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On January 11, 2018, in the office of Rukhani zhangyru, of the branch of the JSC "NCPD "Orleu" Institute for professional development of Kyzylorda region a held a meeting where the branch staff discussed the next Message of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev to the people of Kazakhstan "New Development Opportunities in the Conditions of the Fourth Industrial Revolution".

During the discussion, Baurzhan Yeleusinov, the director of the branch of the JSC "NCPD "Orleu" Institute for professional development of Kyzylorda region Baurzhan Eleusinov drew attention to the importance of the directions of the Message, especially focused on the main seventh direction of the document, which deals with the development of human capital, improving the quality of education, raising the status and prestige teachers in society. At the meeting the head of the department of psychological and pedagogical support of professional development of the teacher, doctor of philosophical sciences, professor Baymirza Kozhamberliev made a report on the topic "New stages of development". In his report, Baymirza Kozhamberliev noted 10 mandatory tasks of the President's Address to the list of 30 most developed countries in the world. He said that all these duties cover urgent issues economic, political, spiritual and social aspects of society. At the meeting devoted to the discussion of the Message of the Head of the State, the staff of the Institute Gulfara Aysautova, Raushan Marsali, Serik Kuseynov and others discussed priority directions and ten tasks indicated in the Message.

Director of the Institute Baurzhan Yeleusinov called for active participation in the implementation of the high-level mission of the head of state, indicating the importance of the Message as the main document leading to new goals, which identified 10 main development challenges.

At the end of the meeting, the Institute staff shared their views on achieving the goals and objectives set forth in the President's Address.