I, Abdullaev Mukhit was born on April 29, 1950 in Turkestan, South Kazakhstan region. In 1967 he graduated from secondary school number 386 in Turkestan with a silver medal. In the same 1967, he entered the Kazakh Polytechnic Institute in Alma-Ata. After graduating in 1972, he received a diploma of an electrical engineer with a degree in Automation and Telemechanics. Since 1972, he worked in the direction of the water management system of the Kazakh SSR. He started as an engineer and reached the chief specialist of the Kazzakh branch of the Soyuzorgtekhvodstroy design organization of the USSR Ministry of Water Resources. He got married on August 24, 1974. Primbetov's wife Bayan gave birth to two sons and a daughter. In 1976, he transferred to work as a shift supervisor of the BESM 4M KazPTI computer. He worked at KazPTI-KazNTU until 2013. He started with the shift supervisor and reached the head of the Department of "Electronics of Computing Equipment" of KazNTU. In 2000, they won a grant on the topic "Technology for obtaining silicon of the first redistribution" under the guidance of Professor Tynyshtykbayev and the support of the then Rector of KazNTU Suleev Dosym Kasymovich. In 2001, having delivered a blast furnace to the IRZK in Pervomaisk, East Kazakhstan Region received silicon with a purity of 90-95% for the first time in Kazakhstan. The grant was continued later by others and they did nothing but the article. From 1983 to 1986 he studied at the full-time postgraduate school of the Moscow State Technical University. He defended his PhD thesis in 1988. He received the title of Candidate of Technical Sciences in the specialty "Management in technical systems". From 1979 to 1982, he was on a business trip abroad to the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen. In 2013, he retired and transferred to work at the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University at the Department of FTT and SF. He taught and prepared bachelors and masters in the specialty "Radio engineering, electronics and telecommunications".