Turkcell will keep the name of Engineer Müjdat Kamotar, who worked in the infrastructure operations department for 22 years, alive with the kindergarten he built. The school, named after Kamotar, who died in 2018 as a result of a sudden illness, was transferred to the Ministry of National Education. A total of 100 students will receive education at the school, which is built on land donated by the Kamotar family in the Peçenek District of the Pursaklar district of the capital Ankara, and consists of 4 classrooms.
Pursaklar District Governor Mehmet Yıldız, Pursaklar Mayor Ertuğrul Çetin, Ankara Provincial National Education Deputy Director Yusuf Ziya Yıldırım, as well as Turkcell General Manager Murat Erkan and Turkcell executives attended the opening ceremony of the school, which was put into service on Müjdat Kamotar’s birthday (September 2).
Making a speech at the opening, Turkcell General Manager Murat Erkan said:
As Turkey’s Turkcell, we strive to add value to our country in every field, together with all our employees. One of these employees was Müjdat Kamotar, who was very popular in our company but left us untimely. We wanted to fulfill our loyalty debt to him by immortalizing the name of our friend Müjdat, who makes everyone’s life easier and better. We are proud of the opening of this kindergarten, which we have built on this land in the Peçenek District allocated by his family, in order to be instrumental in the training of many successful engineers like him. It is really meaningful and valuable for all of us that this school bears the name of my late colleague Müjdat Kamotar, who believes in the importance of education. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our Ministry of National Education, especially the Kamotar family, and everyone who contributed to the construction of the school.”
Müjdat Kamotar Kindergarten, which was opened, was established on a land of 817 square meters. With a capacity of 100 students and a closed area of 616 square meters, the school has a total of 4 classrooms.