Assalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh!
I am a second-year student at the Islamic Institute named after Nursultan Kubanychbekov "Kutayba ibn Muslim". God willing, I became a participant in the D-STAR project implemented by AVEP, funded by the US Embassy in Kyrgyzstan. As part of this project, I received a computer course and a certificate. I was already interested in computers because the profession I learned was very useful for me. "Seventy skills are not enough for a young man," he said.
The course was very interesting. Our teacher was easy to explain. From the computer, we first got acquainted with the computer, and then went through the office programs necessary for modern life. Currently, students in this course work on the computer services of the Institute.
This project helps many madrassa students to learn a trade. For this active, tireless work, we would like to thank all the organizers, financiers, leaders, contributors and educators of this project, including the teachers who worked at the Secom Training and Education Center, especially for their experience, patience and care. I would like to thank Mr. Erjan for teaching me with grief.
I wish this project success and even more success!
Nursultan Kubanychbekov, a student of the institute
This project was funded by the US Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic. The opinions, conclusions and conclusions, or recommendations expressed herein represent the views of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the US Department of State.