Prime Minister visits the Semey Nazarbayev Intellectual School
Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev familiarized himself with the work of the Semey branch of the Nazarbayev Intellectual School as part of his working trip to the East Kazakhstan region.
During his inspection of the new building for the school for gifted children, which was put into operation in late 2016, B. Sagintayev examined the study-rooms for self-knowledge, nanotechnology, biotechnology, pottery, canteen and library. School Principal B. Kayirzhanov told about the achievements of the educational institution.
The uniqueness of the facility is that the main educational building for 720 students is combined with a dormitory block for 120 people. This allows gifted children from the countryside to study and live in this boarding school under one roof.
In just seven years of the school’s work, 466 students have graduated, of whom 34 students became holders of the “Altyn Belgi” sign, and 22 of them received honor certificates. School graduates successfully continue their studies in universities around the country and abroad. Thus, 156 graduates were accepted into the Nazarbayev University, 283 graduates study in universities of Kazakhstan, 26 graduates study abroad.
Bakytzhan Sagintayev inspects the reconstruction of CHPP-1 in Semey
Date: 17 March 2017
Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev, as part of his working trip to the East Kazakhstan region, inspected the process of reconstructing the Semey CHPP-1, which provides heat to 70% of the residential and administrative buildings of the left-bank part of the city.
Also, B. Sagintayev was informed about the construction of CHPP-3, which is one of the region’s top priority projects. At the moment, a feasibility study has been developed for the project and the government expert review has been received.
The aim of the project is to replace the capacity of numerous boiler stations with low efficiency and reliability, cover the increase in thermal loads, and create an environmentally friendly source with efficient technology for producing heat and electricity.
The project will contribute to the further development of local production and their long-term operation, including coal mining from the Karazhira field.
Source: Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan