FACULTY OF METALLURGY AND CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES
In the 50s of the last century, large deposits of non-ferrous, precious and other metals were discovered in Uzbekistan. For their development and extraction of valuable components, it was planned to build large concentrating factories and plants. Since the 60s, this plan began to be implemented, the Almalyk mining and smelting plant, the Chodak, Angren, Marzhanbulak gold mining factories belonging to the Uzbekzoloto association, and then the Navoi mining and smelting plant were built. During this period, the Bekabad metallurgical plant and the Chirchik plant for the production of refractory and refractory metals (tungsten and molybdenum) operated. For the above plants and factories, the training of specialists has become a requirement of the time. This task was entrusted to the mining department of the Tashkent Polytechnic Institute (now the Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov).
In 1958, an advisory council of TashPI was opened in Almalyk, headed by Yu.E. Petrosov, which in 1961 was transformed into the evening Almalyk mining and metallurgical faculty of TashPI. A.P. Turchin was appointed dean of the faculty, he worked in this position until 1963.
In 1962, in Tashkent, for the first time, the full-time department of the mining faculty of TashPI was recruited in the specialty "Non-ferrous metallurgy" and the training of engineers began. Associate Professor U.A.Isomukhammedov was appointed dean of the daily mining and metallurgical faculty, I.I.Inagamov was appointed deputy dean for academic work.
In 1963, in accordance with the Decree of the leadership of the former USSR on the "Transfer of higher educational institutions to places close to industrial enterprises", the mining and metallurgical faculty of TashPI was transferred to the city of Almalyk. After the transfer of the faculty to Almalyk, U.A. Isomukhammedov was appointed Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs of TashPI. In the city of Almalyk, the evening mining and metallurgical faculty was left, I.I. was appointed dean of the faculty. Inogamov.
During 1963-1967. in the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty there were full-time, evening and correspondence forms of education. The dean was Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor I.I. Inagamov.
In 1967, the full-time department of the faculty was transferred to Tashkent as an independent faculty of TashPI.
As part of the evening Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty, the following departments continued their activities as independent departments: the Department of Mineral Enrichment, the Department of Marxism-Leninism, the Department of General Engineering Disciplines, the Department of Foreign Languages and the Department of Industrial and Civil Engineering. And the departments "Metallurgy of non-ferrous metals" and "Technology of open pit mining" existed as a "Cycle" of the departments of the same name of the full-time department of the mining and metallurgical faculty of TashPI located in Tashkent.
Almalyk mining and metallurgical evening faculty of TashPI continued its activities until 1995.
On June 3, 1995, a Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan was issued on the closure of the evening-correspondence department of all universities of the Republic. In this regard, the activities of the Almalyk evening mining and metallurgical faculty were suspended.
In the period from 1963 to 1995, the deans of the Almalyk evening mining and metallurgical faculty worked from 1963 to 1967. I.I. Inagamov, from 1967 to 1976 Zh.S. Dzhanmagambetov, from 1976 to 1981 I.I. Inagamov, from 1981 to 1993 A.A. .G. M.M. Kholmatov.
In 2001, at the request of the General Director of the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Combine and the Khokim of the city of Almalyk, as well as by the Order of the State Selection Committee dated July 18, 2001, protocol No. 4, then by the decision of the Kengash of the Navoi State Mining Institute (minutes No. 7, 2001) and Order No. 1/68 dated August 2, 2001 of the rector of the Navoi State Mining Institute in the city of Almalyk, the full-time Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty was opened. At the same time, the initiative was shown by the following persons: Doctor of Technical Sciences Professor B.R. Raimzhanov, Doctor of Technical Sciences N.I. Kuchersky, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor K.S. Sanakulov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor S.A. Sciences, Professor U.F. Nosirov, Doctor of Technical Sciences A.S. Khasanov, Associate Professor R.M. Karshiev, Associate Professor Yu.P. Isomatov, Associate Professor A.M. Mutalov.
Associate Professor A.S. Khasanov was appointed the first dean of the ancient Almalyk mining and metallurgical faculty, by order of the rector of the Navoi State Mining Institute, associate professor Yu.P. Isomatov was appointed deputy dean for educational affairs.
The deans of the faculty worked from 2001 to 2012. A.S.Khasanov, from 2012 to 2013 T.V.Botirov and from 2013 to 2017 D.B.Khalikulov. During the work of the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty, the following departments were opened as part of the Navoi State Mining Institute: “General engineering disciplines”, “Humanitarian disciplines”, and since 2004 “Mining and mining electromechanics” and “Mineral processing and metallurgy”. Since 2010, Professor S.A. Abdurakhmonov worked as the head of the Department of Mineral Processing and Metallurgy. And the Department of Mining and Mining Electromechanics, due to the lack of a quota for undergraduate studies in Mining Electromechanics, was renamed the Department of Mining. The head of the department for 0.5 st from 2004 to 2010 was the dean of the faculty, Doctor of Technical Sciences A.S. Khasanov, and from 2010 to 2012 M.K. Shamaev, from 2012 to 2016 A.S. .Khasanov. Since 2016, Professor B.Sh.Shakarov has been appointed head of the Mining Department.
As part of the Navoi State Mining Institute, the Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Faculty of full-time education existed until August 4, 2017.
In accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated 2017 No. PP-3153 "on measures to improve the system of training engineering and technical personnel for the industrial production in the Tashkent region", Order of the Minister of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated August 4, 2017 No. 516 and the order of the rector of TSTU named after Islam Karimov dated August 4, 2017 No. 01 / 9-05-520 - in accordance with order No. 300, the Almalyk branch of the Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov was established in the city of Almalyk, which included the Faculty of Mining and metallurgy was also included.
In connection with the increase in the number of students of the Almalyk branch of the Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov, by the decision of the branch council No. 10 dated June 14, 2022, the Faculty of Metallurgy and Chemical Technologies was established.
The Faculty of Metallurgy and Chemical Technology consists of specialized departments - Metallurgy and Chemical Technology, as well as non-specialized departments of Physics and Chemistry and Social Sciences and Humanities.
- Department of Metallurgy
- Department of Chemical Technology
- Department of Physics and Chemistry
- Department of Social Sciences and Humanities
THE FOLLOWING TEACHERS ARE THE HEADS OF THE DEPARTMENT:
- Department of Metallurgy - Tashkadirova Rano Erkinjonovna
- Department of Chemical Technology-Pulatov Galibjon
- Department of Physics and Chemistry-Irkaaboev Jumanali Usmanovich
- Department of Social and Humanitarian Sciences-Mahmudov Behzod Hamidovich