CHARTER OF YOUNG SCIENTISTS


1. General provisions
1.1. Bukhara State Medical Institute Young Scholars Society is a permanent collegial advisory body under Bukhara State Medical Institute (BDTI), assisting in the effective realization of the creative and scientific potential of young scientists, undergraduates, doctoral students and independent researchers, and search for new ways to address technical issues, as well as expressing the interests of the academic youth in their profession and addressing important social health problems.
1.2. The activities of the Young Scientists Society are financed by the state budget, state and international grants won on a competitive basis, and extra-budgetary funds raised in accordance with the established procedure.
1.3. The Young Scientists Society is a nongovernmental noncommercial organization under its legal status, its activity is based on the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On Non-Governmental Non-profit Organizations", the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, orders of the Rector of Bukhara State University, and other normative documents.
1.4. Full names of the Young Scientists Society:

Young Scientists’ Association of Bukhara State Medical Institute

1.5. Address: Bukhara Sh. A. Navoiy k. House 1
1.6. For the purposes of this regulation, young scientists are referred to doctors, researchers, masters, students, independent researchers and specialists not older than 40 years of age.
2. Object, goals and tasks of the Young Scientists Society
2.1. The subject of the activity of the Young Scientists Society is to contribute to the development of creative scientific activity of young scientists of Bukhara State Pedagogical Institute, as well as to solve the issues of young scientists' interests, improvement of working and living conditions, and the efficient use of their free time.
2.2. The main objectives of the Young Scientists' Society are:
- To intensify the professional development of young BDTs, to combine their work in the development of up-to-date scientific problems and address promising scientific goals, to develop innovative activities of young scientists;
- Assistance in training scientific personnel, medical development, ensuring the succession of academic schools;
- Assisting young scientists and specialists in improving living standards;
- solving social problems in the field of health;
- Increasing young scientists' activeness in public health and public health reform.
2.3. In order to achieve these goals, the Young Scientists Association performs the following tasks:
- To create conditions for the integration of scientific initiatives of young scientists of BDT;
- Implementation of the establishment and publication of mass media (Internet sites, magazines, collections);
- Promoting the professional growth of young scientists;
- Organization and carrying out of international scientific and social forums, conferences, seminars and other conferences of young scientists;
- Creation of conditions for young scientists to thoroughly study the scientific literature for the best use of national and international experience, achievements;
- Establishing contacts with academic communities of higher education institutions, establishing long-term partnerships;
- all-round assistance in organizing meetings with famous scientists and professors of national and foreign science;
- Assistance in holding young scholars Olympiads, receiving state scholarships and prizes;
3. Membership in the Society for Young Scientists at the BDT
3.1. There may be undergraduate, researchers, masters, students, independent researchers and experts at the age of 40 who are members of the BDTI Young Research Society.
3.2. Membership in the young scientists' society is voluntary.
3.3. Membership in the Society for Young Scholars of the BSTs is made on the basis of a personal statement addressed to the Chairman of the Society in accordance with the "Membership Guidelines".
3.4. Membership in the Young Scientists Society is terminated in the following cases:
• In accordance with the application submitted by the Young Scientists Society Chairman on voluntary membership;
• In connection with the closure of a BSTI teacher or specialist, doctorate, researcher, independent research fellowship;
• A member of the Young Scientists Society, 40 years old.
4. The organizational system of the Society of Young Scientists
4.1. The organizational structure of the BSTD Young Scientist Society consists of its Central Office, the Summit and the General Assembly.
4.2. The central office is formed to address issues related to the activities of the Young Scientists Society. The Central Office consists of two Vice Presidents, Department of Advanced Students, Department of Work with PhD, Department of Innovative Projects, Department of Grants, Students Scientific Society, Masters Degree, independent representatives of the department of working with scientific researchers and secretaries.
4.3. The meeting will include the members of the Central Office and the Deputy Chairmen of the Society.
4.4. The composition of the General Assembly includes representatives of the Members of the Sitting and the Branch of the Young Scientists Society.
5. The central office of the Young Scientists Society
5.1 Together with the Chairpersons and Deputies of the Young Scientists Society, she directs the activities of the Young Scientists Society.
5.2. Chairman of the Society of Young Scientists is simultaneously the chairman of the Society and the Central Office.
5.3. The Chairman, his deputies and divisions are appointed and dismissed by the Rector of the BSTD.
5.4. Central office for the functioning of the Young Scientists Society:
• Prepares and presents issues for consideration in the proceedings;
• Analyzes organizational and other issues related to attracting young scientists for analytical and expert work;
• Prepares reports on the activities of the Young Scientists Association at the BSC Board.
5.5. Resolutions of the Central Office shall be drawn up with a protocol approved by the Chairperson of the Young Scientists Society and the secretary signatures.
6. Meeting of the Society of Young Scientists of the BSTTS
6.1. The meeting is the supreme body that decides all matters within the competence of the Young Scientists Society.
6.2. The Summit will function in the form of regular and extraordinary meetings of its members.
6.3. The Summit is convened at least once a month by the Central Office to address the main goals and objectives of the Young Scientists' Society.
6.4. The responsible secretary shall arrange the proceedings of the meeting and, upon agreement with the Chairman of the Meeting, inform the members of the Plenary of the regular sessions of the Meeting.
6.5. Summit:
• Adopts the Charter of the Society of Young Scientists on the basis of the Central Office;
• Decides on the organization, reorganization and liquidation of the Branch of the Young Scientists at the request of the Central Office;
• Defines and approves the main directions of the Society of Young Scientists;
• Defines the priorities and priorities of budget planning for the next fiscal year;
• Listens and deals with lectures by members of the Young Scientists Society and some of its members;
• Discusses scientific and scientific organizational issues of the Society of Young Scientists;
• if necessary, to resolve other issues related to the activities of the Young Scientists Society;
6.6. An extraordinary session may be convened at the suggestion of a third of the members of the Central Apparatus and representatives of the relevant authorities to address the agenda items proposed by them.
6.7. Persons invited by the Central Office at the Session can attend and address the issue on the agenda.
6.8. In case of attendance of at least two-thirds of the members of the session at the meeting, the meeting is competent and its decision is taken. The decision shall be deemed to have been accepted by a two-thirds majority vote.
6.9. The summit does not count members who have not participated in the voting, because of their health or on a business trip.
6.10. At the next meeting of the meeting it is necessary to solve the following issues:
• Approval of the Annual Report on the Activities of the Young Scientists Society submitted by the Chairman;
• Approval of the work plan of the Young Scientists Society for the next year;
6.11. The next session of the meeting may also decide on other issues within the competence of the Young Scientists' Society.
6.12. Issues that are not publicly disclosed are resolved at a closed session of the Council.
7. Interaction with the Academic Council of Bukhara State Medical Institute
7.1. At the end of the year, the Young Scientists Association will report on its activities to the BSC Scientific Council and approve the work plan for the next year.
7.2. The work plan and report are approved by the Young Scientists Society.
7.3. The Young Scientists Association announces the launch of scientific conferences and workshops for the rector of the BSC, as well as long-term cooperation with other scientific societies and organizations.
8. Final Rules
8.1. Within the framework of the current legislation, the Young Scientists Society can carry out foreign economic activity, as well as open bank accounts in national and foreign currencies.
8.2. This policy is reviewed by the Young Scientists Society and endorsed by the Chair of the Young Scientists Society.

 

 

 

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