Renovations at university’s Jizzakh Branch in Uzbekistan close to completion
Furniture and equipment are being installed at a study building and a dormitory.
There are two more study buildings readying for the 2022/2023 academic year, according to Vice-Rector for External Affairs Timirkhan Alishev, “Our objective is to create the best possible conditions for students. Great support is being lent by the Ministry of Higher and Vocational Education of Uzbekistan, the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan, the Government of Jizzakh Region, and the Municipal Administration of Jizzakh, who are all contributing to the furbishing of the branch. We are hoping for this second stage of reconditioning will be over soon and we can obtain the educational license.”
The branch will specialize in medicine, natural sciences, engineering, and humanities, as explains its Executive Director Ozod Babomuradov, “The three-floor study building for 1,000 students is now 80 percent ready. The dormitory is 70 percent ready. As for the dorm, its first floor will welcome visiting lecturers from Russia, and the top three floors comprise 384 beds for incoming students.”
The main building, now almost completed, contains 10 lecture rooms and 20 labs and practice facilities. The second building consists of a gym, a medical simulation center, and a canteen.
Kazan University’s branch in Jizzakh will undoubtedly become one of the points of attraction in the already rapidly developing province of Uzbekistan.