FACULTY "MINING AND METALLURGY"
Isomatov Yusuf Pulatovich
Reception days: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, from 14-00 to 16-00
Phone: (90) 970-52-12
E-mail: _ Isomatov. yusuf @ mail.ru
Dean of the Faculty
Reception days: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 14-00 to 16-00
Phone: + 93-392-90-19
Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs:
Abdisattorov Davron Nazirkhuzhayevich
Phone: + 93-392-90-19
Email: tdtu @davron.uz
Deputy Dean for Spirituality and Enlightenment:
Eronov Samariddin Kurbonnazarovich
Phone: + 94-428-98-80
Email: samarbek eronov umail.uz
Methodist: Hakimova Dilafruz Yuldashboy қizi
HISTORY OF THE FACULTY
In the 50th of the 20th century, the construction of large metallurgical plants was planned in Uzbekistan, and in the 60th the implementation of this plan began. Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Complex, Chodak, Angren, Marzhanbulak gold mining enterprises which belong to the “Uzbekoltin” association, and then the Navoi Mining and Metallurgical Complex was built. During that period, Bekabad Metallurgical Plant, the Chirchik Plant which produces refractory and refractory metals (tungsten and molybdenum) worked. To work at these plants and the the training specialists for machine-building metallurgists has become a requirement of the time. This task was assigned to the mining department at the Tashkent Polytechnical Institute (now Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov). In this regard, in 1961 in Almalyk, in 1962 in Tashkent, full-time admission to the specialty “Non-ferrous metallurgy” was started and the training of engineers began. Associate Professor was appointed as a dean of the Faculty. U.A. Isomuhammedov, I.I.Inagamov was appointed deputy dean of the institute. Mining and metallurgical faculty of the Tashkent Polytechnical Institute was transferred to Almalyk in September 1963 in accordance with the order of the leadership “Transfer of higher education institutions to places close to industrial enterprises”. After the transfer of the faculty to Almalyk, U.A. Isomuhammedov was transferred to the post of vice-rector of academic affairs.
During 1963-1967 full-time, evening and correspondence departments of the Almalyk mining and metallurgical faculty were created, and the candidate of technical sciences, associate professor Ilkhom Inagamovich Inagamov worked as a dean.
In 1967, the day branch of the Almalyk mining and metallurgical faculty was transferred to TashPI.
In 1967-1976, the Dean was Candidate of Technical Sciences Dzheymagambetov Dzhetis Satkhalievich.
From 1976 to 1981, the Dean of the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty appointed Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor Ilkhom Inagamovich Inagamov.
In 1981-1993, the Dean was Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor Yusuphodjaev Anvar Abdullaevich.
In 1993-1995, the Dean was Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor Kholmatov Mirakhmad Makhamadovich.
Professors and teachers who worked at the Almalyk mining and metallurgical faculty in 1961-1995: B.A. Stepanov, V.N. Chazov, R. Sharipkulov, B.V. Popova, V. Ivanova, N. Nekoroshov, A. Zubkov, L. Chazova, S. Abdurakhmanov, Yu.P. Isomatov, M. Askarov, A. Yusupksodzhaev, A. Mutalov, M. Abdurakhmanov, M. Mutalova, T. Makhmadiyarov, M. Kholmatov, M. Ya. Akubov, A. Khasanov.
In 1995, the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty was transformed into the Almalyk State Technical College.
In 2000, Almalyk mining and metallurgical faculty was opened to supply skilled workers to the rapidly developing mining and metallurgical sector of the Republic of Uzbekistan, mainly the Almalyk mining and metallurgical plant and the mining and metallurgical industry of the republic. Then the initiative was taken by the following people: Academic of the Russian Academy of Mining Sciences, doctor of technical sciences B.R. Raimjonov, doctor of technical sciences N.I. Kuchersky, doctor of technical sciences S.S. Sanakulov, doctor of technical sciences, professor S.A. Abdurakhmanov, Doctor of Technical Sciences O.F. Nosirov, Associate Professor R.M. Karshiev, Associate Professor Yu.P. Isomatov, Associate Professor A.M. Mutalov Doctor, of Technical Sciences A.S. Khasanov.
Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty was opened by order of the Rector of Navoi State Mining Institute No. 1/68 of 08/02/2001.
In 2001, students were enrolled to the first year in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Sh. Mirziyoyev with the aim of training personnel in the Tashkent region
On the basis of the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty of the Navoi Mining Institute No. PP-3153 dated July 24, 2017, Almalyk branch of Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov was opened in the city of Almalyk.
In 2001-2012 docent A.S Khasanov worked as a dean
In 2012-2013 docent T.V.Botirov worked as a dean
In 2003-2017 docent D.B.Xoliqulov worked as a dean of AMMF
In 2003-2017 docent O.E.Sattorov worked as a dean of AMMF Almalyk branch of TSTU
In 2017- 2019 D.N Abdusattorov worked as a dean of Almalyk branch of TSTU
From September 2019 Y.P. docent Isomatov has been working as a dean of «Mining work and Metallurgy» faculty of Almalyk branch of TSTU
DEPARTMENTS OF THE FACULTY
The structure of the faculty "Mining and Metallurgy" of the Almalyk branch of Tashkent State Technical University includes 3 departments.
GENERAL SPECIAL DEPARTMENT
GENERAL SPECIAL DEPARTMENT
1. Department of social-economic disciplines
At the faculty, students are admitted to the full-time, special correspondence and evening departments.
HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS
1. Department of Mining - Senior Lecturer Shamaev Murat Kurbanbaevich
2. Department of "Metallurgy" - senior lecturer Sunnatov Jahongir Bakhtiyarovich
3. Department of "Socio-economic disciplines" - Associate Professor Adilov Tulkin Turdimovich
5311600 - Mining
5310300 - Metallurgy
5310022 - Department of General and Economic Disciplines
STUDENTS OF FACULTY
In the 201 - 2019 academic year, number of students of 1,2,3,4 courses at the faculty:
1 course - 272 students,
2 course - 199 students,
3 course - 187 students,
4 course - 111 students.
The total number of students at the faculty is 769 students