Today at Zhubanov University was a discussion of the article of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan N.A. Nazarbayev “7 facets of the Great Steppe” with famous personalities of Aktobe oblast. For the guests was organized a tour around the university building.
Meyirkhan Audauletuly, poet, publicist, member of the Union of Journalists of Kazakhstan, editor of the republican literary journal “Adyrna” and Danagali Kenzhebayev education veteran were invited as speakers of the event.
The meeting participants discussed issues of knowledge of the history and key trends of modern social studies, the possibility of transferring the symbolic meaning and meaning of the seven facets of the Great Steppe through innovative technologies and interactive techniques.
During the discussion, Danagali Kenzhebaev drew the attention of students to the role of the teacher, as the engine of social progress. “Thanks to the knowledge that we receive from teachers that largely determine the further development of a person,” said the veteran, urging young people to honor teachers, and continue continuing education.
Meyirkhan Audauletuly expressed the fact that the future of the country is in the hands of strong youth. “Turning to the history of our state, we see that the student youth was very strong in spirit. Therefore, there will always be only strong people ahead,” said the poet.
As it is known, in the program article “7 facets of the Great Steppe” the representatives of various fields find new research objects in it, which provide an opportunity for modern reading of the country’s history through the past of the peoples inhabiting the territory of present-day Kazakhstan. Bekaristan Myrzabayev, a senior researcher at the department of scientific and innovative programs at the university, who also took part in the discussion, said that he was interested in the culture of horsemanship and chose the horse as the object of his research. According to him, in a short time he will share the results of his work.
Following the meeting, the students asked their questions to the guests of the event.