Samarkand state university was founded in 1420

DEPARTMENTS Inorganic chemistry and materials science chair Department of socio-economical geography Department of Sport Pedagogical Skills Pedagogy and psychology of preschool education Chair of Methods of primary education Department of Botany Department of Information Technology Department of economics Chair of Theory and Methodology of Preschool Education Department of History of Classical Literature Department of General Physics Department History of Uzbekistan Department of Psychology Chair Mathematical analysis Department of Russian Linguistics Department of theory and methodic physicheskoy kultury Chair Geography Chair of Zoology Department of Methods of Optimal Control Department of Economics Chair of Labor Training Department of Uzbek Linguistics Chair of Optics Chair of Archeology Theory and practice of elementary education Chair Algebra in geometry Department of Russian and Foreign Literature Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Chair Hydrometeorology Department of Plant Physiology and Microbiology Department of Human and Animal Physiology and Biochemistry Chair of Mathematical Modeling and Complex Programming Human Resources Management and Business Department Engineering Graphics Chair Theory of Literature and Literature of the Period of Independence Chair of Solid State Physics Department of World History Chair of Pedagogy Chair of Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics Chair Russian language Chair Methods of teaching sports kinds Department of Ecology Department of Genetics and Biotechnology Chair organic and bioorganic chemistry Department of social sciences Department of Civil Society and National Idea Department of Music Education Department of Methods of Teaching Uzbek Language and Literature Department of Nuclear Physics Department of Historiography and Source Studies Department of Differential Equations Department English Chair of Life Safety Department of Analytical Chemistry Chair of Tajik Language and Literature Chair of Theoretical Physics and Quantum Electronics Department of Philosophy Department of Mathematical Physics and Functional Analysis Chair of Romano-Germanic Languages Physical chemistry of the department Chair Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

Head of the department

Babakulov Ismail Turkmanovich

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In 1958, the Department of the Russian Language in national groups was established on the basis of the Russian Language Department of SamSU, the purpose of which was to assist the special departments of the University in training teachers, researchers and highly qualified specialists for the national economy.

The first head of the department was A.I. Abrazheev, whose research interests were related to problems of comparative grammar of the Russian and Uzbek languages ​​and methods of teaching Russian in national groups.

Such experienced teachers worked at the department as A.A. Fuksman, A.P. Yakovlev, P.P. Grigoriev, S.I. Dugay, Z.A. Shugurova, A.S. Akopova, V.A. Vitovskaya, R.N. Tabaeva, R.K. Mamadzhanova, L.G. Barkaeva, V.N. Gorbenko, A.B. Babahodzhaev. 

A.N. Tikhonov, G.S. Choi, H.M. Ikramova began to work at the department

In 1963, became the head of the department Tsoi A.A. and among them R.M. Muminov.The research work of the department was connected not only with the methodology of teaching the Russian language in a non-Russian audience, but also with the problems of the modern Russian language.

The department maintained contact with universities in Moscow, Leningrad, Kiev, Tver, Yerevan, Baku and Tashkent.

In 1980, the department was divided into two departments: the department of the Russian language in the national groups of natural faculties, which was headed by Assoc. Schegolikhina V.I. and the department of the Russian language in the national groups of humanitarian faculties under the guidance of professor Tsoi A.A.

From 1983 to 1987, Ph.D theses were defended by A. A. Aliev (under the direction of prof. Dmitriev) and N.K. Birich (under the direction of V.M. Mokienko).

 In 1987, the department again opened. Then prof. Tsoi A.A.became the head of the department.

At the initiative of the department systematically conducted scientific and methodological conferences on this issue.

From 1990 to 2012, the department was headed by prof. A.S. Pardaev. In 1991, in Moscow at the Institute of the Russian Language, he successfully defended his doctoral thesis on the topic: “Reflected antonymy in the Russian language”. Prof. Pardaev A.S. led a large research work. He published about 100 scientific and educational works, four of them are monographs. Under his leadership, defended their theses Babakulov I.T., Latipov O.Zh., Kholmuradova F., Mamasoliev I.U. and others.

At the initiative of the department systematically scientific and methodological conferences on this issue were conducted. 

In 1992, after the reorganization, the department of the Russian language in national groups of SamSPI merged with the department of the Russian language in national groups of SamSU.

From 2012 to 2018, the head of the department was assistant Mamasoliev I.U. At this time, experienced teachers, who have a great teaching experience behind them, worked at the department: V.G. Smolyakov, R.N. Khasanova, doc. I.T. Babakulov E.I. Mamatova, S.Yu. Usmanov, G.Kh. Holmirzaeva etc.

Since December 2018, the department is headed by doc. I.T. Babakulov.The department has a methodical section. Nowadays 22 teachers work there. Teachers of the department do a great job of preparing and publishing manuals and developments, actively participate in international scientific conferences, publish articles in scientific collections, and improve their skills in various universities of the Republic and abroad.

The department maintains contacts with universities of the CIS countries, lyceums and colleges of the city and the Republic. At the department, teachers of schools and colleges in the region and the city undergo training, textbooks and teaching aids are published together.