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Institute history

Namangan Institute of Engineering and Technology is an outstanding science and art center of the independent Republic of Uzbekistan, which currently occupies a worthy place among the higher educational institutions of Central Asia. The fact that the institute’s 45-year history has been practiced not only in Uzbekistan, but also in the whole of Central Asia, and even more extensively, by the glorious location of the Tashkent Institute of Textile and Light Industry, is. The institute was founded in 1968. At the end of the 1960s, a sharp development of the textile and light industry in Namangan and throughout the Ferghana Valley required a great deal of specialized training. The opening of a large institute on this basis was a very significant social and cultural event for the time. The foundation of the Namangan Engineering and Technology Institute, its development and development as a science fitter, is a worthy place for the team of the Tashkent Institute of Textile and Light Industry, the Ministry of Higher Education, and many prominent scholars. contribution. We express them with special respect and pride. First of all, it was headed by academician MKHojinova to establish the institute as a learning-advisory point. Academician T.R. Rashidov, Professor G. G. Kadirov, Associate Professor M. F. Akhmedov made great contributions to the rectors of the institute. At this point, which was originally opened as a training and consultation point, students were able to read without leaving the production. (1968-1976) The Supervisory Board was headed by Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor Soliyev Hamid Solievich. Only one person was a Candidate of Science. The first educational center was located in the center of Namangan, with two educational audiences. In 1977, this educational and consulting point was transformed into a general technical faculty. During this time, Namangan moved to a newly built building in the small district of Namangan silk and suitcase combine (nowadays Namangan textile manufacturing joint venture). This 4-storey building has the opportunity to create a more comprehensive and meaningful educational-experimental work. The candidate of physical and mathematical sciences, associate professor Khusanov Hamidulla Sultanovich has been appointed as the dean of the faculty. His efforts have made significant changes in science. The number of students has reached 500 people. Of the professors and teachers who taught them, six were candidates of science and senior lecturers. In 1981, the general technical faculty was transformed into the main institute in Tashkent. By this time, the total number of students reached 750. At that time the docent Ahmadhodjaev Hamid Tursunovich headed the department. He was admitted to college by specialties of weaving and spinning. In 1984, the first diploma work on the specialty “Knitting, Cotton and Chemical Fibers”, “Textile Machinery and Apparatus” were held in Namangan. This diploma defense has been carried out by graduating students since 1987. At that time, 390 people were trained in engineering, 700 were absorbed by evening, and 560 were trained in correspondence departments. By 1988, he moved to the building, which was located in the small town of 3. Since that year, candidate of economic sciences, docent Nabiyev Hamidkhon Nabiyevich has been appointed as a director. Since 1990, for the first time 25 students have been admitted to the specialty “Textile Industry Economics and Management”. Special attention was paid to the training of economists. Afterwards, 30 students were admitted to the Uzbek and Russian groups. In 1992, a new specialty in Economics – “Accounting, auditing and analysis in industry” was launched. Since 1993, she has been working in the following fields: “Textile Industry – Economy and its Organization”, “Textile Machinery and Appliances”, “Weaving”, “Shoe Technology”, “National Accounting and Accountancy” management and production tools “wholesale trade”. It should be noted that as of September 1, 1991, as in the history of the Homeland and the nation, the history of the institute remains the largest and most unstoppable. Because the centuries-long dream of our people has been achieved by the peaceful and democratic way of national independence, which has become the noble dream and harmony of thousands of people. From this point of view, the problem of freedom and self-determination and self-realization began in the fate of the nation. It can be said that this historic turning point has taken on a great responsibility and completely new responsibilities. Since 1992, the number of students studying economics has grown significantly. Taking into account the content of the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as the increasing demand for the economy to improve the quality of education and improve the quality of education, the aim of the “Faculty of Economics” it was found appropriate. On the basis of the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Abduganievich Karimov of February 28, 1992 “On Establishment of New Higher Educational Institutions of the Republic” on the basis of Namangan branch of the Tashkent Institute of Textile and Light Industry, independent Namangan engineering-economical (NMII). The first rector of the institute is the candidate of economic sciences, docent Nabiyev Hamidkhon Nabievich. According to the Decree of the Scientific Council of April 26, 1993, the day division was divided into 2 faculties – Faculty of Technology and Economics and Mechanics. According to this decision, the students of the specialty “Economics and Management of Textile Industry”, “Accounting, Control and Analysis in Industry” and “Textile Machinery and Apparatus” were merged to the Faculty of Economics and Mechanics. Since 1993 she has been admitted to the faculty by specialty “Marketing”. In the 1993-1994 academic year, the management was much more complicated by the overall number of students at the Faculty of Economics and Mechanics. In order to properly organize and implement the educational process and to improve the teaching and learning work among students, there was a need to divide the faculty into two independent faculties. On the basis of the Decree of the Scientific Council of the Institute on March 28, 1994, and by the decree of the Rector on 19 April of the same year, the Faculty of Economics and Mechanics was divided into two independent departments: “Economy” and “Mechanics”. At that time 3 day departments and 1 evening and correspondence faculties were functioning at the institute, and then the number of departments was increased to 14. – In 1998-2005, Ahmadhodjaev was led by Hamid Tursunovich. – During 2004-2005 the Institute was headed by Khojiyev Abdurakhim Hodzhievich. – Since July 1, 2009, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Member of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis Mamatkarimov Odiljon Oxundadaevich. Namangan Institute of Engineering and Economics The Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated May 20, 2011 N PP-1533 “On Measures to Improve the Material-Technical Basis of Higher Educational Institutions and Improve the Quality of Training of Highly Qualified Professionals” a number of positive steps have been taken to ensure the implementation of the project. In particular, according to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan № 212 of July 25, 2011, the Namangan Engineering and Economic Institute (NAMI) was transformed into the Namangan Engineering and Technology Institute (NAMI). The main directions of the Institute activity are: textile, light industry and printing industry, food technology, machinery and equipment for electro-technology, chemical technology, automation of technological processes, ornamental gardening and gardening. training of specialists in the directions. At the beginning of the study, there were 750 students, at present there are more than 3500 bachelors in 23 directions of education and 7 masters on competitive specialties. Also, the NamMTI and the Saratov State Technical University’s Unified Faculties were established on August 28, 2018, under a two-part contract. The faculty has started the preparation of bachelors in three directions. 05.06.02 Senior researchers are trained on specialty “Technology of textile materials and initial processing of raw materials”. There are 5 faculties, 18 departments, specialized lyceums, 6 research and development laboratories “Gulchilik markazi” and “Innovative technologies center”. According to the plan of creation of textbooks and manuals, there are prepared and published 15 textbooks, 22 manuals for 2015-2018. At the institute special attention is paid to support and encouragement of talented youth. Namangan Pahtasanoat JSC, Namangan Production Association, Uzvinosanoat Holding, Namangan tola textile, Namangan Carbonam, Namangan LLC Mexmash, Namimpeks Textile LLC, Kosonsoy, Al-Aziz “, LLC” Uz-Texs “, private enterprise on production of footwear” Dambog “, woodworking enterprise” Vodiy “,” Kosonsoy tukimachi “LLC,” Karbonam “LLC,” Infin ” Bank, Asaka Bank, Hamkor Bank, Ipak Yuli Bank, Trast Bank, Ipoteka Bank, Qishloq Qurilish Bank, National Bank, Aloqa Bank are the regional and republican banks , as well as being a leading specialist in various fields of Namangan Electric Networks and others.