Atatürk Principles and Revolutions Research Centre

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The History of Research Centre
“Ataturk’s Principles and Revolution History Research Centre” was established on the basis of number 34/21 act under the presidency of the Near East University based on the decision of the Near East University senate at the date of 6 December 2001.

Aims and Objectives
The aim of the centre is to raise generations who love their nation and know their responsibility against the state and believe the idea of Ataturk’s Principles and History of Turkish revolution and TRNC Constitution which is based on the Ataturk’s Principles and History of Turkish Revolution which this will enable to protect the national unity and integrity, to continue the existing situation moving it to forward positions. Another purpose of the Centre is to build a Library relating to Ataturk’s Principles and History of Turkish Revolution and to support the education which this will lead to create an archive including books, voice records, CDs, films. Therefore this will allow publishing the books and articles about the Ataturk’s Principles and History of Turkish Revolution by providing the essential devices. Another aim of the Research Centre is plan and organise the work of the students who study the Ataturk’s Principles and Reforms, to provide an environment for the students where they can freely discuss their opinions at the national days.

Atatürk Principles and Revolutions Research Centre

Mission
The mission of our university is to raise generations who love their nation and know their responsibility against the state and believe the idea of Ataturk’s Principles and History of Turkish revolution and Constitution. Therefore “Ataturk Research Centre of the Near East University” was established to support and education based on the Ataturk’s Principles and Revolutions.

Vision
The vision of the Centre is to raise modern and well-informed students who can improve themselves by using their knowledge in order to protect the nation and the culture.