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Tashkent University of Information Technologies

About university:

Nowadays TUIT is the largest higher educational institution in Central Asia in the sphere of telecommunications and information systems. The decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated June 2, 2005 “On improvement of the system of professional training in the sphere of information technologies” stated TUIT as major higher educational institution training specialists in the sphere of information and communication technologies. Educational levels: secondary (2 lyceums), bachelor (15 directions), master’s degree studies (13 specializations), post graduate studies and doctor’s degree studies. The teaching staff is about 400 persons, including 4 academicians, 21 professors, 24 Doctors of Science, 87 candidates of science and associate professors.

More than 9000 students study in the University and its branches. The university has 28 departments and 37 university laboratories, 10 research laboratories and computer centers equipped with own network, modern computers (more than 1800 computers) and multimedia classes (more than 20), information and resource center (library) possessing more than 400000 books.

History

1955 – Tashkent Electro technical Institute of Communication (TEIC) was established.

1960 – Graduation of the first generation of electrical communication engineers from TEIC.

1978 – Representative offices of TEIC department of distance education were established in Frunse (present Bishkek), Dushanbe, Alma – Ata and Fergana.

1993 – Special faculty for training of signalmen officers was established.

1994 – Central Asian Educational Centre for Telecommunications (CAECT) was established under the institute with the view to improve skills of engineers and technicians of Central Asian¬ republics working in the field of communications, as well as those of Mongolia, Pakistan and India.

1997 – Boarding – school attached to the Institute started its activity.

1999 – Academic lyceum attached to the Institute started its activity.

2002 – In accordance with the decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, TEIC was renamed as Tashkent University of Information Technologies (TUIT).

2005 – Regional branches of TUIT were established in Karshi, Nukus, Samarkand, Urgench and Fergana
System and device information transmission through communication channels

Programs of research:

  • System and device navigation, radar and television
  •  systems, networks and telecommunications devices, information sharing;
  •  Mathematical and software of computers, systems and computer networks;
  •  Telecommunication systems and computer networks;
  •  Methods and systems of information protection, information security;
  • Information systems and technology in the economy (only at the Institute of trainee applicants and researchers).

International programs:

More information:

http://www.tuit.uz

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