The objectives of the IET are to provi- de the communication industry of the Re- public with qualified personnel, who meet the international requirements and to de- velop skills of employees in communica- tion and information communications areas.
The Institute is a member of the de- velopment sector of International Electro communication Union (IEU), which inclu- des 194 countries around the world.
ITU defines the international devel- opment in the field of telecommunica- tions, broadcasting and informational technologies, and regulates issues of international radio frequencies usage. Employees and the students of the IET have access to the most modern know- edge in this field. There are three departments at the Institute:
- Radio electronics;
- Informational systems and technology in telecommunications.
Over 12 years, the Institute trains specia- lists for all telecommu- nication companies (\”Kyrgyztelekom\”, \”Beeline\”, \”Megacom\” and many others). Gradua- tes of the IET work as the heads in the state and private companies.
This new training complex comprises:
- laboratory training complex SOT- SBIU, which allows to carry out commu- nication operators networks modeling, to study signal systems and protocols in modern telecommunication networks
- interactive multimedia and vi- deo conference communication training rooms which allow to conduct lessons on the modern level, and to develop distant form of education
- Laboratory installations on mo- dern telecommunication nodes and digital broadcasting;
- High-speed optical access to the operators networks in order to study real situations on their interaction.
There is a student design bureau in the Institute. At this bureau students create various electronic devices laboratory stands, simultaneously acquiring needed practical skills for their future work with modern techniques.
Organization of training, scientific and internship activities are conducted on the basis of KSTU, JSC \”Kyrgyztelekom\” and other communication companies.
IET students have an opportunity to spend part of the learning process at the Moscow Technical University of Commu- nications and Informatics (MTUCI) and get double diplomas.
The Institute has close links with a num- ber of universities of the CIS countries in the field of telecommunications, including the Moscow Technical University of Communi- cations and Informatics and the St. Peter- sburg State University of Telecommunications named after Professor M.A. Bonch- Bruevich.