|Minister of Education and Science|
22 September 2010 – 2 September 2013
|Prime Minister||Karim Massimov|
|Preceded by||Zhanseit Tuymenbayev|
|Succeeded by||Aslan Sarinzhipov|
|Born||18 August 1953|
Almaty Region, Soviet Union
|Political party||Nur Otan|
Bakhytzhan Zhumagulov (Kazakh: Бақытжан Тұрсынұлы Жұмағұлов, Baqytjan Tursynuly Jumaǵulov; born 18 August 1953) is a Kazakh politician who was Chairman of Otan and after renamed Nur Otan, the largest political party in Kazakhstan. and acting chairman of Nur Otan party, created by merging a number of other parties into Otan.
Zhumagulov told reporters in a news conference in Astana on 25 September 2006 that Otan and Asar political parties officially merged. "In all, the merged Otan party has a membership of 700,000, which makes it the country's largest political party."
From 2010 to 2013, he held the post of Minister of Education and Science.
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