Strengthening strategic relations and scientific and technological cooperation
The focus of the Inter Islamic Network on Virtual Universities
The second meeting of the Executive Committee of the Inter Islamic Network on virtual Universities will focus on strengthening and developing scientific and technological cooperation between the Inter Islamic Network on Virtual Universities.
According to the public relations of the Inter Islamic Network on Virtual Universities, Dr. Ali Karimi, a Deputy of Strategic and Executive Affairs and Head of the Permanent Secretariat of the CINVU, said: The second meeting of the Executive Committee of the Inter Islamic Network on Virtual Universities And Technology of the Islamic Cooperation Organization (COMSTECH) and senior members of the Executive Committee of the Network of Virtual Universities of the Islamic World from Malaysia, Turkey, Pakistan, Tunisia,Ivory Coast, Syria and Iran, 10 and 11November this year (equal to 1 and 2 November 2021) It is held at Anadolu University in Turkey.
Dr. Karimi-Morid further specified: reviewing the measures taken, identifying existing challenges and defining a new mission for the members of the Executive Committee in order to develop scientific and technological cooperation between the virtual universities of the Islamic world will be on the agenda of the second meeting of the Executive Committee of the CINVU.
The Head of the Permanent Secretariat of the CINVU World also stated: The Third General Assembly of the Virtual Universities Network of the Islamic World with the presence of universities of Islamic countries on 24 and 25 December this year (equivalent to 15 and 16 December 2021) hosted by Allama Iqbal University of Pakistan after An executive committee meeting will be held.
It is worth mentioning that the approval of the statute, the election of the members of the executive committee and the determination of goals and programs were among the measures taken in the first and second assemblies of the Inter Islamic Network on Virtual Universities.
The Inter Islamic Network on Virtual Universities, abbreviated as CINVU, is one of the networks of the Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation of the Member States of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (COMSTECH), which is hosted by the Islamic Republic of Iran. This network is an important and rich base for strengthening and developing public higher education in the virtual context of information technology, which aims to achieve justice in the field of knowledge and thought and deepen and consolidate what has been learned and empowered education, research, culture and skills of students, professors, universities and world elites.