Irrigation and Melioration


The importance of higher education in scientific research, its role in poverty reduction and population growth has been studied theoretically. Also, when using the data of social surveys conducted by 538 respondents (students) studying in higher education institutions, they were awarded the Order of the logistics regulator in the economic assessment of the factors influencing the rate of mastery of disciplines. Factors influencing the acquisition of subjects by students: the main income of the family comes from non-farm (69,9 %), sex (52,2 %), studying at a higher education institution on a state grant (108,8 %), the student's course of study (29,2 %), the student's place of study in the subject area (210,4 %), permanent residence 1 percent (p <.01) was found to be statistically significant. Also, the higher the rate of mastery of subjects by male (male) students than by female (female) students and students living permanently in urban areas by students permanently residing in rural areas. There are scientifically based conclusions and recommendations for students to increase the rate of mastery of subjects in higher education institutions.

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