About the activity of the circle "Lingvist" in the chair of the Uzbek linguistics
As it is known, preservation, enrichment and prestige of the native language as an invaluable heritage of ancestors is a priority.
The First President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Abduganiyevich Karimov signed on May 13, 2016 "On the establishment of the Alisher Navoi Tashkent State University of Uzbek Language and Literature" as follows: "... fundamental sciences, modern textbooks, etymological and comparative textbooks in the field of modern information and communication technologies, industry, banking and finance, jurisprudence, diplomacy, military service and so on. "It is important to create horses, to identify the necessary terms and terms, concepts and categories." In this context it is necessary to study deeply the issues related to the features of the Uzbek language and linguistics, its historical development, its present state and prospects in the era of globalization, increase the effectiveness of scientific research on this subject, In order to improve the quality of teaching Uzbek language and literature at all levels of the educational system, the "Linguistic" circle was organized under the chair of "Uzbek linguistics".
Among the scientific studies that are being undertaken in any field, the activities of clubs are of particular importance. In particular, the Lingvist circle is working hard to prepare young scientists and academics for a great scientific life. For example, the annual "Lingvist" package for constant attraction of professors and teachers working in the department, encouragement of students to the circle, their interest in the theory and practice of language samples prove to be our thoughts. Not only scientific works of the circle of activists, but also scientific articles of professors, teachers, doctoral candidates, independent researchers, masters and students are published in this collection.
Increasing the focus on mother tongue to the level of public policy encourages younger members of the community to pursue research on a variety of subjects, especially those who are determined to add a worthy contribution to solving language problems. At the monthly meetings of the group, a linguist or scientist invited by the club's staff will evaluate and support their ideas on various aspects of linguistics.