The faculty of chemistry and metallurgy

Structural policy in the metallurgical complex today is aimed at increasing the production of non-ferrous metals, which is the most important source of foreign currency revenue, and the development of the chemical industry is based on the fullest development of their own resources, while ensuring environmental cleanliness and safety in production.

It is known that only highly educated, cultural and professional development of personality can be cost-free, reliable support of democratic and radical economic reforms. Understanding this truth should be the basis of an update of the entire education system. The adoption in 1997 of the Law "On Education, the National Program for Personnel Training" and the phased implementation of their lives has increased the responsibility of teachers, educators, all intellectuals.

With high sense of responsibility there is carried out purposeful work of chemical-metallurgical faculty, created in July 1995. In the period of 1995-1999 it headed by the doctor of chemical sciences, professor. BF Muhiddinov, during which, management has markedly improved the material and technical base and human resources of the department. In 1999, it was headed by Ph.D. TT Khasanov, and from 1999 to 2000 by NU Ikromov, from 2000 to 2002 by Ph.D. Associate Professor H. Bahronov and from 2002 to 2004, the faculty was headed by Doctor of Technical Sciences SA Abdurahmonov, and H. Sh.Bahronov. Since September 2004 until November 2006 by Ph.D. X Sh Bahronov, from November 2006 to September 2007 Doctor of technical Sciences Professor I. Ismailov, from November 2007 to September 2010 Ph.D., Associate Professor DB Kholikulov, from September 2010 to May 2011 NU Ikromov and from May to June 2015 UM Mardonov worked in the position of dean of the faculty.

Since December 2015 the Dean of the faculty is the candidate of technical sciences, associate professor Nodirjon Abdihakimovich Doniyarov. Under his leadership, 5 departments are functioning in the faculty. They are "Metallurgy", "Economics and Management", "Higher mathematics and information technologies", "Chemical technology" and " Social and Human Sciences", in which more than 80 academic staff and teaching support staff, contributing to the training of 538 undergraduate students in two areas of study - "Chemical engineering" and "Metallurgy". Currently, the faculty prepares masters in three specialties: "Technology of inorganic substances", "Metallurgy", and " Enrichment of minerals".