The Bolashaq Academy was visited by the associate professor of the S. Amanzholov East Kazakhstan University, Saken Tokanovich Kasenov, who lectures to students and undergraduates on literary heritage and its development.

Currently, there are several cooperation agreements between the Bolashaq Academy and leading universities of the domestic and near and far abroad. In this regard, universities work fruitfully within the framework of academic mobility, exchanging continuous experience about educational achievements during each academic year.

The reading of lectures by Saken Tokanovich Kasenov to students and undergraduates studying at our Academy in the specialty “Kazakh language and literature” about the current topic of Kazakh literature is the result of such a compromise partnership.

S.T. Kasenov is an associate professor of the Department of Kazakh, Russian Philology and Journalism of the S. Amanzholov East Kazakhstan University. The lecture on the topic “Problems of mastering literary heritage”, started on May 3, will last until May 19.

From the very first days, the listeners were fascinated by the skillful presentation of the main issues concerning the development of literary heritage by scientists. At a meeting with the academy’s management, he also shared the experience of the East Kazakhstan University on the GPI integration system for assessing students’ academic performance.

Before the end of the official visit of Professor S. T. Kasenov, students and undergraduates of the Academy have no doubt that they will receive a lot of information about the literary heritage and its development.

It is worth noting that recently a Turkologist, professor of the Berdak Karakalpak State University, Doctor of Philology, deputy of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, Honored Scientist of the Republic of Karakalpakstan – Abdinazimov Shamshetdin Nazhovich gave lectures at our Academy.

Such noble measures implemented within the framework of academic mobility based on the conditions of cooperation will continue further.

Zhanbolat Baymurynov,

Associate Professor of the Department of Kazakh Language and Literature, Ph.D.

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