My name is Brzhanov Rashit Temerzhanovich and I am citizen of Republic Kazakhstan.I was born in November 29, 1956 in Omsk city, Russian Federation.

In 1963 I entered secondary school №29 in Omsk city, Russian Federation and graduated in 1973.

In the years 1973-1974. I worked at the plant of iron-concrete products in Omsk, Russia.

In the years 1974-1975. I Entered to working faculty of SibADI named after V.V. Kuibyshev as a listener, Omsk, Russia.

In 1975-1977 I served in Soviet Army, built the Baikal-Amur Mainline in the Khabarovsk Territory.

In 1977 I was appointed to the faculty of industrial and civil buildings construction SibADI named Kuibyshev in Omsk city, Russia, and graduated with a degree of engineering in 1982. Upon completion of the institute, I was distributed to the Petropavlovsk branch of KarPTI, in Petropavlovsk city, and worked there as an assistant to the department "Construction".

In 1984-1986 I was directed to the scientific and pedagogical internship of SibADI named after V.V. Kuibyshev in Omsk city, Russia. After the internship  I enrolled in full-time postgraduate study in SibADI named Kuibyshev, after graduation was directed to Petropavlovsk branch KarPTI as a teacher of department name is "Construction".

In 1991 I defended my thesis on specialty 05.23.05- Building materials and products at the Belarusian Polytechnic Institute, Minsk, Republic of Belarus.

In 2001, I was awarded the academic title of Associate Professor of Construction.

Until 2008 I worked at the North Kazakhstan State University named after M.Kozybaev, the name Petropavlovsk branch of KarPTI since 1995 began. Worked in various positions: teacher, assistant professor, head of the department "Construction".

In 2008 I was invited to KGUTI named after Sh. Esenov to the department name s "Construction" for the post of professor of the department. Since then I have been working at this department.

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