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Saidkhojaeva Barno
Ibragimova Ra'no Khamdamovna


The increasing prevalence and severity of mental health difficulties in the population of university students is an important issue for universities and their wider communities. Little is still known about student perspectives on stressors in the university environment and what steps universities take to better support student mental well-being. Partially covered in this article

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Saidkhojaeva Barno, & Ibragimova Ra’no Khamdamovna. (2023). IMPROVING STUDENT DISCIPLINE IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 11(10), 126–131. Retrieved from


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