The staff and students of our College congratulate you on Day of the National symbols Day of the Republic of Kazakhstan!
The Flag of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Flag is one of the main symbols of the state that represents its sovereignty and identity. The Flag of sovereign Kazakhstan was officially adopted in 1992. It was designed by Shaken Niyazbekov. The State Flag of the Republic of Kazakhstan is a rectangular breadth of blue colour with the image of the sun in its center with a soaring steppe eagle underneath. The images of the sun, rays, eagle and ornament are of golden colour. In heraldry each colour has its own specific meaning. Thus, a blue-sky colour symbolizes honesty, fidelity and integrity. Moreover, the blue-sky colour has a deep symbolic meaning in Turkic culture. The ancient Turkic peoples always worship the Sky as their God, and their blue-sky banner symbolized devotion to Father Ancestor. The blue colour of the State Flag of Kazakhstan means pure sky, peace and prosperity, and self-colour of the background represents the unity of our country.
The Emblem of the Republic of Kazakhstan
The Emblem is one of the main symbols of the state. The history is an evidence of the fact that the nomads of the Bronze Age that inhabited the territory of modern Kazakhstan identified themselves with a special symbol which is called totem. Its graphical expression further got the name “tamga”. This term has been for the first time used in the Turkic Khaganate. The Emblem of the sovereign Kazakhstan was officially adopted in 1992. The authors of the State Emblem are Kazakhstan’s famous architects Zhandarbek Malibekov and Shot-Aman Ualikhanov.
National Anthem of the Republic of Kazakhstan
The Anthem is one of the main symbols of the state. The Anthem serves as an important sound symbol with a key value for the effective socio-political consolidation and ethnocultural identification of citizens of the country. In the history of sovereign Kazakhstan the national anthem was adopted two times: in 1992 and 2006.