"Independence is an amulet, Eternal People - firmness", dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Kazakh National Agrarian Research University

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"Independence is an amulet, Eternal People - firmness", dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan

On November 16, 2021 students of AG-201 group of Agronomic Faculty and curator of the group N. Barlykova held open educational hour "Independence is amulet, Eternal People - firmness" dedicated to the 30th anniversary of Independence of Kazakhstan.

The deputy faculty on educational work Zholdasbek Gulnur Zholdasbekovna, Zhamangaraeva Aigul Nurdanovna, Zhanbyrbaev Yeldos Almabekovich, Yesenbaeva Gulvira Lemesovna, Kenesova Akbota Abugalievna and other teachers participated in educational hour.

Independence is a dream come true for our ancestors. Independence is a mighty word, a symbol of which lies in stone, its blood in the veins of the earth. The freedom of the country. Kazakhstan has been rocking in the cradle of independence for 30 years. During this time Kazakhstan has managed to prove that there is a separate autonomous country in the world. It has become an independent secular country with its own established borders, religion and language, state symbols and national values, culture and traditions.
 

We would not be mistaken to say that the cherished dream of our ancestors, longing for the dawn of independence, has come true. Therefore, the current generation should never forget that the history of independence is a great subject that has always been the subject of special conversation.

The students gave a brief review of the pages of history on how they achieved independence, recited poems, and performed cues on the dombra. The young people's feelings for their Motherland and their native land were rekindled.
Kazakh people!
Happy Independence Day,
Happy Birthday,
We wish our independence to be high, our nation to be strong, our sovereignty to be strong.
 
Group mentor and students of AG-201 group