Инженерно-технический факультет

Faculty of Engineering and Technology

Mission of the Faculty

The mission of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology is to improve the educational process in the direction of improving the quality of education and providing vocational training to meet the needs of society and the labor market in qualified, competitive engineering and technical workers in the field of agricultural production and in highly qualified scientific and pedagogical personnel with general cultural, general professional and professional competencies, socially responsible, creatively carrying out professional activities.

History of the Faculty.

The Faculty of Engineering and Technology is one of the major faculties of the Kyrgyz National Agrarian University named after. K.I. Scriabin. Initially, the faculty (until 1993) was called the Faculty of Agricultural Mechanization, which was created by the decision of the USSR Ministry of Agriculture in 1952, with a recruitment of 50 people. It was the first engineering faculty in Kyrgyzstan, the faculty of a technical profile. Initially, in 1950, as a specialty of agricultural mechanization, he was a member of the Irrigation Faculty. To conduct classes at the faculty, teachers of the department "Mechanization and electrification of agriculture" that existed at the institute Kuznetsov A.I., Shmelev F.P. were invited. and Larioshin F.N., teachers of the automotive technical school Spekhalsky V.E. and Toropov A.M., and in 1951 from Alma-Ata - associate professors Podsevalov M.P. and Tasbulatov Kh.T. All of them became active organizers of the new faculty, each of them had to conduct several disciplines to organize the faculty. In addition, scientists and experienced specialists from the Kyrgyz State University (Prof. Bykov Ya.V. and others), industrial enterprises, the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic, the SSBC for cotton from Tashkent (Ph.D. Krzhemanevsky V.S.) and others.


International cooperation is an important factor in the development of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, advanced training of teachers, graduate students and students, and in general has an impact on the educational process.

During the reporting period, agreements on creative cooperation were concluded between the Faculty of Engineering and Technology of KNAU and the Ege University (Turkey), with the Faculty of Engineering of the Kazakh National Agrarian University, with the Polytechnic Faculty of the West Kazakhstan Agrotechnical University. Zhangirkhan, with the Faculty of Engineering and Technology of the Kazakh State Agrotechnical University. Seifulin, with the Kazakh National Research Technical University. K. Satpaeva, Moscow State University named after V.P. Goryachkin (Russia), Academic Innovation University of Shymkent (Kazakhstan), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Japan, the Faculty works in close contact with KSTU named after I. Razzakov, KRSU named after . Yeltsin, KGUSTA them. N. Isanova, OshTU and NSU.

The Faculty of Engineering and Technology is a member of the Russian-Kyrgyz Consortium of Technical Universities. Coordinator, professor Temirbekov Zh.T. The structure includes more than 30 Russian technical universities and more than 10 universities of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Within the framework of the Russian-Kyrgyz Consortium of Technical Universities, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology closely cooperates with the Kostroma State Agricultural Academy, the Chelyabinsk State Academy of Arts, the Volgograd State Agricultural University and other universities of the consortium. Within the framework of the Russian-Kyrgyz consortium, an agreement was concluded with the Kostroma State Agricultural Academy on cooperation in the field of educational, scientific, social, career guidance activities in order to develop the needs of the individual in intellectual, cultural and moral education through higher education, including through academic mobility of students and teachers, network implementation of educational programs, implementation of joint projects related to the field of cooperation in the field of educational, scientific, social, career guidance activities.

Every year we send more than 10 students to the Kostroma State Agricultural Academy for training.

Since 2012, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology has been cooperating through the GIZ with the Vocational Education in Central Asia Project. The staff of the faculty participated in many events of the Project, both on a national and regional scale, aimed at improving the qualifications and building the creative potential of the personality of a teacher of vocational training in the context of the internationalization of the educational space.

Since 2018, the project has begun recruiting individual faculty members as specialist trainers and guide writers for training tutor initiatives for Central Asia.


– Equipped conference room 317m. Grant under the line of the “German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ)” “Professional education in Central Asia”. The total cost of the project is 1,139.9 som.

Through GIZ, cooperation continues through the fifth line of the PECA V Project, which continues to support reforms in the vocational education systems of the CA partner countries. One of the aspects of the work within the framework of the PECA V Project is the support for peer learning between project partner countries on issues related to the modernization of national vocational education systems.

The PECA V project provides resources for the organization of regional conferences with the participation of experts from ministries, companies and business associations, as well as educational institutions of partner countries. Cross-border learning partnerships, also called tandems, are another tool for mutual learning and experience sharing.

The Faculty of Engineering and Technology at the institutional level will form a tandem with the partner country and will begin to work on a topic important for the reform of vocational education: contribution to the reform of the KR VET in the chosen aspect, promotion of mutual learning, creation of a platform for joint work, transfer of knowledge and experience in preparation for introduction of individual training, development of training programs based on professional standards, advanced training of teachers, masters of industrial training and mentors at the enterprise; development of the PDA, etc.

Faculty members will begin to implement the initiatives of the PECA Project on educational materials from open educational resources in order to modernize and enrich the KNAU electronic library fund. K.I.Scriabin.

The Faculty of Engineering and Technology conducts research work on the JICA project. Under the guidance of Doctor of Technical Sciences, professors Temirbekov Zh.T., Sultanaliev B., faculty members, associate professors: Toktonaliev B.S., Melis u. D., Baydolotov Sh.K., Art. teacher Tezekbaev T.S. in cooperation with the JICA project (Japan) developed