25 September 2017 in the Museum named after A. S. Pushkin took place the solemn event devoted to the arrival of the poet from 21 to 23 September 1833 in the city of Uralsk, under the guidance of a teacher of Russian Philology, associate Professor of Selegaline Gulnara Umarova. The hall was full of first-year students of Russian Philology who visited this Museum for the first time, and also took a very active part in this event. Leading the evening were students of the fourth year of the faculty of Philology – Kazi Albina and Gantemirov Almagul. The guest of honor of the event was the Vice-Consul of the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Uralsk – Volkov Vladimir Alexandrovich.

As the presenters said, it is no coincidence that they hold this event on September 25. Pushkin traveled a lot in his life. So in 1833 on September 21-23 Pushkin went on a long journey - from St. Petersburg to Moscow, and from there – to Orenburg and Uralsk. The purpose of Pushkin's visit to Uralsk was to collect materials for the book “the history of the Pugachev rebellion” and the story “captain's daughter”. Pushkin wrote in the magazine "Contemporary “in 1836:" I visited the places where the main events of the era, I described, checking the dead documents with the words of still living, but already elderly witnesses, and again checking their decrepit memory of historical criticism."To this end, Pushkin visited the oldest district of the city – Kureni. For forty days, Alexander traveled to places associated with the uprising led by Yemelyan Pugachev and achieved his goal by writing his famous work.

Gulnara Sidegalievna explained to students that Uralsk is the only city of modern Kazakhstan, which was visited by the classic of Russian literature Alexander Pushkin, collecting materials for scientific work “history of Pugachev” and the artwork “captain's daughter” . Many scientists of wksu have explored Pushkin's heritage: associate Professor Nikolai Fokin, associate Professor; Nikolay G. Evstratov; Nikolai Mikhailovich Sarbanov, which tells us that the oral enriched Pushkin's Oriental materials, in particular the epic of Goats Corpse and Bayan Sulu which , as the researchers believe, made him Makhambet Utemisov; Professor R. A. abuzyarov. Kazakh Pushkiniana also includes studies of linguistic nature, in particular, onomastics. Associate Professor Galina Donskova in the article “Onomastic space: Pushkin and Uralsk” (2006) considered the toponymic units mentioned by Pushkin in the works or places associated with his visit.

First-year students groups RELNS-14, REALMS-12, RYAL-12 PHIL-12 Zholdybaeva akerke, Fomichev Darya, Alexey Rodionov, Ayupova Nazim, Kamalova Aizada, Sadykova, bakytgul, Amanbaev Miras and angelina Zadorozhnaya expressive read poems by immersing us in the Pushkin poetry. It is worth noting that every year the Department of Russian Philology receives students who have graduated from the Kazakh school and, despite the difficulties and the language barrier, are happy to learn and read the works of Russian poets and writers. At the end of the event, Vice-Consul And teacher G. S. Umarov was especially noted Sadykova Bakytgul, perfectly read a huge passage from the” Letter of Tatiana " and Amanbayev Miras, who impressed the audience with his knowledge of Pushkin's poems and his amazing reading them by heart. Also at the end of the evening Vice-Consul presented Miras on behalf of the Consulate General of the Russian Federation an excellent encyclopedia dedicated to Pushkin.

Gulnara Sedegliano reminded students that our UNIVERSITY has extensive experience in the preparation of teachers and 85 years of history, and the Museum of A. S. Pushkin in Uralsk was opened on the basis of what the scientists of wksu have proved that the poet was in oral.

"Pushkin is not the first, but the best poet of all time. All poets were equal to Pushkin. I am pleased that there is an opportunity to give your University art and historical books by Alexander Sergeyevich.",- said Vladimir Alexandrovich. He promised that he would attend all the events dedicated to Pushkin and help the best students of our University to visit the beautiful city of St. Petersburg. Thanked students words " good Fellows, that teach Pushkin!". Teacher G. S. Umarova also said "thank you" to students, encouraged them to do science and open a new Pushkin.

It is worth noting that in Kazakhstan, namely in the oral three times annually – in June, the day of birth; in September, in the days of the oral poet in January, with the date of the death of Pushkin, celebrated Days of poetry of the first Russian poet. At the end of the evening, philologists promised “ " and we, future teachers of Russian literature, will try to instill a love for Pushkin's poetry in our students” and took pictures.

Prepared Altyngul DAULETBAEVA, Phil/p-32