Komi State pedagogical Institute
Komi State Pedagogical Institute is a higher education institution founded on November 18, 1931, to train teachers. Reorganized on February 14, 2013, as an affiliation with Syktyvkar State University. Among the first teachers were professors Vasily Lytkin and A. S. Sidorov, a total of seventeen teachers, including one professor, eight associate professors, five assistants, and three teachers.
At the end of 1931, the first set of applicants was recruited, and a total of one hundred and twenty-two students were accepted, of which: one hundred people for the first year, and twenty-two people for the second from those transferred to the institute from other higher educational institutions. The opening of the educational process took place on 21 February 1932, and the curricula of the institute at that time were drawn up for three years. The structure of the institute consisted of three departments: chemical and biological, physical and mathematical (technical), and social and literary, as well as nine general institute departments included in these departments.
- Institute of History and Law
- Institute of Natural Sciences
- Institute of Precision Sciences and Information Technology
- Institute of Humanities
- Institute of Social Technology
- Institute of Education and Psychology
- Institute of Culture and The Arts
- Institute of Economics and Finance
- Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship
- Institute of Continuing Education
- Institute of Individual Educational Programs
- College of Economics, Law and Informatics
Accommodation and Housing
Komi State Pedagogical Institute offers accommodation to its students. Rooms are fully furnished and consist of an apartment-like system with a two bed with an attached toilet. On each floor, there is a common hall and a common kitchen for cooking. On the ground floor, there is a gym cum recreation center including a table tennis table. Hostel rooms come furnished with beds, mattresses, pillows, blankets, two side tables, one cupboard per room, and one table and chair per room. Occupants get a weekly change of bed sheets and pillowcases. Hot water is available during designated hours. All rooms are centrally heated. A plumber, carpenter, and electrician are available on call.