Scientific reports of Bukhara State University


Background. The article covers the meanings of term “integration”, the spheres of use of these terms, the prospects of application in the education system, the concepts of integration of higher education and production. Opinions on the cooperation of higher education and manufacturing enterprises, taking into account the mutual interests, were expressed. The integration is mainly aimed at training qualified personnel, improving their skills, as well as conducting joint research, implementation of scientific developments, formation of qualified specialists’ database, etc. Methods. The article used survey, differential-semantic, control, observation and comparison methods to determine the opportunities of students to occupy a place in the labor market through cooperation between higher education institutions and manufacturing enterprises. Results. 1. The integration of higher education and industry is, firstly, economical and efficient, secondly, it accelerates scientific and technological progress, and thirdly, they allow the rational use of the intellectual potential of science and higher education not only in one country but in the world community. 2. The integration of higher education and production ensures their integration in the preparation of students in their chosen specialty at the university. The impact of such cooperation depends on the form of its implementation, and the open learning area provides the student with a wide range of knowledge, skills, abilities, professional growth and further activities. 3. It creates favorable conditions for the development of consistency, flexibility, critical thinking, helps to develop a systematic worldview, harmonizes the personality of students, reduces the multidisciplinary nature, expands and deepens interdisciplinary ties, provides opportunities for more knowledge. Conclusion. The main principle of integration imposes equal responsibility on both parties in the process of training quality specialists in technical higher education institutions and industrial enterprises, use the technical base and opportunities of production in higher education, training of modern engineers, working on research projects, internships, employment and other opportunities. The interest of the manufacturing enterprise is the opportunity to be provided with the necessary skilled personnel.

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