Articles of Association


Alumni Association in TSTU

Tashkent State transport University is one of the oldest higher educational institutions in Uzbekistan and Central Asia and consists of a program of Education based on large research laboratories and experimental farms and a combination of high scientific research.
From the date of its founding in 1931, the University fulfilled the educational mission and met the highest requirements of the period.
In the organization of the University, in the organization of education, the employees of public education-jadidists, public, regional administration took an active part, later the founding meeting of the Society of lawyers of Tashkent higher educational institutions was also added. In 1930, under the management of the Tashkent railway in Tashkent, there were courses for training and retraining engineer-technicians in a narrow specialty, a traction-operation department called “NKPS courses”.
From 1 September 1931, under the order of the Central Asian Railway Directorate, these courses were transferred to the full responsibility of Sazit together with the teaching and administrative staff, whose director was A.F.Was Wilder. In August 1931, the first enrollment of students was announced, resulting in 125 being admitted to the first student body of railroad workers. The teaching staff of sasiit was initially formed from the staff of the courses, specialists of the Krasnovostochny plant railway node, teachers of the Central Asian State University who worked part-time and hourly. The scientific council included teachers, employees of the Central Asian Railway Administration, the plant and other public organizations. In the academic year 1931/1932, 35 permanent teachers worked in Sasit. Among them, the first organizers of the institute were M.Ya.Botolov, Yu.Goltsman, W.Dimushin, M.Egorov, A.Zinovieva, A.Kraft, S.Novokreshchenov, Nurmuhamedov, M.Strusewicz, T.Ram, V .Kapustin, X. Khojaev, D. Zaglyadimov, A. Tsenin, N. Pisarev, A. Suvorov, E. Jacob et al. The base plant for classes, railway sections of the junction of the Tashkent City, was Central Asia. State University. Student residences are located in different districts of Tashkent City. In November 1931, The Railway Department of Saziit was created, at the same time at the meeting of the Educational Council of the institute, it was decided to organize branches of the Institute in Ashgabat, Krasnovodsk, Olma-Ota and Orenburg, the main workers. school and its branches. In 1931, the organizational structure of the institute was determined, which consisted of: Directorate; 4 departments – “mechanical”, “operational”, “Puteyskoye” and ” personnel retraining”; 10 departments-Railways, rolling stock, Applied Mechanics, imaging methods, materials strength, Mathematics, Social Sciences, Political Economy, German language, physics and chemistry; Scientific Council and library of the Institute. Until 1933, the divisions of the institute were called departments, the head of the institute – director. In 1933, the departments were changed to faculties and the director to head. In 1934, the first graduation of one hundred and twenty-four railway engineers in three specializations took place
In the modern world with high competition, new forms of educational stimulation are necessary. The Alumni Association is called upon to address this acute problem. Successful graduates are carriers of their traditions, maintaining the prestige of the University and at the same time providing a generational connection. Based on the above, taking into account the experience of the world’s leading universities, the initiative group of TSTU graduates is called The Tashkent State transport University Alumni Association (graduates of TSTU), then the Association.
The association is a voluntary community organization, established to carry out joint activities determined by common interests to coordinate and support communication and cooperation between graduates and the University.


1.1. The Alumni Association of Tashkent State transport University (TSTU) (next referred to as the Association) is a voluntary public organization formed without the establishment of a legal entity in order to carry out joint activities determined by common interests.
1.2. The association conducts its activities on the principles of equal rights, self-governance, volunteerism, openness and democracy of its members.
1.3. The main areas of activity of the association are adopted at the general meeting of the TSTU Alumni Association (referred to as the general meeting at the next place) and consolidated in this charter.
1.4. The official full name of the association is: “Tashkent State transport University Alumni Association”.


2.1. The main objectives of the association include:

Strengthening the corporate spirit among TSTU students and graduates of all generations, promoting alumni solidarity, their self-awareness and sociability;

preserving and strengthening university traditions, increasing the prestige of the TSTU in the international community;

encouraging graduates to stay in touch with the University and the alumni community;

improving the intellectual potential of tdtu graduates and the effectiveness of the use of University opportunities in the training and retraining of personnel required by the labor market.

combine the efforts of graduates who are able to contribute to the development of the University.
2.2. The association solves the following tasks to achieve its goals:

creates an information and communication environment to ensure the continuous communication of graduates with and between the University;

TSTU and its graduates contribute to the expansion of social, pedagogical, scientific and business relations between members of the Association;

represents the University in a worthy way in the professional community;

as a recognized leader of the communications and telecommunications sector, which guarantees high-quality education, trains professionals in high demand in the labor market, tdtu increases its prestige;

The association assists members in professional retraining and professional development in Tdtu, organizations and scientific institutions in Uzbekistan and abroad;

promotes the development of effective forms and technologies for the organization of the educational process and scientific research;

Tdtu is assisted in vocational guidance, recruitment, distribution and employment of tdtu graduates.

The development of the social partnership of the TDTU promotes the coordination and implementation of the mutual interests of employers, state and local authorities, educational institutions, public organizations;

Promotes the development of additional professional education at TDTU;

Creates and/or develops new collective forms of information, legal and advertising services for the association;
Creates conditions for the implementation of scientific and technical ideas that are directly related to the members of the association;

Helps to hold meetings with tdtu graduates;

Tdtu promotes the establishment of Educational, Scientific and business relations between enterprises of Uzbekistan and foreign countries;

The Association recommends its members for election to the Tdtu Board of Trustees;

tdtu cooperates with the Board of Trustees in solving common tasks for its support in the activities and development of the University.

Chapter 3. Members of the association, their rights and obligations.

3.1. Associate members may be graduates of any year of TSTU.
3.2. The association may be joined by individuals and legal entities participating in its activities, participating in the work of the TSTU Alumni Association – Public Associations. Interest in the joint solution of the tasks set before the Association, the desire to enter the Association is formalized by the individual application of the graduate. Members of the TSTU Alumni Association – individuals and legal entities – public associations have equal rights and obligations.
3.3.Members of the Association have the following rights:
One vote at all general meetings of the TSTU Alumni Association, election time and working meetings; associate members decide by ballot;

Participation in all events and activities of the association;

Obtaining information and other materials of the association, information about the decisions of the Association’s governing bodies and planned activities;

the use of scientific, methodological, information and other materials prepared by the Association in its activities;

the transfer of voluntary donations for the purposes of the Association established and enshrined in the Charter on the basis of the agreement on voluntary charity.

3.4. Members of the Association have the following obligations:

To carry the name of the graduate of TSTU honestly and deservedly;

Active contribution to the implementation of the goals and objectives of the association;

Participation in events held by decision of the general meeting and Council of the association;

Compliance with the Charter of the association and timely implementation of the decisions of the governing bodies of the Association;

Timely notification of changes in home and work address, telephone numbers, workplace and position to the Union Council;

Providing advice and other assistance to carry out the activities of the association;

Carrying out work to popularize the practical results of the activities of the association;

Fulfillment of other obligations arising from this regulation.
3.5. The issue of admission to and from union membership is decided by a written application to the Union Council.
3.6. If a member’s activities conflict with the goals and objectives set by the statute, the membership of any member of the association may be terminated by the Union Council.


4.1. The governing bodies of the TSTU Alumni Association are: the general meeting of the TSTU Alumni Association, the president of the TSTU Alumni Association (referred to as President Next), The Alumni Association council (referred to as the Association council next) .
4.2. The supreme governing body of the association is the general meeting of the Alumni Association.
4.3. In the period between general meetings, the governing body of the Association is the Association Council.
4.4. The members of the Union Council are elected for a term of three years. Their powers may be terminated prematurely by decision of the Union Council.
4.5. The Alumni Association Board sets its own structure and rules of business.
4.6. The Alumni Association Board elects the Association’s vice president (or vice-presidents), the association’s executive director, from among its members.
4.7. The Presidium of the Alumni Association includes: President, Vice Presidents, Executive Director.
4.8. The general meeting of the TSTU Alumni Association meets at least once a year. The time and place of holding the general meeting, as well as the agenda, are determined by the Association Board.
4.9. The Council of association carries out the following functions:
organizes the call;
Convenes the general meeting of the Alumni Association;
Provides the general meeting with an annual report on the activities of the Association;
in between general meetings, he regularly informs about his work and the activities of the Association through public communication channels;
The association organizes and holds conferences, meetings and meetings on topics;
Awards union members for outstanding achievements in the implementation of the plans of the association and the solution of tasks; – solves other issues in accordance with the approved work plan.
4.10. The president of the association is elected by the General Assembly for a term of five years. The president performs the following functions:
Carries out general leadership in the activities of the association;
represents union interests in central and local public authorities and community organizations;
The association leads and organizes the work of the council;
Convening meetings of the Union Council;
TSTU chairs the general meeting of the Alumni Association;
4.11. In the absence of the president of the association, his duties are performed by the vice-president (one of the vice-presidents).
4.12. The vice president is elected by the TSTU Alumni Association board for a term of three years. The Association Board defines the scope of the vice president’s duties in accordance with the scope of the Association’s activities and activities.

Chapter 5. Final rules

5.1. Disputes and disagreements related to the implementation of this rule are resolved peacefully or resolved in the manner prescribed by the court.
5.2. The reorganization and liquidation of the association is carried out by the University Council in the manner prescribed by law.
5.3. Persons guilty of violating the requirements of this regulation are liable in accordance with the legislation.