November 12, 2015 at 17.00 in the Main building of KSTU was held meeting of the faculty and students enrolled in the program “Serpin”, Chairman of the Republican coordinating Council of the social project “Serpin-2050″ Murat Abenov. In the framework of the visit discussed a number of issues related to the conditions of education and accommodation of students.
The guests were given a tour of Karaganda state technical University. They visited the training center “Serpin”, engineering center, an innovative laboratory “Schneider electric”, an exhibition of innovative projects, the welding lab, the Museum of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, etc.
The applicants admitted to the University under this program are provided with comfortable hostel, also they will be assisted in finding employment after graduation.
Students of KSTU enrolled in the program “Serpin-2050″, regularly go to the theater, go to concerts, take an active part in the public life of the city and the University. Today the students visited the Historical and cultural center. The first President in Temirtau. They were given a tour of the expository halls of the Center, during which the boys saw the history of formation of Independent Kazakhstan and giant heavy industry of our country Kazakhstan Magnitogorsk through the prism of biography of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Abishevich Nazarbayev.
They also visited the Museum of memory of victims of political repression in Dolinka, children’s rehabilitation center.
For the cultural development of students the University visits were made to premiere in the Kazakh drama theater them. S. Seifullin performance “Adsenger”, gala concert of the V Republican contest “Zhuldyz — 2015″.
In their free time the students are engaged in creative and sport groups are Announced, take an active part in events held in the University and dormitory. So, these days the boys became the participants of the seminar-workshop “Training system aimed at increasing religious literacy of members of advocacy groups and religious scholars, government officials, leaders of youth”.