Egamberdiev Farhod To‘xtayevich
Sport of the Faculty,
1997-2002 - employee of the Nature Protection Committee of the Kashkadarya region.
2002-2006 - Bachelor's degree at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of the National University of Uzbekistan.
2006-2009 - senior teacher at the sergeant training school of the South-Western Special Military District, cycle of the history of Uzbekistan
2009-2011 - Master's student at the Department of Sports Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, National University of Uzbekistan.
2010-2011 - teacher at the Medical College named after P.F. Borovsky, Tashkent
2011-2012 - Lecturer at the Department of General Education Sciences, Karshi State University
2012-2022 - Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs of the Faculty of Physical Culture, Karshi State University.
From 2022 to the present, he is the Dean of the Sports Faculty of Karshi State University.
The Faculty of Sports began its activity in 1965 as a department within the Faculty of Natural Sciences. This department was transformed into the Faculty of Physical Culture in 1971. From 2023, the name of the faculty was changed to the Faculty of Sports.
During the previous period, Sh. Kurbanov, Y. Khudoyberdiyev, G. Salikhov, N. Jalilov, Sh. Sultanov, F. Kakhorov, F. Eshpolatov, J. Khurramov worked as deans at the faculty. From October 2022, F. Egamberdiyev, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in psychology works as the dean of the faculty.
The faculty has 2 departments: Department of Theory and Methodology of Physical Culture and Department of Sports Activities.
The faculty team conducts its activities in accordance with the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On Education".
61010300 - sports activities (volleyball, football, athletics, judo, wrestling)
The faculty has many famous athletes, including Tashpolatova Shokhsanam, winner of 3 bronze medals in swimming at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
7-time Uzbekistan judo champion, Asian champion (2018), winner of the Asia-Oceania international tournament held in Kazakhstan. , the son of Karomatov Davurkhan Fazil, silver medalist of the Tokyo-2020 Paralympic competition.
15-time champion of Uzbekistan in athletics, participant of the Asian and World Championships, silver medalist of the Paralympic Games Hamrokulov Jaloliddin, winner of the Karate World Cup, multiple Asian champion Sofia Kaspulatova
National two-time world champion in wrestling Bahrom Avazov, multiple Asian champions among women in national wrestling, participants of the world championship Abdurahimova Dilafroz, Donaeva Dinara, Eshtemirova Sahibalar, participants of the judo Olympic games Mukhtorov Alisher, Farmonov Mirzohid, world judo champions Cup participant, grand prix winner Soyib Kurbanov, Asian champion in judo Dilfuza Temirova, members of the Uzbekistan national football team Filiposyan Artyom, Toraev Kenja, Suyunov Eldor, Azamov Sherzodlar, world youth champion in Greco-Roman wrestling Ergashev Elbek, winner of the Asian Championship Turdiev Jahongir, 2016 Rio de Norov Sirojiddin, a participant of the Paralympic Games held in Janeiro, Amanova Ranokhan, Amilov Farhodbeklar, a participant of the Olympic Games in Swimming, Egamberdieva Farangiz, a participant of the Karate World Championship, and Kenjaev Davronlar, a participant of the World Weightlifting Championship, studied. At the Universiade sports competitions held among the students of the Republic of Uzbekistan, students of the faculty won prizes in a number of sports. In particular, Botaev Muhriddin and Saidov Rustam in judo and Abraev Davlatlar in national wrestling won gold medals.
Currently, the faculty includes Amilova Fatimakhan, the gold medalist in swimming at the 2016 Paralympic Games held in Rio de Janeiro, Tojiev Azizbek Khusnidin,
The son of the Asian Boxing Games champion, Normo'minov Arnold, the winner of the Asian National Wrestling Championship held in Thailand
The bronze medalist of the World National Wrestling Championship. Ergashova Filura,
Asian Ju-Do champion Kholmurodova Farangiz,
Asian Championship bronze medalist Murtazaev Nurbek,
World Youth Championship winner Yuldoshev Dilshod, Asian and Central Asian karate champion, winner of a number of international tournaments, bronze medalist of the First CIS Games Egamberdieva Bonu,
Davronov Rakhimjon, the Asian champion in football among 23-year-olds, and the winners and prize-winners of the championships of Asia and our Republic in a number of other sports. Currently, the football team "Lochin" has been established in our university. Students of our faculty are playing in this team. We are happy that our team won the 2022 Kashkadarya Cup.