1920-1930s

%D0%A3-%D0%BB%D0%B0%D0%B1%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B0%D1%82%D0%BE%D1%80%D1%96%D1%97-%D0%A5%D0%A4%D0%86-1930-%D1%82%D1%96-%D1%80%D1%80[1]In connection with so called “unification of pharmaceutical education” (1924), appropriateness of existing of higher educational pharmaceutical institutions was disputed. It was abolished according to Ukrainian professional education headquarters’ decree. The faculty was transferred to Kharkiv Pharmaceutical College (founded in 1922) exercising its rights as a higher educational institution.
In connection with so called “unification of pharmaceutical education” (1924), appropriateness of existing of higher educational pharmaceutical institutions was disputed. It was abolished according to Ukrainian professional education headquarters’ decree. The faculty was transferred to Kharkiv Pharmaceutical College (founded in 1922) exercising its rights as a higher educational institution.

In 1924, faculty of the college went through serious changes, connected with the new conception of pharmaceutical education which was implemented by authority. It claimed that colleges are the main centers which train pharmacists in the USSR. Actually integration of two educational institutions (pharmaceutical college and pharmaceutical institute) had happened, after KhChPhI was officially abolished.

Since 1930, the college was given status of the institute. The existence of 9 pharmaceutical institutes was officially approved by the decree of Council of People’s Commissars of USSR (1936), Kharkiv Institute was among them as well.

Understanding of necessity and significance of pharmaceutical higher education and conferment of status of institute to Kharkiv pharmaceutical college positively influenced its activity. Thus, in 1930, the institute additionally enrolled students in spring along with autumn admission. Workers’, correspondence and evening courses were functioning there (since 1928). In 1932 there were 426 students studying in the institute.

Kharkiv pharmaceutical institute was obtaining its prestige and improved its position in the world of pharmaceutical science. Thus, it is no wonder that it was Kharkiv delegation (consisting of M. O. Valyashko, A. D. Rosenfeld, Y. V. Korshun and others ) who has participated in      All-Ukrainian pharmaceutical education conference and was charged with development of training program for pharmaceutical institutes in 1932.

In 1937, All-USSR Higher School Committee gave the right to Academic board of the Institute to confer applicants on academic degree Candidate of Pharmaceutical Sciences. During the pre-war period Kharkiv pharmaceutical institute (KhPhI) trained 1379 specialists; more than 40 theses were defended and researches into more than 40 scientific subjects were carried out.

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