Creating Scientific and Technological Added Value, the Agenda of the Second Executive Committee of the CINVU

In the second meeting of the Executive Committee of the CINVU the development of cooperation, strengthening of communications and creating added value of science and technology between the universities of Islamic countries will be examined.

According to the public relations of the CINVU, the second meeting of the Executive Committee of the CINVU with the agenda of approving plans for 2022, planning and targeting to develop future activities, attract new members, determine projects and strengthen inter-university cooperation. Value-added in Islamic countries, taking advantage of the power of elites and new technologies and examining the challenges and obstacles of inter-university cooperation, will be held on Monday, November 1, hosted by Anadolu University in Eskişehir, Turkey.

Accordingly, the created capacities will be the basis for developing cooperation and strengthening scientific and technological relations between the universities of Islamic countries, and the results of the talks will be presented at the third general assembly of the CINVU, which will be hosted by Allama Iqbal University of Pakistan next month.

It is worth mentioning that the COMSTECH Inter-Islamic Network on Virtual Universities, which is called CINVU for short, is one of the networks of the Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation of the member countries of the Islamic Cooperation Organization (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 learning and educational, research, cultural and skills empowerment of students, professors, universities and elites.