Pavlodar, Kazakhstan

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Pavlodar, Kazakhstan

Innovative University of Eurasia is a multi-discipline university in Kazakhstan, offering 57 programs in Engineering, Economics, Law, Natural science, and Humanities. Wikipedia.

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Khamzin A.S.,Innovative University of Eurasia | Khamzina Z.A.,Kazakh National University named after Abai | Oryntayev Z.K.,South Kazakhstan State University | Alshurazova R.A.,South Kazakhstan State University | And 2 more authors.
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The study deals with a comprehensive analysis of constitutional fundamentals of state administration of the social sphere in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The content of the constitutional law social sphere institution is unfolded by means of the inter-sectoral analysis of legal regulations of which it consists and the inter-disciplinary study of the elements of its structure. The essence and the content of state administration of the social sphere in the contemporary environment of the Republic of Kazakhstan is presented in correlation with related areas of administration. The authors studied the organization of public authorities in the social sphere and examined the specifics of activities of appropriate public authorities. A special attention was paid to the issues of efficient realization of the administrative and legal and social reforms in this area of social relations. The practical value is that the submissions can be useful for the improvement of the provisions of the effective legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan and of practices of applying the law in the context of the process of the progressive formation of the Republic of Kazakhstan as a social welfare state. © 2016 Khamzin et al.

Altaibaeva Z.,Innovative University of Eurasia | Bauer-Kenzhebolatova M.,S. Seifullin Kazakh Agro Technical University | Zhaltyrova O.,Innovative University of Eurasia
International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues | Year: 2016

The article presents flour production behavior in the Republic of Kazakhstan, flour export by countries, wheat flour and bread prices. The authors have analyzed the raw materials base of the flour-milling industry (acreage, yield, crop page). Flour is the most important grain-processing product. It is a raw material for the production of such irreplaceable foodstuffs as bread, bake and paste goods that meet an essential part of human daily needs in vital energy and nutrients. Kazakhstan has a substantial grain and flour export potential. Flour export is important for the grain industry of the Republic, and economy of the country in whole. The country ranks among the six biggest grain exporters in the world. This is because Kazakhstani grain has high milling property, and the quality of Kazakhstani flour is rated high in many countries. It enables Kazakhstani flour to be competitive on the world market and to ensure end markets in different countries. Kazakhstani flour is exported mainly to Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan (90-92% of flour export). A part of local flour is exported to Kirgizia, Turkmenistan and Mongolia. Kazakhstan rapidly develops its grain-processing industry. Grain processing means not only flour production, it includes motor and railway transport, internal and external commercial operations, electricity consumption, etc. The authors present priorities and solutions for the flour-milling industry. © 2016, Econjournals. All rights reserved.

Zaitseva N.M.,Innovative University of Eurasia | Isabekova B.B.,Pavlodar State University | Kletsel' M.Y.,Tomsk Polytechnic University
Russian Electrical Engineering | Year: 2015

This paper is dedicated to the development of techniques allowing for design solutions to be refined on grounding devices. The resistivity is used in the design of grounders in dependence on the soil humidity, temperature, and density. To determine soil humidity at the depth of soil occurrence, two models are used: depending on the season at a depth of up to 1 m and depending on the level of groundwaters at depths of more than 1 m. The models are developed based on the fuzzy logic theory and data from water stations and geological exploration. The technique and corresponding dependencies are used to find the temperature of soil layers during a year and calculate soil resistivity. Temperature was simulated based on the Fourier theory of thermal conductivity and data from weather stations. It is shown that these methods and dependencies allow one to calculate more precisely the resistances of grounders at the design stage. The obtained in vitro dependencies of soil resistivity on the soil humidity and density are considered. These dependencies allow one to refine the dynamics of change in the grounder resistance from the time of installation to complete soil subsidence. © 2015, Allerton Press, Inc.

PubMed | Innovative University of Eurasia and Pavlodar State University
Type: | Journal: Georgian medical news | Year: 2015

Studying of synthesis and anti-inflammatory activity of a number of new derivatives of N-acylsubstituted of thiosemicarbazide and product of their heterocyclization (thiadiazole). In work the following reagents are used: hydrazide of N-morfolinilacetic acids, allil-, benzoil-, 4-brom-benzoil isothiocyanates. IR spectrums of compounds are removed on a spectrometer from Fourier converter by AVATAR-320 in tablets with KBr, 1H NMR spectra were recorded on Bruker DRX500 spectrometer with a frequency of 500 MHz in DMSO-d6 solution relative to internal tetramethylsilane standard. X-ray diffraction analysis was carried out on four circuitous automatic diffractometer Xcalibur. Mass spectra were recorded on a device FINNIGAN MAT.INCOS 50 direct input material with an ionization energy of 70 eV. Thin-layer chromatographic (TLC) analysis was performed on plates Sorbfil system benzene-isopropanol-ammonia 10:5:2, display iodine vapor. Melting point defined on the device Boetius. Anti-inflammatory activity of compounds is studied on white not purebred rats. Statistical processing of results was carried out with use of the software package of Statistica 6,0. The experimental results showed that, among the received new hydrazide derivatives of N-morpholinilacetyc acids are compounds (II-IV and VI), which have anti-inflammatory activity. It is possible that novel anti-inflammatory properties associated with their antibacterial properties due to the presence in their chemical structure and thiosemicarbazides 1,3,4-thiadiazol-2 (3H)-thione fragments. The obtained results allow us to recommend the test compounds for advanced pre-clinical trials to study their properties. Based on N-hydrazide morpholinil acetic acid, a number of new N-acyl-substituted derivatives of thiosemicarbazide is synthesized and described, composition and structure of which is proved by IR, 1H NMR spectroscopy and X-ray analysis. In an experimentation rats is founded anti-inflammatory activity of N-acyl-substituted thiosemicarbazide.

Semenova L.A.,Innovative University of Eurasia | Kazantseva A.I.,Innovative University of Eurasia | Sergeyeva V.V.,Innovative University of Eurasia | Raklova Y.M.,Innovative University of Eurasia | Baiseitova Z.B.,Pavlodar State Pedagogical Institute
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The study covers the problems of pedagogical technologies and their experimental implementation in the learning process. The theoretical aspects of the "studentteacher" interaction are investigated. A structural and functional model of pedagogical interaction is offered, which determines the conditions for improving pedagogical interaction in the educational process: resolving learning situations during the interaction of teachers and students; organizing interaction by combining active teaching techniques that are related to professional activity; focusing members of the pedagogical process on personal interaction and coordinating the roles of interacting persons. Monitoring and diagnostic techniques are suggested for verifying the effectiveness of the model. The paper presents the results of the study of pedagogical interaction and gives recommendations regarding its improvement. © 2016 Semenova et al.

Gaisina S.,Innovative University of Eurasia
Central Asian Survey | Year: 2011

This paper reviews the characteristics of the agricultural credit policy in Kazakhstan with a particular focus on emerging rural financial institutions. It is not easy to evaluate the real effect of credit policies due to the limited funds directed at agricultural production. Kazakhstani experience shows that commercial banks are used almost exclusively to provide agricultural producers with credit, while the new specialized credit institutions emerging in the agricultural sector only cater to a very small fraction of the total demand for credit. Presently, there are discussions in Kazakhstan concerning the creation of a specialized agricultural bank; however, this idea has some shortcomings that should be taken into consideration. Lack of credit is one of the main reasons for insufficient investment in agriculture. The underdeveloped land market in Kazakhstan makes formal credit institutions very cautious about accepting agricultural land as collateral.© 2011 Southseries Inc.

Kakbaevna T.Z.,Pavlodar State Pedagogical Institute | Eglambekovych K.C.,Pavlodar State Pedagogical Institute | Anna A.,Pavlodar State Pedagogical Institute | Abuovna K.G.,Innovative University of Eurasia
Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia | Year: 2015

The article describes the concept of an electronic textbook on Biology in English, developed for the purpose of implementing multilingual education in the secondary schools of the Republic of Kazakhstan with Russian as a language of instruction. The described type of the electronic textbook is a closed one; its advantages over the open type are revealed. The advantages of the electronic textbook compared with a conventional one (paper) are explained, in particular, its didactic possibilities concerning polyperceptual impact on a student's perception, control over the assimilation of knowledge and skills, interactive process of assimilation and control. Basic methodological principles of the electronic textbook are determined: teaching a subject through the English language; modular and thematic principle of the textbook content; minimizing the theoretical text material, the emphasis on voicing and visualization of the content; technical accessibility for main users-subject teachers and students. The structure of the textbook, which consists of three main components, is presented in detail: presentation, training and supervision. Adobe Flash CS4 is chosen as a lookup programme for the textbook. The programme has wide interactive and animation capabilities that are sufficiently technically available for the main users-subject teachers and students. The article also deals with the problems of translation of biological terminology into English.

Glazachev A.V.,Tomsk Polytechnic University | Dementyev Y.N.,Tomsk Polytechnic University | Negodin K.N.,Tomsk Polytechnic University | Umursakova A.D.,Innovative University of Eurasia
EPJ Web of Conferences | Year: 2016

The article gives the mathematical description of an asynchronous motor with the indirect control of the output mechanical variables of an asynchronous motor in the electric drive. To determine the electromagnetic torque and angular velocity of the asynchronous motor in the electric drive the mathematical description is used in which the values are determined by the readings of the motor and easily measured values by means of known in practice devices. The proposed in the article the mathematical description for the indirect measuring the electromagnetic torque and angular velocity of the asynchronous motor in the electric drive does not contain the integral components that introduce the great error into the value of the controlled electromagnetic torque and angular velocity. © Owned by the authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2016.

Temirgazina Z.K.,Pavlodar State Pedagogical Institute | Orazalinova K.A.,Innovative University of Eurasia | Khamitova G.A.,Innovative University of Eurasia
Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences | Year: 2016

The article presents the results of the work on the creation of a bilingual (English-Russian) learner's terminological dictionary of biology for Kazakhstan schools with Russian as the language of instruction. The dictionary has been designed on the basis of the previously developed electronic textbook on biology in English for pupils of 7-8 classes of secondary school with Russian language of instruction and forms a unified educational complex. The following principles of the dictionary were selected as the most important methodological and didactic ones: Content based integrated learning; appropriateness of the principle of teaching methods; minimization of the linguistic material. The article details the main stages of the work on the dictionary, lexicographical principles of its preparation and introduction of entries of terms, describes some derivation and translation features of the specialized vocabulary of biology, presents some guidelines on the use of vocabulary in the educational process (exemplary tasks for working with biological terms and concepts at different stages of training). This dictionary has some practical value and will be in demand among teachers of biology in those secondary schools of Kazakhstan where polylingual training is implemented.

Pritvorova T.,Innovative University of Eurasia | Baibasheva G.,Innovative University of Eurasia | Kaidarova S.,Innovative University of Eurasia
Life Science Journal | Year: 2013

The article deals with the issues of involvement of the public sector of the economy of Kazakhstan in the formation of incomes and expenditures of households. The authors use the method of the system of national accounts - 93 and evaluate dynamics and structure of the household sector income indicators based on it.

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