This article deals with conceptual basics of special mechanisms in order to carry out the forming of the competitiveness of graduates at higher education institutions, effective mechanisms of the above mentioned process, their content, as well as the main components and levels of such mechanisms based on latest year reforms.
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Umarov, Alisher Yusufjonovich Rector
"STRATEGY AND PEDAGOGICAL MECHANISMS OF TRAINING COMPETITIVE PERSONNELS IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS,"
Central Asian Journal of Education: Vol. 6
, Article 15.
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