90th anniversary of the birth of Vladimir Tlostanov
There is immortality. It is in the activities of people
in the results of spiritual and material activities
of a person who have become an objective real value
for the society as a whole and for the next generation coming from behind in the first place.
From the diary of V.K. Tlostanov
90 years since the birth of Vladimir Tlostanov Vladimir Kalimetovich Tlostanov was born on May 2, 1931 in the village. Aushiger of the Kabardino-Balkarian Autonomous Region. In 1937 the family moved to Nalchik.
Tlostanov V.K. — Graduate of the Faculty of Philosophy, Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Professor.
He worked as the rector of the Kabardino-Balkarian State University from 1973 until his death in 1994.
He was a deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the KBASSR in 1959, as well as from 1975 to 1989; Deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR — in 1989
Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council of the KBASSR — in 1985 — 1990.
Vladimir Tlostanov is considered one of the most erudite, intellectual representatives of the intelligentsia of Kabardino-Balkaria. A major organizer of education and science, a politician and statesman made a great contribution to the development of not only our region and the Russian Federation as a whole, but also the Soviet Union.
Amazing abilities, incredible dedication, organization, competence and breadth of horizons of Vladimir Kalimetovich won him great respect from his colleagues, everyone who communicated with him.
Both in the years of stability and in the post-reform period of the late 1980s and early 1990s, V.K. Tlostanov ensured the sustainable development of the university led by him, achieved a qualitative increase in the material, technical, scientific and pedagogical potential of KBSU. This became possible due to the rector’s deep understanding of not only the specific, professional aspects of the functioning of the university, but also the place of the university in national and national-cultural processes.
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