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The Academy today
The MOI Academy of the Republic of Uzbekistan was established on the basis of Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan No. 447 dated 2nd September 1994 and order of the MOI of the Republic of Uzbekistan No. 264 dated 20th October 1994 and is affiliated to the Ministry of Interior.
The Academy is a state higher specialized educational establishment carrying out educational activities to implement main and additional educational vocational programs of higher education as well as teaching, scientific and other activities in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The Academy, which was established in the first years of independence of the country, has become one of the leading educational establishments for training internal affairs personnel. During all these years it strived to justify the confidence and hopes of all those who decided to enter our educational establishment in order to obtain higher vocational education or receive training on various courses.
Academy is equipped with modern facilities and enjoys considerable scientific potential. The Academy’s graduates are notable for their solid knowledge, professional competence and skills. The Academy can be proud of them, for thanks to precisely their professionalism, courage, high moral qualities it enjoys respect and a well-deserved reputation in the country.
The Academy is not only a leading educational establishment within the system of the MOI of Uzbekistan but also a major scientific and educational center. The Academy applies advanced educational technologies on a wide scale, develops its own pedagogic methods and implements these into its academic activities. The teaching staff has carried out a significant amount of work on the theoretical, applied scientific and analytical generalization of law protection activities and development of proven theoretical recommendations to effectively tackle the issues faced in the strengthening of legality, crime control and ensuring public security. It undertakes topical theoretical and applied scientific research related to the activities of internal affairs bodies, and public safety.
The Academy staff always seeks to explore and nurture their creative side and to refine the direction and content of the Academy’s activities.
Structure of the Academy
The Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan approved the organization and establishment of the Academy. In accordance with this resolution the Academy carries out the following activities:
- Preparation of managerial personnel who are able to effectively organize units of internal affairs bodies to maintain public order, prevent crime, investigate and solve crime, track criminals and ensure public safety;
- Preparation of specialists among the commissioned internal affairs officers who are able to independently carry out preventive, operational and other expert methods to fight crime;
- Retraining and further training of commissioned internal affairs personnel as part of the continuing education of MOI personnel;
- Preparation of sergeants for internal affairs bodies to combine the qualities and qualifications of a specialist and a commander so that they are able to ensure effective public security and prevent lawlessness;
- Raising the professional and teaching skills of the scientific and pedagogical staff, organizing effective research efforts aimed at solving the urgent problems of ensuring public security and crime control.
There are 23 Chairs at the Academy:
Administrative Law; Investigative Law; Criminalistics; Crime Prevention; Organization of the Management in the Internal Affairs Bodies; Transportation Safety Organization; Criminal Law; Criminal Proceedings; Theory and History of State and Law; Constitutional Law; Theory and Practice of Human Rights; Civil Law; Basic Military Disciplines; Physical Education; Psychology and Professional Ethics; Information Technology, Computer Science and Communication; Medical Training; History of Uzbekistan; Theory and Practice of Building a Democratic Society in Uzbekistan; Philosophy and Political Science; Economical Sciences; Special Disciplines of the Advanced Training Faculty; Legal Disciplines of the Advanced Training Faculty; Languages, Literature and four other cycles – Special Disciplines, Legal Disciplines, Combat Training and Physical Education, Liberal and Social/ Legal Science.
The following branch staff organizes academic and pedagogic activities at the Academy: “Curricula and Instruction”, “Morale and Welfare”, “Scientific and Pedagogical Staff Training”, “Combat Maneuver Unit” and “Staff Headquarters”. The “Project for the Study of Topical Problems in Ensuring Public Security and Crime Control” organizes and coordinates research effort.
The respective branches and services arrange financial and logistical support.
In the process of the historical development of the Academy one thing has remained unchanged – the determination of all the staff unreservedly dedicated to their profession to: fulfill their duty to the Homeland; train internal affairs personnel to meet the demands of their profession and to effectively protect public order and fight crime. The Academy has turned into a powerful educational and scientific complex where thousands of people receive training with highly experienced teaching staff and the modern training facilities.
The activities of the Academy are primarily aimed at organization of day-to-day vocational training of future internal affairs personnel. Students and cadets are major objectives of academic activity and the Academy’s goals are formulated for their benefit.
All Academy staff are focused on producing a highly effective educational process to meet the requirements of the government’s educational standards.
From the early days of training, under the guidance of experienced senior officers, skillful tutors and mentors the students and cadets are instilled with the best of personal qualities, namely: devotion to duty; bravery; selflessness; professionalism; moral and psychological stability. Attitudes of collectivism and team spirit are cultivated in the units, and students are made fully aware of the duties and responsibilities.
Modern training methods utilizing the best pedagogical practices, training courseware and information and telecommunication facilities play an important role in raising the efficiency and development of the learning activities of the trainees.
Students receive theoretical studies combined with practical “on-the-job” training in units of the internal affairs bodies of the country. Additionally they conduct battle exercises and receive practical training under “real life” conditions at an out-of-town field training center. Here they acquire the knowledge and skills to conduct special operations.
They also acquire additional skills at the Academy’s Criminal Training Field.
Innovative Pedagogical Technologies
Raising the qualifications of the MOI teaching staff is the basis for improving the vocational training of the internal affairs personnel. In order to meet this important objective is it needed to effectively run and develop the advanced training system for pedagogic staff and Mastery Teaching School for Young Teachers at the Academy.
The Academy’s innovative activities are aimed at the development, approbation and implementation of innovative pedagogic technologies in education process. This is to effectively tackle the priority issues faced by the teaching staff. The Center of Innovative Pedagogic Technologies working at the Academy plays a leading role in providing the methodical ware for this activity. The Center also monitors the implementation of the innovation process into the training programs.
The Center’s activities are mainly directed at: the development of innovative pedagogic technologies and implementing them into the education process; raising the skills of the Academy’s teachers and the other higher educational establishments; training of beginner teachers in scientific and pedagogic work; working on scientific and pedagogical projects with foreign educational establishments under international cooperation programs and programs on integration of internal experience of training the police force personnel.
The Center holds: open, demonstration and pilot training sessions; inter-chair tutorial workshops and meetings; “round tables” on higher education training issues and mentoring methods. It hears lectures, scientific statements and reports on the achievements of psychology and pedagogic science. Great consideration is given to the training of trainee teachers in: lecturing; conducting workshops and other training sessions; acquiring a thorough understanding of new training technologies.
Also training the Academy’s teaching staff in innovative pedagogic technologies is carried out by way of organizing the Academy workshops, games and other training events.
At the Pedagogic Mastery School for Young Teachers, the Academy’s finest trainers guide the trainee teachers: to learn the issues of regulatory support to academic activity; become acquainted with the latest in national and international pedagogies and Psychology in higher school.
Information Technologies in Educational Activities
The Academy of MIA utilizes innovation and information training methods to develop the academic activity. The main objective here is to create a common information and education pool where all the Academy’s courseware and instructional resources can be based and which is accessible to all students and teaching staff.
For these purposes a local computer network was developed, which allows for the unification of the Academy’s educational resources and ensures that students and staff have access to them. An academic information and education portal was organized to include: legal documents; training schedules; e-library (that includes curricula); guidance materials; library lectures; current textbooks and study guides. Great attention is paid to the development of electronic and interactive textbooks and guides and multimedia applications.
A significant amount of work has been done to ensure that students and teachers have access to international education resources through the Internet. Furthermore, the Academy has also made its resources available to Internet users. The official website of the MOI Academy has been developed and presented on the worldwide web. The website contains information on the history of the Academy and the major direction of its activities. It regularly publishes Academy news and houses an e-library of writings of the Academy’s staff. The Website “Legal Psychology”, which is the only information resource of its kind, has been launched on the Internet.
Computer training programs are widely used to develop the skills and qualifications of future internal affairs personnel. Information technologies have been found to be worthwhile in: rating students’ knowledge; conducting entrance tests; automating the day-to-day activities of the Academy’s services and units.
The main objectives of the Testing Center functioning at the Academy are: organizing and exercising of interim and final assessment of knowledge in various training disciplines studied at the Academy; analyzing the assessment results of the students.
A Center of Television Education to broadcast training videos and other cultural and educational and information items has been established.
The Academy’s research efforts are aimed at: basic and applied studies in the maintenance of law and order; the rule of law; crime control; the protection of human rights; the implementation of results obtained into the practical activity of internal affairs bodies and the academic activity.
The scientific body available at the Academy comprises more than 100 Doctors and Candidates of Science. This allows for: the undertaking of research into the area of legal groundwork for building a democratic government in Uzbekistan; securing public safety; tackling issues of crime control; participating in establishing the country’s legal framework. Today the teaching staff of the Academy conduct research on 28 issues, of which the following are the most important: “Issues of Human Trafficking Crime Control by Internal Affairs Bodies”, “Topical Issues of Drug Business and Drug Trafficking Control”, “Issues of Improvement of Preventive Efforts of Internal Affairs Bodies in Under-Age Crime Control”, “Ways and Methods of Information Protection in Law Enforcement Authorities”, “Issues of Improvement of Administrative Legislation”, “Political and Legal Issues of Building a Rule-of-Law State and Civil Society”, “Main Directions of Court and Legal Reform in the Republic of Uzbekistan”.
Recommendations and proposals developed in the process of the research undertaken are widely used in the rule-making and practical activities of the law enforcement authorities of the country.
In order to test the results of research projects and introduce new scientific information for scientific use and creatively exchange opinions the Academy regularly holds international, inter-university and Academy theoretical and practical conferences, seminars, roundtables etc.
Preparation of highly-qualified scientific and pedagogical personnel is one of the priority directions of the Academy. From year to year the number of degree-seeking students, adjuncts and doctoral students working on candidate and doctorial dissertations is rising.
Special attention is given to the involvement of talented students in research efforts. There are science study groups working under the Chairs of Social and Liberal Sciences, General Professional Sciences and Special Sciences of the Academy for students. Members of the study groups prepare abstracts and reports that they make at workshops and scientific conferences that they have attended.
Each year students of the Academy participate in national academic competitions on social and legal sciences and many of them win top places.
Sports activities at the Academy
One of most important priorities of the Academy’s training is to produce fully developed, well trained internal affairs personnel who are physically fit and able to be dependable guardians of public order. Therefore special care is taken to ensure that cadets and students are strong and healthy.
To achieve these goals a modern sports infrastructure has been developed at the Academy with: an Olympic size football, track-and-field stadium with stands for viewers; a gymnastic area; a swimming pool; a tennis court, sports room, and two wrestling exercise rooms. Other facilities include: sambo, judo; athletics; football; volleyball; combat fighting, and Greco-Roman and free-style wrestling clubs. Highly-qualified specialists, including masters of sport, winners of world and Asian championships, contribute their expertise to all the various sporting sections.
Each year the Academy holds “Spartakiads” scheduled to the Defender of the Homeland Day and the Day of Memory and Honor. Since 1994 the Academy team has remained a “Spartakiad” leader of teams of the“Dinamo” sports society.
The Academy’s sportsmen have represented Uzbekistan in Asian and world championships in: sambo, judo, karate, taekwondo, boxing, weightlifting, Greco-Roman and free-style wrestling. They have won nearly 350 medals, including 60 gold medals. The Academy’s students have become Asian and World Champions in: sambo – Yu. Yankina, Ye. Zaitseva, M. Kadyrova, Ye. Tulupova, B. Khujayev, A. Kurbanov, E. Gulyamov, D. Kambarova; free-style wrestling – student M. Ibadov. Asian and World Championships were captured also by A. Aripov (Greco-Roman wrestling), R. Kutuyev and Sh. Ibragimov (karate), L. Li, A. Kim and M. Nogai (taekwondo). B. Usmanov obtained the title of Champion of Asia in weightlifting. E. Gulyamov became the first World Champion on combat sambo.
The Asian Sambo Federation (ASF), chaired by F. Pulatov, Head of Chair of Battle and Physical Training, is operating successfully at the Academy.
The Academy staff provides assistance aimed at rearing a healthy generation of young children at Children’s Home No. 21 and School No. 121 in Tashkent. Also children from the neighborhood can receive free training as well. A sambo club and refurbishment works were completed here.