The start-up project of Tashkent State Technical University reached the final of the republic. Let’s give our vote and support our guys !!!
As part of the second year of the CREATIVE SPARK project, our students applied to participate in the Big Idea Challenge.
From Tashkent State Technical University several participants were presented with their Business ideas. According to the results of the first stage of the competition in the Republic of Uzbekistan, a project entitled “AUTOLIB” by student of the faculty of energy of Tashkent State Technical University Khamidov Diyorbek Mannop ugli and head of the project group from Tashkent State Technical University Nematillokhonov Khuzaazizkhon reached the final.
If you are not indifferent to the development of the CREATIVE SPARK project in Tashkent State Technical University and the startup project, we ask all students, teachers and staff to vote for this project at the following link: https://creativespark-bigidea.uk/finalists-2020/autolib-automation-of-libararies You can watch the video of this project at the following link: https://youtu.be/GwJCAIE5WQI
Creative Spark is a five-year program of the British Council, designed to promote international cooperation between the UK and higher education institutions of the participating countries. The cooperation is aimed at developing creative entrepreneurship and a creative economy with the following countries: Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine.
Under the Creative Spark program from Tashkent State Technical University, the main coordinator is Vice-Rector for International Relations Mannanov Ulugbek Vasikovich, Director of the Uzbek-Japan Innovation Center of Youth at Tashkent State Technical University Erkin Berkinbaevich Khaltursunov. The program is focused on the reform of higher education and is aimed at developing creative entrepreneurial skills through the introduction of UK experience in the curriculum of higher education institutions. The program began in 2018, during which time 4 partner consortiums were created, covering more than 13,000 students and young entrepreneurs. You can find more information about the competition here: https://creativespark-bigidea.uk/.