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Military years, before and after the War

 

Before the War

The pre-war years were one of the most important stages in KazPI evolvement. Teachers and students honorably withstood against maturity challenge. The Institutes name became well-known within the Republic and beyond. Its activities during this period were noted with the increase of the number of locally-prepared lecturers, enhancement of the quality of personnel preparation, and establishment of strong traditions of youth education and training. The Institute became one of the scientific centers. The issue of Kazakhstans history, Kazakh language and literature research was initially raised here; the first researches in the field of natural sciences have been started. The role of KazPI as an education and scientific center increased steadily those years. It is KazPI that created appropriate conditions for further establishment and evolvement of educational network, Academy of Sciences and other educational, cultural and artistic institutions in the Republic.

 

During the War

The years of war became the period of hard challenge for the Institute. However, despite the difficulties of war time, students were studying hard and persistently. Moreover, the teaching level increased dramatically due to the fact that many famous scientists from different cities of the USSR were evacuated to Almaty because of the war. Academicians I. I. Meschaninov, V. I. Chernyshev, V. G. Fesenko, Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences Mr. N. N. Varanskii, Professors A. A. Glagolov, P. M.Rubinshtein, I. A. Palunsk, N. F. Belchikov, N. F. Chernomordin, R. A. Fridman, D. I. Maksov, G. A. Kakiev and many others were among them.
Dozens of the Universitys teachers, employees and students were awarded the highest state title - The Hero of the Soviet Union - for the acts of military and labor bravery during the war. Amongst them are Malik Gabdullin, Lesbek Zholdasov, Kanash Kamzin, Kudaibergen Suraganov, Rahimjan Tokataev, Ahmedyar Husainov, Sadu Shakarim.

 

Post-War Period

Many qualitative changes associated with challenges of new stage of economic and cultural development of Kazakhstan took place during post-war years. These challenges demanded new approach, methods and forms with regard to the Institutes educational activity, its structure and problems. The efforts of the teaching staff were aimed to provide future instructors with deeper scientific knowledge within the chosen specialty, ensuring their deep love to teaching profession. Due to the rising demand of primary and secondary schools for competent teaches, the number of enrolled students was increased. In 1946, the first after-war year, the Institute enrolled 362 students; in 1956 this number reached 567. By its 50-years anniversary in 1978 KazPI named after Abai became one of the largest educational and scientific centers of Kazakhstan. It was fairly considered as the flagman of the Republics pedagogical schools. 12 faculties were functioning within the Institute including newly opened faculties for art and graphics and defectology, as well as capacity-building faculty for regular secondary school directors. It is worth mentioning, that 23 graduates were citizens of Mongolia.

 


 

Hero of the Soviet Union
Ahmedyar Husainov
Hero of the Soviet Union
Kanash Hamzin
Hero of the Soviet Union
Kudaibergen Suraganov
Hero of the Soviet Union
Rahimjan Toktaev
Hero of the Soviet Union
Sadu Shakirov
Hero of the Soviet Union
Malik Gabdullin
Hero of the Soviet Union
Lesbek Joldasov


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