“TASHKENT INSTITUTE OF IRRIGATION AND AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION ENGINEERS” NATIONAL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY proud youth. We congratulate the talents of our university and wish them great success in their future lives.
According to the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, on the thirty-first anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan, a group of science, education, healthcare, sports, literature, culture, art, and mass media employees were awarded.
The website of our university (tiame.uz) has risen to 3648 th place in the world and took the 1st place in our Republic due to the results of Summer Evaluation of the current year's Webometrics Ranking of World Universities.
International students thrive at the “TIIAME” NRU. At both the undergraduate and graduate level, they come from 20+ countries, representing a highly diverse community. More than one-tenth of our international students are undergraduates.
International students study at "Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers" National Research University in the undergraduate specialties and Master specialties as well. They come from over 20 countries, representing a diverse community. More than one tenth of our international students are senior students.
Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers was established as the faculty of Melioration Engineering of the Department of Hydrotechnics from the faculty of Technics in Turkistan State University in 1923. 24 agronomist and 16 engineers of hydromelioration firstly graduated from the institute in 1923.
Having founded the faculties of Construction of Mechanics and Water Resources on the base of the faculty of Melioration Engineering, the Institute of polytechnics and irrigation of cotton-growing was established. Demand of the Republic for the professionals of agriculture and water resources was met by the foundation of the Institute. Meanwhile, the organization of land and water reforms and the further development of irrigation and agriculture in Central Asia required an integral technical educational mechanization.