It is symbolic that 2020 was declared the Year of the Development of Science, Education and the Digital Economy. Within the framework of the State Program, in the Year of the Development of Science, Education and the Digital Economy, it is also planned to implement a number of serious tasks and projects in accordance with the instructions of the President.
On 16 June, the international Humans group of companies presented the first version of its mobile application in Uzbekistan. The application was released two months before the official launch of the virtual mobile operator and financial services, which were announced during the presentation to enable each Uzbek to participate in the bonus program.
Students of the Tashkent University of Information Technology named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi developed a special mobile application "ImtihonGo" to determine the geolocation of buildings, where it is planned to conduct test tests for admission to domestic universities in the direction of undergraduate for the 2020-2021 academic year.
During the international Technovation Girls contest, out of 29 teams, 5 teams of winners were selected who qualified for the semi-final from Uzbekistan. Of these, participants in two teams of the Junior Division - Mizash and Origami are students of a specialized ICT school named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi.
The organizers of the event were the Office of the Ministry for the Development of Information Technologies and Communications in Jizzakh region, the Jizzakh city council of the Youth Council, and local companies engaged in programming.
Axoft Global IT Service Distributor announces the receipt of the exclusive status of the official distributor of Indid software in Uzbekistan.
The Uzkomnazorat state inspectorate warns that during a coronavirus pandemic, cases of withdrawal of money from the accounts of subscribers of mobile communication operators by criminals are observed.
The President of the Republic of Uzbekistan declared 2020 the Year of the Development of Science, Education and the Digital Economy. This is very symbolic, because for further development it is more important than ever to possess digital knowledge and modern information technologies.
On 3 June 2020, at a meeting of activists in Sokh district of Ferghana region, chaired by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan, a number of instructions were given to the Ministry for the Development of Information Technologies and Communications in order to further improve the field of information technologies and communications.