Myrzhakyp Dulatov was a poet, writer, publicist, teacher, public figure, one of the major representatives of Kazakh culture and literature of the early XX century. He was born in 1895 in the Zhangildy district of the Turgai region.
The conference was attended by teachers, undergraduates and students of our university and other ones. The conference was devoted to the biography and work of Myrzhakyp Dulatov.
Doctor of historical Sciences at the Academy of Arts of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Professor Marat Absemetov has spoken about the life and work of M. Dulatov.
In 1991, for the first time in Kazakhstani science, Absemetov defended his Ph.D. thesis dedicated to the leader of the Alash-Orda. For the first time he systematized and compiled the works of the ideologist of the Alash-Orda, Myrzhakyp Dulatov (1885-1935) – “Oyan, Kazakh!” (1991), “Selected Works” (one-volume, 1991), “Selected Works” (in two volumes, 1996-1997), as well as the book of Gulnar Dulatova’s memoirs “The Light of Truth” (Karaganda, 1995).
Zhanat Jabassova, head of the International Cooperation and Project Implementation Center, spoke about scientific research in the framework of the Erasmus+ program of the Jean Monnet project “Transformation of the experience of agribusiness management in the European Union in Kazakhstan and Central Asia”.
Within the framework of this project, KEnEU introduced a new course “Transformation of the experience of agribusiness management in the European Union to Kazakhstan and Central Asian countries”, which allows to increase the level of professional knowledge, skills and abilities of students – future specialists in the agricultural sector of the economy. For the successful implementation of the project for the period from 01.09.2018 to 27.08.2019, a whole range of activities aimed at achieving the project goals was carried out.
Head of the scientific research sector, Dinara Zhamalova, spoke about the production of organic products in Europe. The global market for environmentally friendly food is tens of billions of dollars, and the annual growth rate in developed countries is 20-30%. The main reasons for this phenomenon are: environmental food crises of the last decade (epidemic of mad cow disease, epidemic of foot-and-mouth disease, bird flu, etc.) and growing distrust of conventional products; public concerns about the harm of genetically modified components contained in food. The governments of developed countries actively support eco-production, as it helps to strengthen the domestic market, increase exports and help solve economic and environmental problems.
Concluding the conference, Gulmira Sarsembayeva, Master of Agricultural Management, gave a comparative description of the applied methods of business planning of investment activities in the European Union and Central Asian countries.