Industrial Institutes

Industrial Institutes

 

institutions that prepare engineers for various sectors of the economy. In 1972 there were six industrial institutes in the USSR: the Arsenichev Dneprodzerzhinsk (founded in 1967), Kramatorsk (1963), NoriPsk Evening (1961), Pavlodar (1960), Tiumen’ (1963), and Ukhta (1967) institutes.

The training of engineers in the industrial institutes is conducted in day, evening, and correspondence courses. The length of study is five years, six years if the student does not leave his job while studying. Graduates, after successfully completing their diploma projects, are granted such qualification ratings as mechanical engineer, metallurgical engineer, thermal-energy engineer, electrical engineer, construction engineer, and engineer-economist.

The Tiumen’ Industrial Institute has been granted the right to accept candidates’ dissertations for defense.

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Finally, there were agricultural and industrial institutes at Katpadi, ea ch with branches for men and boys and women and girls.

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