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Innovative Research


Since its founding in 2016, Innovative Centre teachers and students have engaged in research in Uzbekistan and throughout the world. Lately, policy reforms have multiplied the need to support the government and private sector decision-making with evidence from solid research. With a strong independent voice, Innovative Centre is the primary choice of many organizations when they need quality analysis and recommendations.


Young researchers club

The best students who won the Young Scholars award for their outstanding researches



Set Goals and Priorities:

Begin the year by setting clear, achievable goals. These might include learning new research methodologies, publishing a certain number of papers, or presenting at conferences.

Young researcher

Who is it and how to start?


Develop Technical Skills:

Learn and master relevant research tools and software. This could involve statistical software like SPSS or R, laboratory techniques, or specialized research equipment.


Engage in Literature Review:

Regularly update your knowledge in your field of study. This involves reading and summarizing the latest research papers, reviews, and books.


Conduct Experiments and Collect Data:

Depending on the field, conduct experiments, surveys, or field research. Accurate data collection is crucial and forms the backbone of good research.


Writing and Documentation:

Write reports, research papers, or your thesis. Maintain detailed notes and records of all research activities.


Data Analysis:

Analyze the collected data using appropriate methods. Ensure accuracy in your analysis and seek help when necessary.


Attend Conferences and Workshops:

Participate in academic conferences, workshops, and seminars to network with other researchers and stay updated on the latest developments in your field.


Present Your Work:

Prepare and deliver presentations on your research findings. This could be within your department, at a university symposium, or at national and international conferences.


Publish Your Findings:

Aim to publish your research in reputable journals or as part of book chapters. Understand the publication process and seek guidance from your supervisor or more experienced researchers.


Receive Feedback and Mentorship:

Regularly seek feedback on your work from your supervisor and peers. Constructive criticism is vital for improvement and growth.



Build relationships with other researchers, professors, and professionals in your field. Networking can lead to future collaborations and job opportunities.


Plan for the Future:

Towards the end of the year, evaluate your progress against your goals. Adjust your future plans based on what you've learned and experienced during the year.

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