Tselinograd district is an administrative unit of the Akmola region of Kazakhstan . The administrative center is the village of Akmol (Robin).
|Included in||Akmola region|
|Includes||18 rural districts|
|Akim||Tatkeev Malgazhdar Sattarovich|
|History and Geography|
|Date of formation||January 17, 1928|
|Area||7 887.85  km²|
|Population||75 393  people ( 2018 )|
|Nationalities||Kazakhs (79.02%) , Russians (11.61%) , Germans (1.95%) , Ukrainians (1.85%) , Belarusians (1.03%) , Tatars (1.34%) , Poles ( 0.50%) |
|Postal codes||010016-010029 |
It is located in the southeast of the Akmola region , where it borders on the Karaganda region . The territory of the district is divided into two parts by a city of republican significance - the country's capital Nur-Sultan (the former names of which were Akmolinsk, Tselinograd, Akmola and Astana).
The area of the district is 7 888 km² (788 785 ha), including 6 001.52 km² (600 152 ha) of farmland, of which arable land is 3 396.85 km² (339 685 ha), 281.54 km² (28 154 ha) hayfields, 2,252.85 km² (252,285 ha) of pastures, 49.74 km² (4,974 ha) of deposits, 792.47 km² (79,247 ha) of settlement land, 446.19 km² (44,619 ha) of forest land , 183.33 km² (18 333 ha) of land of the water fund, 321.34 km² (32 134 ha) of non-agricultural land, 130.93 km² (13 093 ha) of reserve land  .
The district was formed on January 17, 1928 under the name Akmolinsky from the Akmola and partially Yereyme and Ishim volosts of the Akmola district as part of the Akmola district with an administrative center in Akmola . On June 30, 1940, the district center was moved to the villages of Novoishimka and Semenovka , located at a distance of 2.5 kilometers from each other, and in 1949 to the village of Kirovo (now the village of Koktal in the Saryarkinsky district of Astana ). In 1961, the district was renamed Tselinogradsky   .
In accordance with Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated January 9, 2007 No. 243, the district center was relocated to the village of Malinovka, which in the same year was renamed Akmol  .
Administrative division of the district: 
|Rural area / city||Population,|
|Akmol aul district||6143||Otemis village (until January 16, 1998 Rodionovka), Akmol village (until May 22, 2007 Robin)|
|Kabanbay batyr rural district||5937||Kyzylzhar village, Nura village, Saryadyr village, Kabanbai Batyr village (until October 31, 2001 Rozhdestvenka)|
|Karaotkel rural district||5234||Zhanazhol village, Karazhar village, Karaotkel aul (until September 29, 2006 Ilyinka)|
|Kosshynsky rural district||5731||Kosshy village (until May 14, 2010 Koshchi), Taitobe village, Goslemstantsiya (abolished on December 10, 2009)|
|Koyandinsky rural district||3868||Koyandy village, Malotimofeevka village, Shubar village|
|Krasnoyarsk rural district||2776||Zhangyzkuduk village, Krasnoyarka village|
|Maksimovsky rural district||4049||Maksimovka village, Zhaynak village, Tonkeris village, Porcelovoy village (until January 20, 2010 the village), Kosshoky station|
|Manshuksky rural district||817||Manshuk village|
|Novoishimsky rural district||3431||Mortyk village, Novoishimka village, Semenovka village|
|Nuresilsky rural district||2598||Nuresil village, Razdolnoye village, Zhana Zhaynak village (until October 3, 2007 New building)|
|Orazaksky rural district||1825||Birlik village, Orazak village (until August 7, 1998 the Red Flag)|
|Prirechensky rural district||1436||Antonovka village, Prirechnoe village|
|Homeland Rural District||1721||Zeleny Gai village, Rodina aul (before 20.01.2010, Priozernoye village), Sadovoye village|
|Rakhymzhan Koshkarbayeva aul district||2516||Aganas village, Preobrazhenka village, Shnet village, Rakhymzhan Koshkarbaev village (until March 16, 2006 Romanovka), Sarykol village (until September 29, 2006 Pavlogradka)|
|Sofievsky rural district||2106||the village of Minovka, the village of Sofievka (the former village of Apolonovka was included in the structure of the village of Sofievka on January 20, 2010)|
|Talapker rural district||5007||Kazhymukan village, Kyzylsuat village, Talapker village, junction number 96|
|Pasta rural district||1895||Akmechet village (until November 24, 1999 Pokrovka), the village of Tasty (until 20.01.2010 Lugovoye), junction number 93, Tastak station|
|Shalkar rural district||1260||Egindykol village (until May 14, 2010 Egindykol), Karatomar village, Otautusken village|
The population as of 2007 was 42 600 people, as of January 1, 2010 - 43 007 inhabitants. The natural population growth in 2007 was + 91 people. The balance of migration + 484 people. The economically active population in 2007 amounted to 20.1 thousand people, including 17.8 thousand people employed in the economy. In accordance with the passport of socio-economic development for 2011, the population was 59,810 people.
National composition (as of January 1, 2018 ): 
- Kazakhs - 59 575 people. (79.02%)
- Russians - 8,750 (11.61%)
- Germans - 1,467 people (1.95%)
- Ukrainians - 1 392 people. (1.85%)
- Tatars - 1,009 people (1.34%)
- Belarusians - 775 people (1.03%)
- Poles - 375 people (0.50%)
- Koreans - 201 people (0.27%)
- Bashkirs - 147 people. (0.19%)
- Moldavians - 134 people (0.18%)
- Chechens - 103 people. (0.14%)
- Udmurts - 60 people. (0.08%)
- others - 1,405 (1.86%)
- In total - 75,393 people. (100.00%)
There are 28 agricultural enterprises and 216 peasant farms in the region.
There are 44 comprehensive schools in the district, in which 9 558 students are studying. In 15 schools, instruction is in the Kazakh language , in 3 in Russian and in 26 mixed studies.
- Information on the socio-economic development of the Tselinograd district for 2014
- The population of the Republic of Kazakhstan by individual ethnic groups at the beginning of 2018. . Statistics Committee of the Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Date of treatment January 10, 2018.
- Postcodes of Kazakhstan
- KSU "State Archive of Tselinograd District . "
- Information portal of the Akim of the Tselinograd District Archival copy of April 20, 2015 on Wayback Machine .
- http://www.stat.kz/p_perepis/DocLib/ 20rus.pdf