellectual property , rudeness, use of obscene language, fights, moral, material or physical harm to others in the relationship between professors and teachers
strictly prohibited.

Section 6. Duties of employees.

6.1. Strict adherence to the Charter and Internal Rules of the Institute

6.2. To perform their duties conscientiously and
not to tarnish their reputation;

6.3. To have a friendly relationship with the staff, students and other people of the institute who communicate in the course of work

6.4. Observance of rules on labor protection, safety and
industrial sanitation;

6.5. Adherence to the culture of dress, not to wear prayer clothes (wrapped) on the territory of the institute
, including classrooms and other buildings and outdoors
Article 184-1 of the Code of Administrative Responsibility of the Republic of Uzbekistan) ) or not walking in attention
-grabbing clothing;

6.6. Careful handling of the property of departments, faculties, departments and laboratories of the institute

Section 7. Student interaction

7.1. The principles of
friendship, solidarity, honesty and justice, mutual respect and attention, friendship and solidarity should be followed in the interaction of students

7.2. Disrespect
for human dignity, discrimination, misappropriation of intellectual property
, rudeness, use of obscene language, fights, moral, material or physical harm to others are strictly prohibited in student relations
. are given.

Section 8. Ethical responsibilities of professors and teachers

– to be an example to students in following the rules of etiquette

– refrain from actions that run counter to the interests of the institution

– in case of an accident or incident, immediately notify the

– prevention of any damage to the honor and reputation of the institute

– not to use information about the institute to the
detriment of its interests and reputation or in its own interests

– Promoting our national traditions, customs and values ​​to students in the classroom

– to promote a healthy lifestyle among young people
, to warn them of alcoholism and drug addiction, various other deadly
threats and religious and extremist influences that are alien to us , the attacks of low “mass culture” ; 

– Assistance in the development of effective forms and methods of spiritual and moral education and enlightenment of students

Section 9. Ethical obligations of students

a) On the territory of the Institute :

– Enter the area with a student ID

– not to pollute the area and dispose of waste only in local

– Greeting teachers;

– Do not walk in the area without a reason during training

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

– adhere to the etiquette of dress and conversation;

– not to hang various advertising materials without the permission of officials

– observance of domestic peace;

– combating the
consumption and distribution of drugs and psychotropic substances, alcohol and tobacco products . In accordance with
the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, failure to timely notify the relevant organizations of the above cases is subject to liability. 

b) in the audience:

– deactivation of mobile communication devices;

– not to talk during class;

– cultural attitude to the equipment, not to write on the desks

– do not leave paper and other unnecessary things;

– Do not eat, do not chew gum.

c) in public places:

– Follow the order of food;

– Respect for teachers, women and the elderly in times of congestion

– No noise during meals;

– Follow the established procedures in the catering establishment

g) in the information resource center:

– Be polite to IRC staff;

Books and equipment eqtiyotkorona relationship ; 

– Do not speak loudly and do not disturb others

– do not leave paper, chewing gum and other waste;

– follow the procedures for receiving and submitting books

d) in student dormitories:

– maintenance of existing equipment, not to damage them;

– Rational use of electricity, gas and water resources

– follow the rules of use of sanitary and hygienic rooms

– Strict adherence to the “Regulations” and “Internal Rules” of student housing
) in sports complexes:

– access to clothing and footwear typical of the sports complex

– cultural attitude to sports equipment

– Return of sports equipment to the designated places after training

– Follow the established procedures of the sports complex

j) in the Palace of Culture and other public events

– cultural attitude towards seats and other equipment

– not to whistle or shout during public events, not
to leave without a reason before the end of the event;

– not to sleep, not to lie on the seats, not
to talk to each other, not to disturb others.


– Striving to create a high positive impression of the institute with his exemplary behavior and knowledge at various stages

– Deep understanding of such noble qualities as constant striving for perfection, honesty and justice

– care for the interests of the institute, its honorable and glorious
traditions, prestige and prestige, zeal to preserve them
and treat them with respect.

Section 10. Circumstances that are prohibited in the ethics of faculty, staff and students

To the teacher:

– Discrimination against members of the community,
discussion of personal and family problems of others;

– organizing various gossips, gossips and slanders against members of the community and others

– discuss with students the professional and personal shortcomings of their colleagues

– Unjustified expulsion of students from classes

– Conducting commercial advertising in training sessions ; 

– Carrying out religious propaganda in educational classes ;  

– Attending classes without getting drunk, shaving and not
following the dress code;

– Drinking and smoking indoors are strictly prohibited

To the student:

– Rudeness to professors and teachers, unreasonable speech during lessons

– Discuss the assessment of others with the teacher

any actions related to lying, deceit or misleading teachers ;  

– disrespect to employees and peers;

to receive external assistance, assistance to others in the implementation of other procedures for the protection of written works and rating control

– submit assignments or written works prepared by other persons on
their own behalf;

– missed or delayed classes

– Leaving the classroom during the lessons without the permission of the professor

– intentional harm to the efforts of another student

– It is strictly forbidden to pretend to be well-off in various

Section 11. Ethical relationships between administration, faculty, and

11.1. The
relationship between the administration, faculty and staff is based on the principles of mutual respect, wisdom, diligence, tolerance,
humanity, caring and justice.

11.2. When
cooperating with the administration, faculty and staff on issues related to their work, one
party may exert pressure or act on the other,
as well as prepare decisions that run counter to the principles of justice and the interests of the institution
. does not eat

It is recommended to solve problems between employees with equal positions in a working order. It
is recommended that employees with equal ranks solve various problems in the work process within their
competence, without the involvement of the administration.

11.4. The procedure for appealing to the administration with any issue in the team
is organized on the principle of subordination.

11.5. The initiatives and ideas of the faculty and staff to further improve the spiritual and moral environment at the institute
are encouraged.

11.6. The administration
provides a comfortable workplace for the professional and intellectual development of faculty and staff
free access to modern computers, the Internet, library resources and information resources, as well as all the benefits for recreation, leisure and
physical training.

Section 12. Incentives and measures.

12.1. On the recommendation of team members, deans of faculties, heads of departments and heads of departments, who fully adhered to the “rules” during the academic year, served to
further strengthen and strengthen the high spiritual and moral environment
the institute, the internal order of the institute materially or spiritually encouraged in accordance with the rules

12.2. When team members violate these “rules”,
action is taken on the cases listed in the section “Disciplinary measures” of the internal rules of the institute

order to ensure public control over the behavior of team members , non-compliance with these rules should also be discussed in the
Joint Trade Union Committee of the Institute, the Youth Union of the Institute, Women’s
and Parents’ Councils and their decision.
, the practice of sending a written message about the behavior of a community member to the community meeting in the neighborhood where he or she lives may also be introduced


13.1. The head of the Department of Economic Affairs of the institute is responsible for
providing the educational buildings with the necessary equipment (furniture, educational equipment, normal temperature, lighting, etc.)

Heads of cabinets of the department are responsible for the availability and integrity of educational equipment in laboratories and offices

Smoking is strictly prohibited on the territory of the Institute, except in designated areas

The smoker will be fined in the prescribed amount

Inside the institute building:

a) walking in a hat and coat;

b) Talking loudly at work, noise, walking down the aisle during

c) smoking;

g) Drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited.

The administration of the institute is obliged to ensure the security of the building
, the maintenance of equipment, facilities and other necessary items, as well as the necessary order inside the educational and residential

The maintenance of the building is carried out by the staff
of the administrative and economic department on the basis of the order of the rector of the institute, the maintenance of equipment and ensuring fire safety and sanitary regulations

These rules were approved by the statement of the Board of the Institute No. 9 dated April 30 , 2018