Chair of customs

Chief of the chair, candidate of economic sciences

Karimov Ravshan Abdukarimovich

 The chair of Customs was established under the faculty of Political Science and International Relations according to the order #81 of the Rector of the University from June 26, 2005 with the goal of providing necessary opportunities to the learning process, including teaching and methodical activities, scientific and research practices. The chair started its activity on September 1, 2005. In the development of the chair activity Doctor of Economics, Professor A.O.Oripov has valuable contribution. From the beginning of academic year of 2012-2013 candidate of economic sciences, Associate Professor Karimov Ravshan Abdukarimovich is the chief of the chair.

The chair trains high qualified specialists in the sphere of customs who meet the state standard requirements of higher professional education.

The main task of the chair is to satisfy the individual’s demand in intellectual, cultural, physical and ethical development, getting a high professional education; preparing personnel and high qualified specialists in the sphere of customs, organizing and carrying out research, personnel training and etc.

The scientific and research works of the department are planned in “Prospects of providing of national economic development and its security on the background of globalization” according to 5-year plan. All scientists, graduate students and post-graduate students are involved in its fulfillment.

Chair conducts courses according 18 core and elective disciplines.

The scientists of the department wrote 9 educational methodic manual, 3 monographs and more than 200 scientific articles.

Currently 6 teachers work in the department: Doctor of Economics, Professor Orifov Abdullo Oriphovich, candidate of economic sciences, Associate Professor Hojaev Hasan Ashurovich, senior teachers Abduganiev Umarjon and Mirzoev Abdurahmon Nematovich, assistant Marufov Firdavs Karimovich, laboratory assistant Qahorova Mavjuda Abdulhaevna.

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