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Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020038-6 CLASSIFICATION S-E-C-R--E-T SECRET, SECURITY INFORMATION CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY INFORMATION FROM FOREIGN DOCUMENTS OR RADIO BROADCASTS REPORT CD NO. COUNTRY USSR l DATE OF INFORMATION 1951 SUBJECT Sociological - Education, railroad technica schools Transportation - Railroad, schools DATE DIST. 3/Oct 1951 HOW PUBLISHED WHERE PUBLISHED DATE PUBLISHED Thrice-weekly newspaper Moscow 18 Jul 1951 LANGUAGE REPORT THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS INFORMATION AFFECTING THE NATIONAL DEFENSE ITS TRANSMISSION OR THE REVELATION ENTS U. S. THE SI AND 11'AS AMENDED. THE ER TO PRO HI MITE D. IS PRO A CO BY NTL W. I REPRODUANY OF THIS FORM AUTHOISRIZED RAILROAD SCHOOLS BEGIN ENROLLMEh.T Lev 2-YEAR. DIVISIONS. 1951 - 1952 The Main Administration of. Educational Institutions of the Ministry of Transportation has announced the opening of enrollment in the 2-year divisions of its railroad-transport tekhnikums (specialized secondary technical schools) for the 1951 - 1952 schoci year. The 2-year divisions train railroad trans- port technicians. Persons 23-40 years of age, with not less than a seventh-grade education, who have had at least 3 years) experience in their specialty, and who can pass entrance examinations in the USSR Constitution, Russian language and litera- ture and mathematics, are eligible for enrollment. Railroad employees must send their applications through their immediate superiors to the head of their railroad system; employees of institutions and enterprises subordinate to the Ministry of Transportation must send their appli- cations to the head of their respective main administration of the ministry. All applications must contain the following documents: certificate of education, work references, autobiography, birth certificate or identity card (presented in person), three photographs, record of draft status, and health record issued by a medical institution. Persons enrolled will be paid a salary during the course of training tt3 months corresponding to their average earnings during helast hs oft emploemploy- ment (not exceeding 790 rubles per month), by the ila assigning them. A comparison of the 1950 announcement, which appeared in Gudok, 11. August 1950, with the present announcement of the ministry reveals that 2-year divi- sions for the training of railroad transport technicians have been added to the Moscow Railroad-Transport Tekhnikums imeni Oktyabr'skaya Revolyutsiya and imeni F. E. Dzerzhtnskiy, and have been dropped from the Moscow Planning and. Financing and the Brest-Litovsk tekhnikums, Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020038-6 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020038-6 SECRET S -E-C -R-E-T Other changes involved the adding or dropping of specialties taught. The Akmolinsk Railroad-Transport Tekhnikum added the.specialty of steam locomotives; the Sverdlovsk added the specialty of construction of civilian and technical buildings; the Leningrad Tekhnikum imeni F. E. Dzerzhinsky added the specialty of subway electromechanical equipment, and the Moscow Tekhnikum imeni A. A. Andreyev dropped the specialty of electric power supply for electric railroads. The Kiev Electromechanical Tekhnikum dropped its specialty of railroad tele- phone-telegraph communications, added that. of signaling, centralized control of switches and signals, and operation of block signals, while the Khar'kov Rail- road-Transport Tekhni.kum dropped the latter specialty. At the Tashkent Electro- mechanical Tekhnikum, the specialty of steam locomotives is now being taught instead of that of diesel locomotives. A list of tekhnikums offering 2-year courses for the traning of railroad transport technicians, giving location, specialties taught, and address, follows. 1. Akmelinsk -- Steam locomotives and traffic and freight operations. Akmolinsk, Karaganda Railraod System. 2. Alatyr' -- Railroad cars. Ala+?yr-', Pervomayskaya ulitsa, 50. 3. Alma-Ata -- Railroad cars and traffic and freight operations. Alma- Ata, ulitsa Dzhambula, 92. 4. Velikiye Luki -- Railroad cars. Velikiye Luki, Pervomayskaya ulitsa, 5. Vil'nyus -- Steam locomotives and traffic and freight operations. Vil'nyus, ulitsa Mindaugo, 20. 6. Voronezh -- Steam locomotives. Voronezh, Studencheskaya ulitsa, 18. 7. Dzaudzhikau -- Traffic and freight operations. Dzaudzhikau, North Osetian ASSR, technical village behind the railroad car repair plant. 8. Dnepropetrovsk -- Traffic and freight operations. Dnepropetrovsk, Pushkinskiy propsekt, 77a. Inza -- Railroad cars. Inza, Tomsk Railroad System. 10. Kiev Electromechanical -- Traffic and freight operations, and signaling, centralized control of switches and signals, and operation of block signals. Kiev, Zheleznodorozhnaya Koloniya, Stadionnaya ulitsa, 3. 11. Kiev Construction -- Track. Kiev, ulitsa Chapayeva, 5. 12. Kiev Material-Economy -- Material and technical supply. Kiev, ulitsa Chapayeva, 6. 13. Krasnoyarsk School for Technicians -- Railroad cars. Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirskaya ulitsa, 50. 14. Leningrad imeni F. E. Dzerzhinskiy -- Traffic and freight operations; railroad commercial operations; and subway electromechanical equipment. Lenin- grad, Borodinskaya ulitsa, 6. 15. Leningrad Mechanical -- Steam locomotives. Leningrad, Ekipazhnaya ulitsa 20. 16. Moscow imeni Oktyabr'skaya Revolyutsiay -- Traffic and freight opera- tions. Moscow, Nizhne-Krasnosel'skaya ulitsa, 39. S-E-C-R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020038-6 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020038-6 SECRET 17. Moscow imeni A. A. Andreyev -- Tunnels and subways. Moscow, Yaroslav- skoye shosse, Kuchin pereulok, 14. 18. Mcscow imeni F. E. Dzerzhinskiy -- Power engineering. Moscow, ulitsa Kazakova, 8. 19. Orel -- Traffic and freight operations. Orel, 2-aya Novosil'skaya ulitsa, 52. 20. Otrozhka Railroad cars. Otrozhka, Southeastern Railroad System, ulitsa Krivonosa, 33. 21. Penza -- Steam locomotives. Penza, Voloaarskaya ulitsa, 88/5. 22. Rostov -- Steam locomotives. Rostov-on-Don, ulitsa Gor'kogo, 90/125- 23. Ryazan' -- Track. Ryazan', ulitsa Kalyayeva, 44. 24. Saratov Mechanical -- Railroad commercial operations. Saratov-II, Ryazan'-Ural Railroad System. 25. Sverdlovsk Construction -- Track and technical and civilian buildings. Sverdlovsk, Pervomayskaya ulitsa. 26. Tambov -- Railroad cars. Tambov, Zheleznodorozhnaya ulitsa, 117. 27. Tashkent Electromechanical -- Steam locomotives. Tashkent, 2-aya Sarykul'skaya, 2. 28. Tikhoretsk -- Railroad cars. Tikhoretsk, South Caucasus Railroad Sys- 29. Tomsk -- Railroad commercial operations. Tomsk, Starodepovskaya ulitsa, 101. 'n. Khabarovsk School for Technicians -- Steam locomotives and traffic and fr'Cght operations. Khabarovsk, ulitsa Karla Marksa, 79. 31. Kharkov -- Railroad telephone-telegraph communications. Khar'kov, Dmitriyevskaya ulitsa, 26. S -E-C -R-E-T SECRET Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020038-6