On April 30, an online meeting of the head of the College with students took place. During which KalamkasKakimbekovna explained to students information about the end of the academic half-year, and answered their questions.

In honor of health!

With this video, we want to convey to people how important it is to value your health. We encourage you to reconsider your views on life values. Health is the only thing without which a person can not live fully. Our body is very surprisingly arranged in it 1000 mechanisms and everything is so interconnected that if one detail of this unique mechanism fails, the person will not be able to continue to function fully!

the committee on youth Affairs private establishment “Zerek”


Kazakh culture is well revealed in national clothing.
Women’s Kazakh national clothing consists of a long dress, a camisole, a headdress and jewelry.
Red: it has long been a very stable tradition. This is reflected in the Kazakh proverb “«Қыздыңкөзіқызылда» ” (“the eye of the girl drops on red”).
In many peoples of the world since ancient times, the red color symbolized the life-giving forces of nature.

Women’s Russian folk costume was distinguished by its amazing beauty, greater brightness and aesthetics, and luxury decoration than men’s. And this is not surprising, because a woman in Russia has always been the personification of grace, tenderness, was the Keeper of the hearth, a source of inspiration and admiration. Therefore, even the clothes of commoners were richly decorated with embroidery, remaining bright and beautiful.

Ukrainian life is full of color and religion.
The main feature of the Ukrainian people is their love of work and agriculture. What is a tradition or custom in many countries is commonplace and everyday for Ukrainians. For example, folk songs. People just need to amuse themselves by working in the fields.
The basis of Ukrainian women’s costume is a shirt — koszula, chemise. It is longer than the man’s and consists of two parts — the lower part is sewn from a coarser material. A distinctive feature of the Ukrainian women’s shirt is the custom of decorating the hem and border of the shirt with embroidery.

The Kyrgyz way of life and culture can surprise many Europeans. This is a proud people whose history goes back more than one century. They have special ideas about life and will delight every gourmet with unsurpassed cuisine. The richness of culture and unusual traditions of the once nomadic people is a vivid evidence of the uniqueness of the Kyrgyz people.

Uzbek national costume reflects artistic features, archaic features of folk crafts, ethnographic and regional forms of clothing development.

Women in India wear such clothing as lehenga-choli (Gagra-choli, hagra-choli, Chania-choli). Lehenga is a long skirt with pleats. Choli-blouse with short sleeves, a deep neckline and leaves open the stomach. From lehenga-choli they wore a dupatta. Dupatta-a Cape, which in traditional Indian costume was worn only by women of noble origin. Today, lehenga-choli can be a wedding dress.

The national Italian costume has many interpretations, each region has its own. However, everywhere the outfits differ in a riot of colors and a lot of decorative elements that are difficult to look away from.

The national costume of Moldova reflected, as in a mirror, the peculiarities of the people’s life on this land that is rich in rich harvests. Clothing with a national pattern of leaves, flowers and fruits, decorated with artful embroidery, distinguishes the Moldavian ancient costume.


The key to a productive day is a cheerful morning. Get a supply of energy and activate your own strength will help morning exercise, and in the long term, this useful habit will ensure you good health.

We talk about war in verse!

In order not to end up in fascist slavery, for the sake of saving the Motherland, the people engaged in a deadly battle with a cruel, insidious and merciless enemy. In memory of the glorious victory of our people in the great Patriotic war, our students prepared an expressive reading of poems.

Quarantine has been introduced in the territory of Kostanay region!

Akim of Kostanay region ArchimedMukhambetov held an emergency meeting of the Staff to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection. In order to prevent the import and spread of coronavirus infection, it was decided to introduce a quarantine on the territory of Kostanay region from 00.00 on April 17 to 7.00 on may 1.
The regime provides for the strengthening of restrictive measures, in particular:
1. it is Prohibited for residents to move between localities of the region, with the exception of vehicles that ensure the life of the population (trucks and cars carrying food, medicines, as well as specialized and service vehicles involved in the state of emergency);
2. Ban on transportation of people on regular and non-regular routes by official and unofficial private carriers (buses, gazelles, taxis) on the territory of the region;
3. Prohibition on residents leaving their places of residence, except for the following cases: going to work; seeking medical help; purchasing food products, medicines and medical devices in stores and pharmacies;
4. movement of minors without adult accompaniment and exit of persons over 65 years of age from houses and apartments to the street without special need is Prohibited
Compliance with the following security measures:
1. when visiting retail and pharmacy facilities, as well as at work places, keep a distance of at least two meters from each other;
2. when the first symptoms of respiratory infection (runny nose, sneezing, fever) appear, immediately seek medical help at home, without visiting medical organizations, by calling an ambulance;
3. Refrain from meetings on the streets and in other public places in groups of more than three people (except for family members);

Working students can apply for 42500 tenge.

Students who have income from part-time work and lost them due to an emergency can apply for assistance from the state in the form of payment of 42500 tenge. This was announced at a briefing by the Minister of labor and social protection of Kazakhstan BirzhanNurymbetov.
“We do not have a separate category of students. These are adult citizens of our country. According to our labor code, you can work from the age of 16, regardless of whether you receive a scholarship or not. We won’t look at it. They can work. No one forbids them. And the majority of students does so. They work officially or earn extra money unofficially. Some of them work in restaurants, as sellers, pizza delivery men. For you students, the same order as for everyone,” the Minister said. If the student worked informally, they need to make a contribution.