Iran, India Carry Out 11 Research Projects

Sunday, May 26, 2019 - 10:22

The director of International Academic and Scientific Relations and International Student Affairs of the Ferdowsi University of Mashhad has announced that 11 research projects have been carried out by Iranian and Indian universities.

According to an ISCA report, Dr. Ehsan Ghabool stated that Ferdowsi University of Mashhad has been responsible to build relationship with Indian universities for 2 years, also a workshop was run with the presence of 23 Iranian universities and research Institutes and 23 Indian universities as well.

He added that Iran and India carried out 11 research projects which mainly focused on water and agriculture last year, “due to the country’s budget problem, members of the workshop decided to establish a mutual fund in order to supply projects’ budget themselves.”

As Dr. Ghabool noted, if the fund's financial credit is provided, we will call universities to present their research projects. Most of the Indian universities are interested in cooperating in the fields of science, agriculture and engineering, “In the field of humanities and Persian language, Indian side is willing to collaborate with Saadi Foundation that is active in these fields for free.”

Saadi Foundation is like a rosary band that connects scholars and others active in the field of Persian language and literature. The foundation is a non-governmental organization that promotes the cause of Persian language and literature.


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