Department of agriculture and veterinary
Zhaksylykov Mazhit Tokenuly – head of Department of agriculture and veterinary was born 1954, April 4, in the Chugunak town of Chinese people’s republic. Kazakh, education is higher, 1980 was graduated Tselinograd agricultural institute on specialty “Agronomist”, Moscow state service university on specialty “Lower”. he was began working life June 1972 as a shepherd in the “Kazakhstan” state farm of Taskesken of Ayagoz district of Semipalatinsk region. From 1973 to 1975 was passed service in rows of Soviet Army. In 1975 a worker of the construction in the “Kazakhstan” state farm of Taskesken of Ayagoz district of Semipalatinsk region. From 1975 to 1980 – a student Tselinograd agriculture institute. From 1980 to 1982 as an agronomist of “Kazakhstan” state farm’s №1 section. Since 1982 to 1995 – agronomist, secretary of party committee of teaching experimental farm of Semipalatinsk zoo-technical institute, director, president of the association of small enterprises, “Crop”, director of teaching experimental farm of Semipalatinsk zoo-technical institute in the Bulak village of Zhanasemey district of Semipalatinsk region. From 1995 to 1996 was a chief of Ozerki rural administration, Ozerki village of Zhanasemey district of Semipalatinsk region. From 1996 to 2008 as a head of pleasant farm “Borodulihinskoe”. From February to June 2008 was acting akim, akim of Andreevka rural district. Since June to September 2008 was a head of SE “Department of agriculture of Borodulikha district of East Kazakhstan region”. From October 2008 to December 2011 was a lower LLC “Credit Company Spring” Borodulikha village. From April 2011 till March 2013 - akim of Zhernovka rural district. Since 20, March 2013, order of the Borodulikha district’s akim Gregory Akulov appointed head of Department of Agriculture and veterinary.
Address: EKR, Borodulikha district, Borodulikha village, Tauelsizdik str., 69.
Days of reception: Thursday, Friday.
Hours of reception: 9.00 till 18.00.
Contact phone: 8(723-51)2-22-11.