1990-1991 – Student, Preadmission Department, Samarkand Agricultural Institute;
1991-1995 – Student, Samarkand Agricultural Institute;
1996-1999 – PhD student, Samarkand Agricultural Institute;
1996-1998 – Agronomist, Katta turk cooperative farm, Samarkand province;
1998-1999 – Chief Specialist, Agroindustry Complex, Samarkand Provincial Economic Department;
1999-2001 – Head of the Department, Research Center of Plant Protection and Agrochemistry, Chelak district, Samarkand;
2001 – 2008 – Assistant professor, Department of Plant Production, Samarkand Agricultural Institute;
2008 – 2010 – Associate professor, Department of Plant Production, Samarkand Agricultural Institute;
2010 – 2013 – Head, Department o Plant Production, Samarkand Agricultural Institute;
2013 – 2018 – Dean, Faculty of Agronomy, Samarkand Agricultural Institute;
2018 – 2019 – Dean, Faculty of Agronomy, Samarkand Veterinarian Medicine Institute;
2020 – to date – Head, Department of Fruit and Viticulture, Samarkand State University.
The Faculty of Agro-biotechnology and Food Security was established in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The department of fruit growing, viticulture and vegetable growing carries out its activities as part of the faculty.
The department provides training in the areas of Bachelor's degree:
5411000 – Fruit growing and viticulture, 5411600 – Vegetable growing, melon growing and potato growing, 5411700 – Organization and maintenance of a greenhouse economy, and there is also a Master's degree, where specialties are trained in specialties 5A411003 –Vine growing and primary processing of grapes, 5A411701 – Protected fruit and vegetable growing.
There are eight Professors-Lectures, including four Prof.,Doctors of Sciences, four Ph.D. They are successfully working as one team like one family at the department of fruit growing, viticulture and vegetable growing at the present time.
This department on the basis of a cooperation agreement, conducts joint Scientific Research with the Samarkand Scientific Station of the Research Institute of Horticulture, Viticulture and Winemaking, as well as with the Samarkand branch of the Uzbek Research Institute of Vegetable, Melons and Potatoes.
The Department of Fruit Growing, Viticulture and Vegetable Growing in the 2020-2021 Academic year, it is going to plan to publish three textbooks and six teaching aids.
Training programs at the department:
• Vegetable growing
• Scientific Research methods in vegetable growing
• Technology for growing rare vegetable crops
• Fruit and viticulture
• Vegetable growing in greenhouses
• Potato growing
• Vegetable growing and melon growing
• Fruit nursery
• Intensive fruit growing
• Fruit growing
• Organization and management of greenhouse facilities
• Research methods in greenhouse horticulture
• Greenhouse fruit growing
• Modern technology of growing vegetables and melons in greenhouses
• Modern technology for growing seedlings of fruit crops in greenhouses
• Structures, equipment and operation of protected ground
• Modern technology of growing flower crops in greenhouses
• Modern technology of growing citrus crops in greenhouses
• Scientific research methods in viticulture
• Modern technology of storage and primary processing of grapes
• Grape nursery
• Intensive technology of growing grapes
• Growing grapes on a personal plot
• Modern technology for the use of fertilizers in the cultivation of grapes
•Ampelography of grapes
•Modern technology of growing grapes on dry land
•Features of growing grapes in mountainous and foothill areas
• Modern technology of drying grapes