My University

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Kazakh National Al-farabi University

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The theme: My university

Fulfilled by: master’s student of specialty Power Engineering Mukhanova NazymZeynollakyzy Checked: senior lecturer GumarovaSholpanBilashevna

Almaty 2015
My university is Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, also calledKazGU or KazNU. Kaznuis one of the oldest and most established universities in Central Asia, Kazakhstan, Almaty. Named after the Muslim scholar al-Farabi, it is the country's primary and largest university.
KazNU is the oldest classical university of the Republic established by the Decree of the Kazakh Regional Committee (KRC) office dated November 13, 1933. One year after Kazakhstan's 1990 declaration of independence, the name was changed to Al-Farabi Kazakh State University. In 2001, the government classified it as a "national" university. More than 20000 students, graduates and PhD students study at KazNU, and there are more than 2500 faculty members working at KazNU, including 400 doctors of science, professors and more than 800 candidates of science and associate professors. Like other universities founded under the Soviet system, it is highly centralized.
January 15, 1934 is the day of the official opening of Kazakh State University, which was established at the basis of the Pedagogical Institute by the decree of the Council of Peoples’ Commissars of USSR and VKPb Kazakh regional committee. On December 2 of the same year KazSU was named after the famous Soviet party and state leader S.M. Kirov.
In January 1934, the first entrance exams at the faculties of Biology, Physics and Mathematics were held; in September they were held at the Faculty of Chemistry. In 1937, the first Faculty of Humanities – the Faculty of Foreign Languages was established; a year later, the Faculty of Philology. In May 1941, as a result of…...

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