Library

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Regular Hours

Monday

9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Tuesday

9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Wednesday

9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Thursday

9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Friday

9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Saturday

closed

Sunday

closed

Exceptions to normal hours

1 September

Independence day - closed

1 October

Teachers day – 9:00 am – 13:00 pm

8 December

Constitution day - closed

1 January

New Year holiday - closed

8 March

Woman’s day - 9:00 am – 13:00 pm

21 March

Navro’z holiday - closed

9 may

Remembrance day - closed

1 June

International children protection day - 9:00 am – 13:00 pm

Notes: During final exams, University Library may be open extended hours. Only students, staff, and teachers with a valid Jag Tag are allowed during these hours. Library services and hours may vary, and not all areas of the library will be open. Final exam schedule is subject to change.
For detail information please call: +998 71 269 00 58

Reading regulations

REGULATIONS FOR ACCESSING UNIVERSITY LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

1. These Regulations define the rules for the use of the University Library collections.

2. Use of the Library collections and services are free.

3. Terms of use for electronic resources are determined by the terms of the license and University Library internal rules.

4. Rules for the use of collections available in the University Library which do not constitute property of the Library may be determined by separate provisions.

Eligibility to use the collections

1. University Library collections are available to holders of library cards or day tickets issued by the Library or by the administrate of the University.

2. In these Regulations, a library card is: a) for students – an Electronic Student Card  after it is activated, that is, registered in the computerised library system, b) for other users – a library card issued by the University Library upon presentation of an identity document or documents.

3. The cart referred to in the par. may be given to: a) all employees of the Inha University b) students and graduate students of all kinds of studies conducted at the IUT, and post-graduate students, c) visiting IUT professors, d) other users, based on the decision of the Director of the University Library.

Access to collections
General rules


1. University Library collections are available: a) through interlibrary loan, b) via computer network in the case of electronic resources.

2. Independent academic teachers are served first, and request forms submitted by them at the Reading Room are implemented immediately.

3. The University Library Collections Copy Section creates secondary documents (copies) from the University Library collections, IUT agency libraries, and in justified cases also of works introduced via interlibrary loan. The University Library provides users with self-service copiers and printers. The University Library has the right to refuse consent to copy certain library materials.

4. The collections of the University Library may be used in special equipped reading rooms and in the resource center of the IUT.

5. The usage of reading rooms and resource center are laid down in the detailed instructions by the Director of the University Library.

6. CDs, DVDs, audio cassettes, both independent and attached to books and magazines, are stored and made available in the Current Periodicals and Microforms Reading Room.

7. All users may use the computers located in the Open Access area in accordance with the separate rules on using computers in the University Library.

8. Computers and study carrels for people with disabilities are specially marked off in the Open Access area. Authorisation for the use of the abovementioned equipment is issued by the University for People with Disabilities.

9. The University Library offers internet access to its users.

10. Borrowing outside the University Library is run by the Circulation Desk and Interlibrary. Loan Service. Libraries borrowing University Library collections may only make them available in their own reading rooms and resource center.

11. Registration of lending and return in the computer system replaces the request forms cycle.

12. The Library has the right, in appropriate cases, to demand the return of borrowed works before the specified time .

Readers’ duties and responsibilities

1. Users are required to comply with these Regulations, the rules of individual University Library agencies and the rules of order in force in the University Library.

2. Any change on personal data, and in particular home address, and loss of library card, should immediately be reported to the Circulation Desk. The consequences of neglecting this duty shall be borne by the cardholder. A duplicate library card may be obtained after a written statement describing the loss or destruction.

3. Prior to termination of the employment contract with the University, IUT employees are required to obtain a declaration from the Circulation Desk that obligations to the University Library have been met.

4. Students and IUT doctoral students are required to obtain from the Circulation Desk: a) at the end of the academic year – a declaration of no non-returned books and no other arrears, b) prior to leaving the University – a declaration that arrears to the University Library have been settled.

5. The University Library declaration is the condition for obtaining formal confirmation of completion of a year of study, receipt of a degree, or return of documents submitted in the case of an interruption in studies.

6. The personal information of IUT students and employees are deleted from the IUT library system after obtaining clearance from the University Library. Each user, after settlement of obligations to the University Library, has the right to request the removal of their personal data from the library system.

7. The user assumes full liability for any damage to library items undisclosed at the time of collection from libraries and discovered upon their return.

8. In the event of damage or loss of a work, the reader is required to provide an identical copy and bear the costs of binding, if the work was bound. If this is not possible, the head of the Public Services Department shall determine the purchase of another work of no more than three times the market value of the lost work. With the settlement of obligations, the reader does not acquire ownership of the damaged or lost property and if later discovered is still required to return the work to the University Library.

9. Removing items owned by the University Library outside its territory without fulfilling the mandatory procedures, destruction of said items, or failure to abide by generally accepted standards of behaviour shall entail a breach of these Regulations.

10. Infringement of these Regulations shall entail: a) a request to immediately leave the University Library, b) temporary or perpetual disqualification from possessing a library card, c) application to the competent authorities for punishment for IUT students and staff.

Final provisions

Resolution of matters not provided for in the provisions of these Regulations is the responsibility of the Director of the University of Inha. The Director of the University of Inha Library’s decision may be appealed before the Rector.

 

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Benefits for Pre-University students

Inha University in Tashkent provides following benefits to the students of the Pre-University courses:

  • Students will be exempted from taking the IUT entrance examination if they get 60 points for each subject during the final examination.
  • Only Pre-University students have a second chance to take the entrance examination.
  • First and second year students of colleges and academic lyceums will become the IUT students after a successful completion of their studies.
  • Pre-University students have an opportunity to use the university facilities.

 

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