Dean Uzbek philology faculty::

Bobojonov Farhod Qurbonbaevich

61 223 72 85
farxod.7272@mail.ru
http://uzphil.karsu.uz

The  departments  of  the faculty:

  1. Department of Uzbek linguistics
  2. Uzbek  philology  department
  3. Department of kazakh languages and filology
  4. Department of turkman languages and filology 

 

 

About the faculty

In 1992 Karakalpak State University established Turkmen Philology and in 1994 Uzbek Philology and Kazakh Philology. These directions together with the Karakalpak philology were part of the Philology faculty and later the Faculty of Foreign Languages. In 2008, the faculty of Uzbek philology was established on the basis of Uzbek, Kazakh and Turkmen philology. Dean of the faculty F.Bobojonov (2008-2011), H.Abdullaev (2011-2018), O.Duysenbaev (2018-2019). Currently the faculty is headed by Ph.D., Associate Professor F.Bobojonov.

As part of the faculty of Uzbek philology, there are three undergraduate education programs. These are:

5120100 – Philology and Teaching Languages ​​(Uzbek)

5120100 – Philology and Teaching Languages ​​(Turkmen)

5120100 – Philology and Teaching Languages ​​(Kazakh)

There are four departments in charge of educational directions:

The Uzbek linguistics

The Uzbek language and literature (the head is I. Kurbanbaev)

Turkmen Language and Literature (Head Doctor of Philology O.Geyleeva)

Kazakh Language and Literature (Head of department J. Sharipova)

At the faculty of the Uzbek philology work Ch.Chariev, deputy dean for academic affairs, and G. Urazbaev, deputy dean for youth affairs.

 At present there are 39 professors and 7 technicians in the main staff of the faculty of Uzbek philology. Two of the professors are doctors of science, 14 are PhD and associate professors. There are 10 professors and teachers in the staff of the department of Uzbek linguistics, 4 of them have scientific degrees and their percentage is 40.0%. The main staff of the department of the Uzbek language and literature is 18 professors, 8 of them are teachers with a scientific degree of 44.4%. At the chair of the Turkmen language and literature there are 6 teaching staff, 2 of them with scientific degrees and 33.3% of teachers. At the department of the Kazakh language and literature there are 5 teaching staff, 2 of them with scientific degrees and 40.0%. Currently, the faculty has 661 undergraduate majors. The contingent of bachelors in the faculty of Uzbek philology is as follows:

5120100 – Philology and language teaching: 410 students study in Uzbek philology

5120100 – Philology and language teaching: 171 students study in Turkmen philology

5120100 – Philology and language teaching: A total of 80 students study in Kazakh philology.

The chairs of the faculty are also responsible for the preparation of the following master’s specialties:

There are 11 undergraduates majoring in 5A 120101 – Literary Studies (Uzbek Literature).

There are 12 undergraduates majoring in 5A 120102 – Linguistics (Uzbek language).

There are 3 undergraduates majoring in 5A 120102 – Linguistics (Kazakh language).

4 undergraduates majoring in 5A 120102 – Linguistics (Turkmen).

 

The faculty of Uzbek philology is located on the 4th floor of the university’s 2 building.