On February 26, 2021, a literary evening on the theme “Asyl sozdin patshasy-Zhambyl Zhabayev”, dedicated to the 175th anniversary of the birth of the master of Kazakh oral and poetic art Zhambyl Zhabayev, was held at the Medical College under JSC “South Kazakhstan Medical Academy” together with the Department of General Education Disciplines and Library and Information Center № 2. The poetic evening was attended by: Deputy Director for educational work Taizhanova M. A., Head of the Department of General Education Disciplines Sataev A. T., teachers of the department and college students. The main purpose of the event: – to introduce students to the life and work of Zhambyl Zhabayev. To show the essence of the ubiquitous distribution of the poet’s selected works, to reveal the secret of his eloquence with the help of expressive reading and to present them to the reader.
Poetry evening was opened by the Head of the Department of General Education Disciplines Sataev Amangeldi Toiboluly. He noted that the spiritual heritage of the poet, prose writer, the great son of the Kazakh people Zhambyl Zhabayev is included in the golden fund of world culture.
The participants of the event read the poet’s poems in Kazakh and Russian languages – “My Life”, “Leningrad”, “Taras”, “Alatau”, “Answer to My Son”, ” Is this a picture of Abai?”, etc., presentations about the biography of the poet and a video about the life and work of the poet were also presented. Also, the librarian Kuanyshbekova E. A. prepared and designed the book and illustrated exhibition “Zhyr alyby-Zhambyl”. At the exhibition were presented the book of Zhambyl Zhabayev. Kuanyshbekova E. A. encouraged students to read the books of Zhambyl Zhabayev. By the end of the literary evening, the teacher of the Department of General Education Disciplines F. A. Khaspanova thanked all the participants for their active participation, and said that in the future such events will be held more often.
During the event, the quarantine requirements of the distance and the mask regime were strictly observed