Next year, the Turkmen National Institute of World Languages named after D. Azadi is preparing to celebrate its 40th anniversary, and enthusiasts from among teachers and Institute Administration intend publishing a collection of materials "School of Mentors" about the honored veterans of this educational institution.
According to the publication "Turkmenistan: the Golden Age", first of all, the attention of researchers is drawn to those who stood at the origins of the Institute’s establishment – the teachers of the first wave.
One of the talented teachers of the Institute was Lyubov Ankarovna Taylieva. In 1972, she graduated from the Gorky Turkmen State University (TSU) with a degree in philology, a teacher of Russian language and literature. Then she took postgraduate studies at the TSU, and after defending her Candidate of Sciences thesis, she started acting as a teacher at the Department of Literature of the Institute. After a short time, she was already a Senior Lecturer and at the same time, she completed her studies at the Department of Philosophy of the TSU Public Department.
After opening of the Pedagogical Institute of Russian Language and Literature in 1984, Lyubov Ankarovna began working at a new Institute and a year later, she was the Head of the Department, she was awarded the title of Associate Professor. Later, she worked as the Dean of the Faculty of Russian Language and Literature.
For her self-sacrificing labor, she was repeatedly awarded certificates of honor, and in 1996, by the Decree of the President of Turkmenistan L. Taylieva was awarded the medal "For Love to Fatherland". In 2006, she was awarded the honorary title of "Veteran of Labor".
Lyubov Ankarovna Taylieva would have turned 72 this year.