Tashkent State Transport University and its subdivisions have provided equal rights and opportunities for both men and women, ensuring a fair and unbiased working environment.

During employment at the HEI, equal rights for both men and women are guaranteed in recruitment, staff placement, and the creation of equal working conditions. Currently, the HEI employs a total of 1,649 employees, of which 733 (44%) are women.

Currently, there are 15 heads of departments, of whom 8 (53 %) are women, deputy deans – 37, of whom 7 (19 %) are women, heads of departments – 42, of whom 7 (18 %) are women, teaching staff – 666, of whom 180 (37 %) are women. Total number of full-time students – 9502, of which 959 (10 %) are female students.

Equal opportunities have been established, including employment guarantees for pregnant women and women with children. Benefits granted to women in determining the procedure for annual leave, maternity leave, and the termination of employment contracts concluded with pregnant women and women with children are unconditionally applied.

The university conducts a systematic anonymous survey on compliance with labour legislation to determine and assess the state of social protection of employees.

In addition, it is recommended to use modern time management models for effective planning of the workday.

The Advisory Council for Equal Rights and Opportunities for Women and Men was established in accordance with University Order No. 16-U of 11 January 2024.

The Council’s primary objective is to enhance the socio-economic and political participation of working women. This includes increasing women’s legal knowledge and protecting their legitimate interests. The Council also aims to promote women’s legal culture and provide assistance in studying and resolving issues.

Promoting a culture of gender equality

A set of materials has been prepared on Act No. O’RQ-562, which guarantees equal rights and opportunities for women and men. The materials aim to explain the essence and significance of the Act, which regulates relations in the area of gender equality. Regular information and awareness-raising activities are held to convey the nature and importance of legal advocacy work to staff.