IAU Research and Technology Deputy:

IAU Students’ Courses To be Designed Based on "Azad Payesh Plan"

Saturday, December 8, 2018 - 12:41

The deputy of IAU Research and Technology has stated that the university courses will be changed based on the "Azad Payesh Plan".

According to IAU Public Relations, Dr. Bijan Ranjbar stated that identifying the country’s priority issues and presenting targeted and practical policies and strategies are the university’s necessities.

During the Energy and Material Science Festival hosted by Islamic Azad University, Dr. Ranjbar stated that realizing this goal requires creating a national network of scholars, researchers and elites, in various fields of science and technology, in order to present appropriate patterns based on the upstream documents and Islamic- Iranian community.

The IAU deputy of Research and Technology also noted that despite the significant growth in higher education, there are still confusion and inefficiency in research and development which education-centered system is the main reason of that.

Dr. Ranjbar noted that with a million and half students and twenty-five thousand faculty members, Islamic Azad University includes 40% of the country’s higher education, which helps it moves toward forming a coherent research network as well as turning science into wealth.

He declared that "Azad Payash Plan", referring to an Effective Unified Research Network, has been run in order to be pioneer in one of the most important challenges of the country, solve the problems and create a huge revolution in the country’s higher education system.

The IAU deputy of Research and Technology also said that the university has the potential of becoming a problem solving organization in the country.

He finally concluded that running such festivals are the symbols of applying "Azad Payash Plan".

In this festival, Iran’s Deputy Minister of Petroleum Amir Hossein Zamaninia also noted that signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Ministry of Petroleum and universities are promoting university-industry collaboration in the country.

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