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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Abstract

Uzbek society is undergoing a series of transformations in relations between institutions of higher education and society; in this context, the university, starting with its educational mission focused on training and research for the development of knowledge, promotes active participation in meeting the needs of society, known as the social responsibility of a higher educational institution (SR). Indeed, recently we often come to the topic of “social responsibility”as an ethical dimension that every organization or institution should accept, integrate and promote in its daily activities. The business world, obviously, has long welcomed and developed this idea, but in universities, especially in Uzbekistan, reflections on social responsibility have only just begun. The purpose of this article is to study the current situation of the integration of SR practice in universities in the country based on indicators developed using the 2018 Pacto Global Red Colombia model. The results show that, despite the efforts made in this direction, the universities of Uzbekistan are in their infancy compared to European universities.

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