Department of Practical Kazakh Language

History

The department of practical Kazakh language was opened in 1989 on the basis of the Kazakh language department of the Akmola Pedagogical Institute.

In 1990 in the Akmola Pedagogical Institute and Tselinograd Engineering-Construction Institute, the departments of practical Kazakh language were formed.

Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan N.A.Nazarbayev, on May 23, 1996, the Eurasian University was founded on the basis of the merger of two universities - the Tselinograd Engineering- Construction Institute (TSICI) and the Tselinograd Pedagogical Institute. In this regard, the departments of the two universities were merged into one department of practical Kazakh language.

In 2000, due to changes in the structure of the university and in order to strengthen the scientific potential, the department was included in the department of Kazakh linguistics.

In September 1, 2002, the Department of Practical Kazakh Language was again formed as a separate department of the Humanities Institute.

 

In 2006, the department of practical Kazakh language was divided into two departments of humanitarian and natural-technical direction.

Since 2008 it has become the depatrment of practical Kazakh language.

The courses of practical Kazakh language were conducted for the first time in 1988 on the basis of the department of Kazakh philology of the Tselinograd State Pedagogical Institute (from the memory of Merteshova Sh.K., 2012)

Disciplines

The department is engaged in teaching the state language in the Russian groups of the faculty of the university. Bachelor's degree is taught Kazakh and professional Kazakh languages.

 Kazakh language 6 credits in the academic year - 3 credits per semester: practical classes - 90 hours, SSW - 180.

Professional Kazakh language is conducted only in one semester in the II or III year with the credit amount - 2: practical classes - 30 hours, SSW - 60.