About the faculty

The Faculty of Physics of TNU is considered the main leading center of higher professional education in the field of physics in the Republic of Tajikistan. In order to train specialists in the field of physics, the leading place is occupied by the study of various aspects of the physical sciences. The Faculty of Physics acts as an integral structure of TNU for the implementation of the state policy of training highly qualified scientific and scientific-pedagogical personnel, the implementation of state programs and standards, provides stable and high-quality personnel to research institutions, general institutions, institutions of secondary and higher professional education, laboratories, enterprises and realized state and non-state organizations of the republic and beyond. From the moment of its foundation until today, the faculty has its position in society in the direction of training the best specialists in the field of physics. During the years of independence, with the increase in the number of higher vocational educational institutions, the entry of the Republic of Tajikistan into the international educational space, the emergence of competition in the field of educational services, the status and title of the teaching staff did not decrease, according to the national values of the state during the period of independence, labor market norms were developing. The faculty has 10 departments (9 specialized), 30 educational laboratories, 1 scientific laboratory, 2 computer classes, 10 scientific clubs for students of the departments, 3 scientific clubs for professors and an Olympic team.

  • general physics;
  • physics of solids;
  • theoretical physics;
  • nuclear physics;
  • optics and spectroscopy;
  • physical electronics;
  • astronomy;
  • cleaning machines, systems and networks;
  • meteorology and climatology;
  • methods of teaching physics;

The faculty prepares a bachelor’s specialists in 7 areas: (1-31040103-physics (profession: physicist. Lecturer of physics and computer science), 1-02050405-Astronomy (profession: Astronomer. Reason of astronomy and physics), 1-3102010209-hydrometeorology and climatology (specialty : specialist hydrometeorologist), 1-54010104 – Metrology, standardization and certification (light industry) (profession: engineer), 1-40020100 – Computers, systems and networks (profession: System technician), 1-31040200 – Radiophysics and electronics (profession: Electronics engineer), 1-33010300-Radioecology (profession: Engineer for radiation safety of humans and the environment), there is also a level of specialization: Doctor of Philosophy PhD, specialty candidate of physical and mathematical sciences, doctor of Physics and Mathematics specialty (6D0606400 Physics), 1 specialty candidate of physical and mathematical sciences, doctor of PhD in specialty (6D0605400 nuclear physics), trains specialists.Training in the educational groups of the faculty is conducted in two languages: Tajik and Russian.
To provide the educational process with equipment and information and communication technologies and conduct research work, the faculty has installed 57 educational computers, 8 computers in classrooms, 7 electronic boards with video projectors, 36 printers, which serves teachers and students to popularize educational, scientific and methodological activities. Of the faculty’s 57 computers, 40 are connected to the Internet. Currently, 68 teachers work in 10 departments of the faculty, of which 12 doctors of science, professors, 41 candidates of science, associate professors and 15 assistants are involved in the promotion of educational and methodological activities. It is worth noting that 78% of faculty members have an academic degree. There are currently 826 students studying at the faculty (of which 594 students are studying full-time and 233 students are studying in the correspondence (distance) department, 6 masters, 6 doctoral students, of which 423 students are studying in undergraduate groups (of which 154 students are studying part-time ( distance learning form) and 403 students study in contract groups (79 students in the correspondence department 7 (distance) department. There are 2 foreign citizens at the faculty, 2 students of the faculty study abroad.
In total, 838 students and masters are studying at the faculty, including 638 boys (526 full-time students and 105 part-time (distance) students and 200 girls (68 full-time and 132 part-time (distance) students). There are 33 students studying under the quota of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, of which 15 are boys and 18 are girls. At the faculty, the educational process in the full-time department is organized in accordance with the requirements of the undergraduate and graduate curricula. Of the 826 students of the faculty (594 full-time and 233 part-time (distance)), the ratio of students by specialty is as follows:

1-31040103 – physics, 270 students (52 in the Russian group), (153 in
full-time education and 117 part-time (distance) education);
1-02050405 – astronomy 111 students (67 full-time students
department and 44 degrees in correspondence (distance) education);
1-31 02010209 – hydrometeorology and climatology, 51 students (51 per
full-time education);
1-54010104 – metrology, standardization and certification (easy
industry) 117 students (117 full-time students);
1-40020100 – Computers, complexes, systems and networks 72
students (72 full-time students);
1-31040200 – radiophysics and electronics 156 students (84 full-time
form of education and 72 correspondence (distance) form of education);
1-33 010300 – radioecology 50 students (50 full-time
The implementation of this program is aimed at developing the quality of education and training, strengthening the material and technical base and human resources of the faculty, improving the state of testing and adapting the educational process to the requirements of modern standards, and helps to improve the status of the faculty.