The central building of the university – an architectural monument of the first half of the XIX century. (Classic style) – is part of an ensemble of Poltava Empire style, built in 1828-1832 after the design Petersburg architect Ludwig Charlemagne as premises for the Institute for Noble Maidens.Established on December 12, 1818 wife of Governor-General of Poltava and Chernihiv provinces MG Repnin Barbara Institute for Noble mural at Poltava became the first provincial cities of the Russian autocratic empire Secondary schools closed type for women dvoryanok.Over the period of a girl’s centenary institute it at different times the outstanding figures of Russian, Ukrainian and Czech cultures. In particular, over 36 years, the perpetrators constant supervision of academic work known Ukrainian poet and fabulist, a former rector of Kharkiv University, Prof. P. Gulak-Artemovskij. For many years a member of the Board of Trustees of the nobility, he worked i n outstanding Ukrainian poet, playwright VV Kapnist.The art of piano playing and singing Italian instytutok taught famous pianists and composers, collectors of Ukrainian folklore brothers Alois Czechs Yedlichky i Ventseslav. It worked faculty artists Ivan Zaytsev, Catherine Roschina, Vasily Volkov, engraver Splitstesser taught literature pioneer Ukrainian romanticism Lev Borovykovsky. Girls’ Institute graduated talented sister Psyol – Glafira and Alexander, one – artist, friend – a poet.From these walls in 1881, published a famous Ukrainian writer-democrat Love Yanovsky. Over the years the institute attended IP Kotliarevsky, T. Shevchenko, M. Gogol, VA Zhukovsky, the Decembrists – to Sergey and Matthew Mouravievs-apostles.In January 1918, the Institute for Noble Pann evacuated to Vladikavkaz, where i initiated the establishment of urban girls’ school. From 1918 until 1930 the main building of the former institution located land surveying college, an orphanage, school gardening and other institutions, organizations and institutions.In the 30′s of the newly established system of higher education institutions to ensure the rapidly growing need for engineers and construction personnel to the vast construction site that it has become all the USSR, Poltava became a training center for allied agricultural engineering construction.According to government orders dated July 23, 1930 at number 237 on the creation of new institutions of higher education, the land of the People’s Commissariat of the Ukrainian government issued August 19, 1930 ordered the formation of Poltava Institute of Agricultural building. The rich agricultural traditions and achievements of Poltava in 1920 in preparing the Agricultural Institute (Faculty of Agricultural Building) frames for the village. It is this faculty decision Poltava City Council moved to the premises of the former Institute of Noble panels – Pershotravnevyi Avenue, № 24 (central three-storey building and two-story side, not connected to the central body), which was the location of the new university.Among the first instructors – graduate of the Kiev Polytechnic graduate outstanding scientist-engineer E. Paton – MS Toryanik who founded a scientific school reinforced the institute, EV Plato – a graduate of the Institute of Railway Engineers in St. Petersburg founded a scientific school of basics i foundations; Former provincial architect of Poltava TJ Hardasevych – founder of scientific school of architectural design; Social Sciences at the Institute taught OK Kasymenko, S. Danishev – later known native historians. In the years 1933-1934 a member of our school joined the faculty of agricultural building of the Saratov Institute of Agriculture building with 200 students. From 1934 the library of the Institute was headed south Zhylko – a teacher by profession, poet by vocation.In 1938 he was arrested and executed by a special resolution of the NKVD troika in the Poltava region with widespread at the time the charge of “anti-Soviet propaganda.” Despite the losses experienced in times of famine and repression, Poltava Institute of Agricultural Engineers Construction confidently overcame its first decade. The number of departments in the institute grew and in 1940 it accounted for 20 (mathematics, physics, chemistry, graphics, theoretical mechanics, structural mechanics, construction materials, building production, etc.).. The institute enrolled 500 students. During the first ten years of the prewar educational activities of staff of the Institute has trained over 800 graduates – engineers for the village.With the beginning of World War 22 June 1941 on the shoulders of teachers and student staff, administration institute lay heavy burden of responsibility for the evacuation of staff in Almaty far. Graduates, engineers, teachers, men were mobilized to take part in battles with the Nazis. Students are continuing to study, care for the wounded, stocked fuel.October 19, 1943 staff of the Institute returned to Poltava, which they had to rebuild as well as destroyed the premises of the Institute. The first post-war decade of teachers, students i worked in adapted premises at the address. , 8. Rebuilding Together with the Institute of Agricultural Engineers Construction (1961 – Poltava Civil Engineering Institute) i grew matured staff of the institution, strengthened and developed its material base.During the 1954-1971 years, opening up new departments; industrial and civil construction, architectural, sanitary, general, correspondence with night classes, training, administration efforts at this time is organized laboratory building, right i left buildings, new dormitories for students.During these years the student has successfully operated a design office, created in 1930.March 1992 the staff of the institution reformed with monoprofilnoho Institute, which trained specialists for 6 majors in university training of specialists in 26 areas: economic, electromechanical, environmental, architectural, construction and so on. The hard work of the entire teaching staff of the institution of training programs and job training plans, training of laboratory i of logistics, research and instructional materials created preconditions for its successful accreditation for the fourth, the highest, international level and rename it according to the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers Ukraine on August 29, 1994 at Poltava Technical University, and in accordance with the Decree of the President of Ukraine № 302/2002 from 27 March 2002 granting it the status of National.June 21, 1997 on the occasion of advanced public peace, Ukraine 100th anniversary of the birth of a theoretical astronautics Yuri Kondratyuka, the government chooses our school named after him.