The Information Culture Level of Uzbekistan Students at Islamic Studies College


  • A.A. Anvarov Post graduate Student of Namangan State University, City of Namangan, Uzbekistan



Digital Technologies, Information and Communication Technologies, Means of Information Communication, Social Networks, Society, World Information Resources


This article describes information culture in the modern period and its distinctive characteristics. Researchers have looked into the social elements that lead students at a special Islamic educational college to lack a critical approach to selecting the necessary information. The author also presented a number of suggestions and recommendations in this area, based on the idea that future imams must acquire information culture. The article in the Information Society examines in detail the necessity of the efficient use of information in the field of education and makes sure that information is circulated quickly and of high quality within the education system, which becomes the primary criterion for the advancement and development of the nation. The primary determinants of the information culture creation of secondary specialized Islamic education students are elucidated. Every student and adolescent in the twenty-first century must adhere to the fundamentals of information culture; issues with its application in the classroom and, naturally, fostering a more positive Internet culture are emphasized. The scholarly essay provides an examination of research done on how students in secondary specialized educational institutions use social media and the Internet. The development of students' information cultures in secondary specialized Islamic educational institutes has not been researched at all; this is a scientific study conducted in Uzbekistan as well as all of Central Asia. Information culture of students studying in secondary specialized Islamic educational colleges has been thoroughly defined and formed into formation standards


Download data is not yet available.


A.A. Anvarov. (2024). Experimental Work Of Development Of Information Culture Of Secondary Special Islamic Colleges. DIROSAT: Journal of Education, Social Sciences & Humanities, 2(1), 30–49.

Abdurahmonova, J. N., & Ismoilov, U. K. (2021). Freedom Of Consciousness And Religion In Uzbekistan On The Example Of The Activities Of Religious Objects And Places Of Rigguage. Journal Of Look To The Past, 4(10), 22–36.

Ahorsu, D. K., Adjorlolo, S., Nurmala, I., Ruckwongpatr, K., Strong, C., & Lin, C.-Y. (2023). Problematic Porn Use and Cross-Cultural Differences: A Brief Review. Current Addiction Reports, 10(3), 572–580.

Anvarov, A. (2010). Higher Attestation Commission of Uzbekistan. Scientific and Methodological Journal, 1, 20–23.

Anvarov, A. A., & Anvarova, Q. (2022). Information culture experience in the modernization of Uzbek education system.

Aslam, S., Qutab, S., & Ali, N. (2022). Components of reading culture: Insights from bibliometric analysis of 1991–2020 research. Journal of Information Science, 01655515221118667.

Chutia, T. (2021). Uzbekistan: A Critical Analysis of the Official Discourse on Terrorism. Conflict Studies Quarterly, 37.

Clark, E. A., & Vovk, D. (2020). Legal Reform in Uzbekistan: Prospects for Freedom of Religion or Belief and Covenantal Pluralism. The Review of Faith & International Affairs, 18(4), 35–48.

Coates, S. K., Trudgett, M., & Page, S. (2023). Indigenous institutional theory: A new theoretical framework and methodological tool. The Australian Educational Researcher, 50(3), 903–920.

Goody, J. (2013). Islam in Europe. John Wiley & Sons.

Kadiraliyev, S., Gulmurodov, T. S. U. O. L., & Tashkent State University of Law. (2023). The Investigative Judge Is A New Institute In The Criminal Process Of The Republic Of Uzbekistan. Criminology And Criminal Justice, 3(4), 28–39.

Karpov, A. V., Denikin, A. S., Naumenko, M. A., Alekseev, A. P., Rachkov, V. A., Samarin, V. V., Saiko, V. V., & Zagrebaev, V. I. (2017). NRV web knowledge base on low-energy nuclear physics. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 859, 112–124.

Karpov, A. V., & Saiko, V. V. (2017). Modeling near-barrier collisions of heavy ions based on a Langevin-type approach. Physical Review C, 96(2), 024618.

Kozhamberdiyeva, Z. (n.d.). The Future of Internet Media in Uzbekistan: Transformation from State Censorship to Monitoring of Information Space since Independence. Aer the Czars and Commissars, 99.

Kummer, H. (2017). Primate Societies: Group Techniques of Ecological Adaptation. Routledge.

K.Yu, X. (2023). Formation Of Study Culture And Personal Information Culture. Экономика и Социум, 4-1 (107), Article 4-1 (107).

Lewis, B. (1993). Islam and the West. Oxford University Press, USA.

Loop, J. (2019). Islam and the European Enlightenment. In Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History Volume 13 Western Europe (1700-1800) (pp. 16–34). Brill.

Maksudjon, A. (2020). Developing Norm Creativity In The Process Of Ensuring The Rule Of Law In The Republic Of Uzbekistan. Review of Law Sciences, 1(Спецвыпуск), Article Спецвыпуск.

Mukhammadiev, J. (2020). Features ensuring information security in various spheres of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Общество и Инновации, 1(2), 1–9.

Peyrouse, S. (2018). Why Uzbekistan’s New President Needs to Expand Access to Islamic Education. PonarsEuarasia - Policy Memos.

Saville-Troike, M. (2008). The Ethnography of Communication: An Introduction. John Wiley & Sons.

Shaturaev, J. (2022). A Case Study: Insights From The Public Education System Of Uzbekistan. Academic Research in Educational Sciences, 3(8), Article 8.

Sherkulovich, S. E., Tashkent institute of finance, Uzbekistan, Abdushukrovna, B. I., Tashkent institute of finance, Uzbekistan, Usmonovich, S. B., Tashkent institute of finance, Uzbekistan, & Uzbekistan, T. I. O. F. (2023). Impact of the Development Digital Economy on the Socio-Economic Development of Uzbekistan. Journal of Sustainable Development and Green Technology, 1(1), 49–56.

Stern, T. A., Freudenreich, O., Smith, F. A., Fricchione, G. L., & Rosenbaum, J. F. (2017). Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of General Hospital Psychiatry E-Book: Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of General Hospital Psychiatry E-Book. Elsevier Health Sciences.

Stevens, D. (2007). Political society and civil society in Uzbekistan—Never the twain shall meet?1. Central Asian Survey, 26(1), 49–64.

Teixeir, J. E., Gresham, J., Liberman, J., Miyamoto, K., Chukmaitova, D., Gonzalez, K. H., Sadikova, I., Ciucanu, I., Ahadjonov, I., Pomes-Jimenez, M., Dinlemez, M. U., John, O., Miorelli, R., Vasudevan, S. R., Smid, S., Garipova, R., & Eli, S. (2018, December 27). Uzbekistan—Education Sector Analysis.

Wiener, M. (2017). Freedom of Religion or Belief and Sexuality: Tracing the Evolution of the UN Special Rapporteur’s Mandate Practice over Thirty Years. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 6(2), 253–267.

Xu, Y. (2023). The Stylistic Significance of the “Hippie” Youth Subculture.

Yusupova, D. (2020). Features Of Manifestation Of The Factor Of Transformation Of Religion In Uzbekistan. International Journal Of Consensus, 1(1), 106–114.

Yusupovna, T. G. (2021). Development of relations between the state and religion in Uzbekistan. Asian Journal of Multidimensional Research, 10(12), 764–772.

Zakirova, F., & Babajanov, S. (2020). Development of media competence of the future teacher. Tashkent,“Alokachi, 204, 135–139.

Zhumash, Z., Zhumabaeva, A., Nurgaliyeva, S., Saduakas, G., Lebedeva, L. A., & Zhoraeva, S. B. (2021). Professional Teaching Competence in Preservice Primary School Teachers: Structure, Criteria and Levels. World Journal on Educational Technology: Current Issues, 13(2), 261–271.




How to Cite

Anvarov, A. . (2024). The Information Culture Level of Uzbekistan Students at Islamic Studies College. Islamic Journal of Integrated Science Education (IJISE), 3(1), 1–24.