MINSK, 21 November (BelTA) – Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has signed a resolution to establish the Belarus-Uzbekistan Interdisciplinary Institute of Applied Technical Qualifications in Tashkent. The document has been published on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, BelTA has learned.
The founder of the institute is Islam Karimov Tashkent State Technical University in association with Belarusian National Technical University and the National Institute for Vocational Education of Belarus.
The institute will train engineers and technicians, develop and introduce modern educational programs and forms of higher education and vocational training, offer training, retraining, and advanced training courses for specialists, researchers, and teaching staff. It is also meant to conduct research and implement innovative projects in mechanical engineering, mechanics, automation of manufacturing processes, biotechnology, metrology, standardization, and other areas.
The Belarus-Uzbekistan institute will open admission in 2020. Moreover, plans are in place to open a branch of the institute in the city of Navoi in 2021. It will focus on training specialists in the key areas of manufacturing, engineering, and advanced technology.More about Society