November 29, 2019 at the Department "Standardization, certification and Metrology" was held an open curatorial hour with a group of SIS-21 on the topic: "Preservation of tolerance and interethnic harmony and the formation of immunity against destructive religious ideology" (curator-acting associate Professor, candidate of technical Sciences Kilibaev Erkebulan Omirlievich).
Head of the Department “Standardization, certification and Metrology”, Ph. D., Professor Baihozhaeva Bahytkul Uzakkyzy opened event,: "Kazakhstan is a secular state, which has proclaimed the freedom of religion. The country has a policy of respecting all the world's traditional religions. There are adherents of Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism, as well as adherents of extremist religious movements. The preservation of tolerance and interethnic harmony is the most important factor in ensuring peace, stability and economic progress in Kazakhstan".
Students group Kairollayeva Enlik, Berkimbay Inkar and Kairgalieva Aizat made to your own presentations on the subject of the curatorial hours.
In their reports, they noted that "Destructive religious movements" pose a threat to public safety, the institution of marriage and the family, physical and mental health.
The curator of the group Kilibayev E.O. noted that recently in the country many non-traditional religious organizations are actively campaigning, which attract the unemployed, who have not found their place in life, who are in spiritual search, who have not sustained psychological difficulties in the family and personality, who do not know traditional religions, especially young people.