Museums are places where we encounter history and art. They are like time capsules, containing amazing stories and heritage of our ancestors. When we look into the past by visiting exhibitions and expositions, we better understand the present. Each new generation begins its journey by mastering the spiritual and material wealth of society and undergoes social and cultural adaptation to the modern world. Museums can make a significant contribution to improving the quality of life of all segments of the population, ensuring continuity and continuity in the development of culture.
It is especially important for the public to instill in the younger generation a sense of love for the Motherland and respect for its history. The museum is one of the main links in the patriotic education of youth. A museum is a repository of the past, a place where they will tell you about history and secrets, forgotten events and little-known facts. In the museum you can always be surprised by works of art and get aesthetic pleasure from contemplating the paintings of famous painters.
The Museum of History of KarTU is a kind of chronicle of the history of the formation and development of the university since 1953.
01/30/24 students gr. OP-23-2, OP-23-2s together with the curator – teacher of the department. V.M. Kabieva G.K. took part in the excursion. We got acquainted with the history of the formation and stages of scientific and technical development of the university. The guys studied with interest the varied material presented at personal stands dedicated to the rector of the institute, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR A.S. Saginov; the first Kazakhstani professor of mathematics A.A. Ermekov, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR K.I. Satpayev, whose life and activities were closely connected with the institute, the studies at the KPTI of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan N.A. Nazarbayev.
Special stands are dedicated to State Prize laureates. Historical materials presented by the works, objects and personal belongings of outstanding people who played an important role in the formation and development of the Polytechnic University show visitors to the Museum the continuity of generations, the preservation of traditions, and the active participation of teachers and students in public life. The city of Karaganda is a large industrial and administrative center of Kazakhstan. They say Karaganda is a coal city. After all, it was coal that gave impetus to its birth. However, now Karaganda has turned from a city of miners into a city of mechanical engineers, chemists, builders, students, and scientists. Karaganda has always been a city of science and education. And today our youth lives up to our hopes.
We can be proud of the change that in the third millennium will make our city the most beautiful city on the map of Kazakhstan. Karaganda Technical University named after Abylkas Saginov is one of the leading technical universities in the country and its entire history is connected with the formation and development of the city; it is not without reason that it is called the forge of engineering personnel.