Railway educational institutions in Irkutsk did not arise from scratch - it was a dictate of the time and current circumstances. In February 1910, the Tsar’s Mr. Auditor of educational institutions A. Lynchuksky reported to a high commission in St. Petersburg about the mandatory opening of a railway educational institution in Irkutsk, justifying this by the fact that graduates “come and go to work in such a distant suburb only under the condition a relatively high remuneration and then remain here until a place is opened, even with a lower salary, in European Russia. ”

Here is what Mr. Inspector writes in his report: “... most of such responsible posts as a locomotive driver and his assistant, road foreman, foreman, overseer telegraph, weight foreman and others are replaced on the road mainly by practitioners, the lack of technical education of which is often affects more or less major defects in practice. "

But the First World War happened, then the revolution, the Civil War with its colossal devastation throughout the country, and the Soviet party and government bodies returned to this question.

In June 1931, the Central Committee of the party at a regular meeting considered issues on the development of railways in Siberia. Following this, the East Siberian Party Regional Committee, relying on the decisions of the Central Committee, adopted its decisions on this issue. In one of the clauses of the final resolution, the members of the regional committee unanimously approved the decision to open a transport university in Irkutsk.



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