The Almalyk branch of the Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov, established on the site of the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgy Faculty of the Navoi State Mining Institute, has its glorious history. Today, progressive reforms in all areas are also reflected in the higher education system.
In the 50s of the last century, large mineral deposits were discovered in Uzbekistan, and in the 1960s it was planned to build mining, concentrating and metallurgical plants. The Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Combine, the Chodak, Angren, Marianbulak deposits and the processing plants belonging to the Uzbek-Baltic association, and later the Navoi Mining and Metallurgical Combine were established. During this period, Bekabad Metallurgical Plant, a plant for the production of refractory and industrious metals (tungsten and molybdenum) worked. These industries, factories, factories, engineers, engineers, beneficiaries and metallurgists became cyclical in demand. This task involved the mining department of the Tashkent Polytechnic Institute (now Tashkent State Technical University). In 1961, the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgy Faculty of the city of Almalyk began training in evening education without getting into production.
Later, in 1963, the Mining and Metallurgy Faculty of the Tashkent Polytechnic Institute was transferred to the city of Almalyk to transfer higher education institutions to industrial enterprises. In September 1967, the full-time department of the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty was again transferred to Tashkent. The Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty of TashPI was organized in the city of Almalyk, and the evening students were abandoned. The departments of specialties “Metallurgy of non-ferrous metals”, “Technology of open development of mineral resources” and all other departments were transferred to special departments of the Mining and Metallurgical Faculty of Tashkent. In the structure of the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgy Faculty, the departments “Mineral Processing”, “General Medicine”, “Chet Languages” and “Industrial Construction” were organized as an independent department.
In the evening, the Almalyk Faculty works from 1967 to 1995. Since 1995, the faculties and branches of other higher educational institutions of the city of Tashkent have been closed. Including the Almalyk Faculty.
In 2001, the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty of the Navoi State Mining Institute was opened. At the faculty were trained “Mining Electromechanics”, “Social Sciences” and “Mining”, “Mining Electromechanics” and “Metallurgy”.
The Almalyk branch of the Islam Karimov Tashkent State Technical University was created on the initiative of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev on July 27, 2017 “On measures to improve the system of training engineers and technical personnel for industry and industry in the Tashkent region”. According to this decision, the department began to work the department “Mining and metallurgy”, “Energy and engineering”. The Department of Mining and Metallurgy includes the Department of Mining Business, Metallurgy, General Medical Sciences, the Faculty of Energy and Mechanical Engineering – Electrical Engineering, Electromechanics and Electrical Technologies, Chemical Technology and Mechanical Engineering Technology. year
At the same time, the department trains specialists in the field of mechanical engineering, mechanical engineering and automation, mining, metallurgy, electrical engineering, electrical engineering and electrical engineering. From the current academic year, new directions of mining electromechanics and technological machines and equipment are opening. At the same time, our university has evening and special correspondence departments, where about 400 students study. Documents day and evening branches of the branch are accepted in the prescribed manner. At least three years of practical experience in the specialized correspondence department, as well as in the joint venture “Almalyk MMC”, Navoi KMK, JSC “Uzbek Metallurgical Plant”, JSC “Uzbekugol”, State Geology and Mineral Resources. resource committee recommendation.
Of course, modern personnel cannot be imagined without modern laboratory equipment. There are six nominations for the acquisition of the Almalyk branch: Fundamentals of Metallurgy, Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Chemical Technology, Hydrology and Hydrogeology, Mechanical Engineering.