|Dean:||Dilmanov Ilya Orakbaevich|
Brief information about the faculty
The faculty was organized in 1937 as part of the Pedagogical Institute. The faculty has a rich history and traditions. In 1963 it was renamed as the “Faculty of Foreign Languages”. Well-known scientists in the Republic, academicians M. Nurmukhamedov, U. Khamidov, People’s Writer of Uzbekistan and Karakalpakstan, Hero of Uzbekistan T. Kayipbergenov, Hero of Uzbekistan A. Uteniyazov and other statesmen graduated from this faculty. The Faculty of Russian Language and Literature continued its work in 1990 at the newly opened Pedagogical Institute. Since 2000, the faculty continued its activities as the Faculty of Russian-English Philology, since 2004 as the Faculty of Foreign Languages. From 1990 to 2017, the faculty was headed by prof. K. Koshchanov, Assoc. B.Khoshanov, Ph.D. B. Shaniyazov, Ph.D. M. Abdullaev, Assoc. G. Kurbaniyazov, Ph.D. A. Tazhiyeva, Ph.D. D. Mamyrbaeva. Since June 2017, the faculty has been headed by Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor Ilya Dilmanov. M. Allaniyazova, Nurlybay Mambetaminov and S. Saparov work as deputy deans.
Currently, 88 teachers work at the departments of Russian Language and Literature, English Language and Literature, Foreign Languages, including 1 professor, 11 candidates of science and associate professor, 3 doctors of philosophy (PhD). Overall 1301 students have been teaching at the faculty. The faculty prepares bachelors in the following educational areas: English language and literature, Russian language and literature, Russian language and literature (in non. Russian groups). Also, from the 2018-2019 academic year, the Master’s program began training students in the specialty Russian Language and Literature. Currently, for the period of admission of the 2021-2022 academic year, 77 undergraduates study at the Master’s Department in the specialty Foreign Language and Literature (English Language), and 20 undergraduates in the specialty Russian Language and Literature.
List of departments within the faculty:
Directions of education:
- 60111800- Foreign language and literature (English language and literature)
- 60111500- Russian language and literature (Russian language and literature)
- 60111600- Russian language and literature (Russian language and literature in non-Russian groups)
- 70111501- Native language and literature (Russian language and literature)
- 70111801-Foreign language and literature (English language and literature)
Faculty teachers use advanced pedagogical technologies and innovative methods of teaching language and literature in the classroom. They are at the forefront in the assimilation of new pedagogical technologies and the development of educational international relations. The faculty works with international foundations of the USA, Great Britain, Russia, France, India and other countries.
It was a great pleasure to host at the Nukus State Pedagogical Institute the English language scholarship holder Josh Gaston, who now works at Namangan State University. We are grateful for the two-day training on writing an assessment and its evaluation. We would like to express our gratitude for visiting Nukus and conducting productive classes.
The head of the Department of Foreign Languages of the Nukus State Pedagogical Institute and an ECVET expert held a seminar for teachers of the ESP faculty on the development of units of learning outcomes in the European credit system for vocational education and training ECVET at the ECVET National Training Center in Nukus. State Pedagogical Institute. All participants were awarded with the certificates.
Assistant English teacher Emma Wilbur had started an official visit to the classes of the Foreign Languages Department of the Nukus State Pedagogical Institute for the purpose of observation and collaborative learning. Emma Wilbur was at our institute in the 2019-2020 academic year. Emma Wilbur visited the lessons of senior teachers Gyulksan Seytova, Sarbinaz Kurbaniyazova and Gulyaim Bekbergenova. We would like to express our gratitude to the American Embassy for providing a great opportunity to host the first English teacher, Emma Wilbur, within the walls of our institute.
The staff of the Department of Foreign Languages of the Nukus State Pedagogical Institute, together with the head of the Department Foreign Languages Nargiza Babaniyazova, met with the Public Relations Office John Brown, Coordinator of English Language Programs Feruz Akobirov and Emma Wilbur, English Language teaching assistant. Emma Wilbur started collaborating with the Department of Foreign Languages and participated in a co-educational program.
Today was marked by the official opening of the Speaking Club, which will be headed by the branch of the Nukus State Pedagogical Institute for Foreign Languages Emma Wilbur (ETA) English Language Assistant. The head of the department Nargiza Babaniyazova introduced Emma Wilbur to the participants and wished them good luck.
The joint work of the Department of Foreign Languages of the Nukus State Pedagogical Institute and the American Embassy has yielded results. The department presented books on academic writing, reading, methodology, etc., the total number of books is 197 pieces and equipment (computer, TV, printer and DVD player) to support the existing ETA (English language assistant), which had worked at department since November 1, 2019.