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Tashkent State Agrarian University announces a contest for creative youth!

23.02.2019 00:00

Tashkent State Agrarian University announces a contest for creative youth!

Creative work ( IJOD ZAVQI)

Today, much work is done in our country to form the people's spirituality, upbringing of creative and talented youth, training of active, qualified and qualified staff in every aspect of the society.

The book's dreams are man's ideas, the idea creates a radiant idea, and creativity, creativity, when the idea of ​​an unusual situation entails the emergence of innovation. In the last decade, innovation has become a major reform in every aspect of our society!

In addition, students from the Tashkent State Agrarian University are organizing literary competition "Creative work"(IJOD ZAVQI) to create creative talents, build writing skills, improve reading and make a worthwhile contribution to the creation of new works in Uzbek literature.
This contest reflects young people's values ​​of patriotism, solidarity for the prosperity of our country, peacekeeping, attitude towards new stages of development in every field. The winners of the competition are poetry, prose and drama works. 
Selection conditions:

1.     The contest must be in the range of 1.15 interval, 14 characters, in Times New Roman, Word 2013, with the author of the submitted materials, with spelling rules.

2.     Up to three articles are printed on one student and are electronically electronically published on the paper at the university's Youth Council.The materials sent to the contest are edited by the responsible editors, and the most suitable are published on the radio and on the site. The materials published at the end of the competition will be published as a book from the university fund and presented to active participants.
"Creative work"(IJOD ZAVQI) - with all the souls and souls in need of peace, we invite all talented young people to participate in the competition, seal the history of creativity! 

Tashkent State Agrarian University, Department of Spirituality and Enlightenment