From Graduate to Student Project: It is Strong-Willed People Who Succeed

On November 22 of this year the Alumni Association and Personal Growth Club held a seminar entitled “21900” under the From Graduate to Student Project. The seminar was conducted by a graduate of the Faculty of Theology of KTMU, the founder of the Personal Growth Club, Ayazbek Atamkulov.

During the seminar Ayazbek Atamkulov mainly shared some of the sayings of great men, and spoke about his experience. Moreover, he explained the seminar’s title that evoked the interest of the majority as follows: “On average, an individual lives 60 years. Successful people reach their peak by the age of 60. On this basis, I multiplied 365 days by 60 years, and entitled it 21900,” Atamkulov said.
In addition, he recited a poem he dedicated to Prophet Muhammad, entitled “Saga Bolgon Makhabat” (Kyrgyz Love for You).

During his speech he said: “After finishing a piece of work, you should move on to the next one. I believe that success always comes with hard work. Above all, it is important to be able to view the work in progress from different angles.” Atamkulov encouraged the students to concentrate their knowledge, work, and efforts in the right direction.
At the end of the event Atamkulov answered the questions given by Seyil Nazhimudinova, a graduate of KTMU, lecturer at the Department of Management, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Management who conducted a seminar last week, and the students. The authors of the best questions were presented with gifts.

Moreover, the organizers presented an Appreciation Certificate to . Ayazbek Atamkulov.

Prepared by: Adinai Kurmanova

Translated by: Bermet Kodjosheva