The Relevance of Forming Students' Managerial Competencies Through Innovative Educational Methodology

Azizova Makhbuba, Khakimova Mukhabbat


This article discusses the issue of innovation in education and also indicates the importance and timeliness of introducing innovations not only in the delivery of knowledge itself but also in technologies that facilitate the development of acquired knowledge. The article also updates the value of modern education in the context of the formation of a knowledge economy, which entails the relationship between quality education and employment structures.


Managerial competencies; Teacher; Students’ competence; Teaching methods; Students; Education

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