Projects of the Student Council of the Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute from 2020 to 2023
All projects organized by the Student Council are held after couples and not at the expense of educational hours.
The projects are aimed at the development and intellectual leisure of medical students.
Mentoring Project

One of the very first projects of the Student Council of the Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute, the first project “Mentoring” was held in 2020 in a remote format, and has been held four times since then. The project was presented at the Second Republican Forum of Volunteers.
It is worth noting that “Mentoring” makes a huge contribution to the development of communication between students, establishes relationships that greatly simplifies obtaining the information necessary for studying, as well as other important aspects in the life of young students, and provides an opportunity for undergraduates to share their accumulated knowledge and experience. The project also helps to find like-minded people and stimulates the creative process and has a huge impact on the student’s future.
This influence of the orientation week on the subsequent life of the student is very great. First-year students move from high school or another educational institution to a new and unfamiliar institute environment.
They may feel confused and unsure of how to navigate audiences, find resources, and adjust to academic and social expectations. This project is designed to provide incoming students with the necessary information about their chosen academic programs, the structure, the Leadership of the institute, the staff of departments, the most important subjects and resources available to support their academic path.

  1. Here are some points worth dwelling on:
    Getting to know Mentors (Student Mentors):
    The total number of Mentors (mentors) is 68 students, 2 Mentors will be attached to one group – 1 course
    Number of students by faculty:
  • No. 1 Pediatric and Folk Medicine, 6 groups, 84 students
  • No. 2 Pediatric and biomedical, 7 groups, 99 students
  • Medical Business, 11 groups, 136 students
    Total number of 319 students
  • During these classes, students got acquainted with their Mentors (student mentors), who guide and help them throughout the academic year and everyday life at the university.
  • Mentors share their own experience of the requirements of the program, tell new students about the values and internal rules of the institute, as well as instill a sense of pride in the chosen higher education institution.
  • They also tried to answer any questions or solve problems that students might have in connection with their academic goals and aspirations.
  1. Scientific and entertainment stations.
    1) Opening of the Event – A Ruler, a Platform in front of the building of the Simulation Center
    2) History of the Institute – Museum
    3) First Aid – Simulation Center
    4) Sports ground near the building of the Sports complex of the Institute
    5) Scalpel – Lecture Hall No. 2
    6) Anatomy – 2nd floor Department of Anatomy
    7) Physiology – 3rd floor, Department of Normal Physiology
    8) Histology – 2nd floor, Department of Histology
    9) Chemistry – 4th floor, Department of Medical and Biological Chemistry
    10) Pharmacology – Lecture Hall No. 4
    11) International Station – 4th floor, Department of Foreign Languages
    12) Riddlers – Fountain in the courtyard of the Institute
    13) Photo corner – Hall of the main building of the Institute
    14) Music – Lecture Hall No. 5
    At these stations, undergraduates will give basic concepts about the subject, tell what textbooks they used, how to learn the teaching material more effectively.
    The music and sports station should show new students how culturally and comprehensively developed the students of our institute are.
    links to video reports from projects :

The Pit Project

A series of lectures where students explain the topics covered in pairs in a language understandable to students.
The load on medical students is very high, and it so happens that a student could not master the topic as well as he/she would like, at such moments the “Pit” project comes to the rescue, where smart and competent guys clearly and simply explain the topic to their peers.
On this project, students developed manuals on osteology, myology and ECG, made a dozen original presentations, at least 20 people sat at each lecture, not only to learn something new, but also to strengthen their knowledge.
links to the announcements of the Pit project:

Follow the Dream Project

These are online or offline meetings of TashPMI students with students in foreign medical universities who transferred or enrolled there as citizens of Uzbekistan, the coordinators of the Student Council themselves found, contacted and invited their peers from abroad.
The aim of the project is to compare the curriculum, conditions and level of the education system in different countries.
The guests in the format of answers to questions talked about how to live and study abroad at the medical faculties of leading universities, what criteria are taken into account when accepting or transferring to study there, what subjects are taught there, how their credit modular system works and other similar questions.
Online and some offline meetings were recorded and published on the YouTube platform.
links to the announcements of the “Follow the Dream” project:

The project “Closer to the robe”

A project where young and promising doctors, masters, residents, graduate students share their experiences, give advice, and life hacks to young undergraduate students of TashPMI.

A project where, in the format of online or offline meetings, young masters from your business were invited to the institute as guests, who relatively recently received a bachelor’s degree and embarked on the path of becoming a serious specialist.
As part of this project, plastic surgeon Timur Haidarov came to the institute, the meeting was held in the Information Resource Center, more than 300 people came to the meeting, including bloggers and students of other non-medical universities, it is worth noting that the organization of this event was successful thanks to the support of the institute administration.
Also among the guests of honor of this project are Otabek Makhkamov, who presented his book “100 non-random meetings on the way to the top” to the Information Resource Center of our Institute.
Links to the announcements of the project “Closer to the robe”:


A large number of fairs were held by the Council of students of the Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute.
The purpose of these fairs is to support small businesses organized by students, charity and leisure activities for students.
Links to fair announcements:

Link to the results of the 2020-2021 academic year: