Radical improvement of the system of training highly qualified personnel for the transport sector of the Republic on the basis of advanced foreign experience and international standards, widespread introduction of innovative forms and methods of teaching in the educational process and modern pedagogical and information technologies, as well as In order to strengthen the technical base and further increase the scientific potential, Tashkent State Transport University was established on the basis of the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On measures to radically improve the system of training in the transport sector” dated 04.05.2020. The university structure was reorganized and several new faculties were established. The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering is also a newly established faculty. Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor Ya.O. Ruzmetov has been appointed Dean of the Faculty.
There are four departments in the faculty. These are the departments of “Automation and Telemechanics”, “Power Supply”, “Electrical Engineering” and “Radioelectronic Devices and Systems”, which train about 60 professors and teachers. More than 43% are senior pedagogical scientists with academic titles and degrees. The faculty has four directions for railway transport and other sectors of the economy: “Automation and control of technological processes and production”, “Electric power”, “Electrical engineering, electromechanics and electrical technology” and “Radio electronic devices and systems ”and masters in“ Automation and telemechanics in railway transport ”,“ Radio electronic devices and systems ”and“ Power supply ”. The number of students is more than 1,000.
Thanks to the financial support provided by JSC “Uzbekistan Railways”, the training laboratories of the faculty are equipped in a modern way and meet all the requirements for the training of specialists. Currently, the main focus of faculty members is Radio Electronic Devices and Systems; Automation and control of technological processes and production; Electrical Engineering, Electrical Mechanics and Electrical Technology; The training of specialists in the field of electricity is aimed at improving the “quality”. To this end, the faculty has developed guidelines for lecture notes, curricula and work programs, internships, course project work, all types of internships, qualifying theses and master’s dissertations for more than 80 subjects studied by students. Advanced pedagogical technologies and interactive teaching methods are widely used in the educational process. Information technology tools are widely used in independent and course project work, graduation theses. The activity of the faculty is aimed at becoming a center for training advanced personnel for railway transport and providing the labor market of the industry with qualified specialists.