Zamina Hasanova

Zamina Hasan qizi Hasanova (Azerbaijani: Zəminə Həsən qızı Həsənova; 10 May 1918, Corat, Sumqayit, Azerbaijan SSR – 2006, Sumqayit, Azerbaijan) was a Hero of Socialist Labour, Honorary Citizen of Sumgayit and the first female metallurgist in Azerbaijan.[1][2]

Zamina Hasanova
Born10 May 1918
Died2006
AwardsHero of Socialist Labor medal.svg
Scientific career
FieldsMetallurgy

BiographyEdit

Zamina Hasanova was born on May 10, 1918 in Sumgayit, present-day Jorat settlement.

CareerEdit

Hasanova started her first work at the Sumgayit Power Station. During the Soviet era, she worked as the chairman of the Energy Union and was engaged in laying the foundations of residential buildings. She worked in the civil defence system of Baku during the Second World War. After the war, she continued her career at the Boruprokat factory. Later, she served as a brigadier. Hasanova was the chief brigadier in 1970 and led four brigades at that factory.[1]

Public careerEdit

Hasanova was one of the organizers of the Horizont 8 club for schoolchildren. She was the member of Sumgait City Council and Supreme Council of the USSR.

HonorsEdit

Zamina Hasanova was awarded[1]

On October 2, 2002, by the order of the President of Azerbaijan, Zamina Hasanova was awarded with personal scholarship of the President of Azerbaijan for her activities in science, education, culture and economy.[1]

MemorialEdit

Zamina Hasanova died in Sumgayit in 2006. The song titled "Zamina" composed by Alakbar Taghiyev was dedicated to Hasanova.[3]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "Sumqayıtlı sosialist əməyi qəhrəmanı, fəxri vətəndaşı və Azərbaycanın ilk qadın metallurqu Zəminə Həsənova". State Committee for Family, Women and Children Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Archived from the original on March 15, 2019. Retrieved March 15, 2019.
  2. ^ Город родившийся от традиций
  3. ^ Zəminə Həsənovanın 100 illik yubileyi münasibətilə tədbir keçirilib