Iranian academy joins network of Muslim world virtual universities
Iran's University of Islamic Denominations, major Islamic academy in the country, has joined the COMSTECH Inter-Islamic Network on Virtual Universities (CINVU) in a ceremony held in Tehran on Monday.
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Seyyed Mohammad Husseini, director of the University of Islamic Denominations and Karim Najafi Barzegar, secretary general of the virtual universities of the world of Islam in this ceremony signed the agreement for mutual cooperation on scientific and educational activities, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
Karim Najafi Barzegar hailed the activities by the University of Islamic Denominations and highlighted Islamic unity as an important issue pursued by the major Islamic academy.
Deputy of the virtual universities of the Muslim world detailed the objectives of COMSTECH Inter-Islamic Network on Virtual Universities (CINVU), its impact on development of Islamic countries and also the benefits of membership in this network.
Seyyed Mohammad Husseini referred to the international mission of the University of Islamic Denominations and expressed hope that its membership at CINVU will expand its relations with other members.
COMSTECH Inter-Islamic Network on Virtual Universities (CINVU), the network of virtual universities of Muslim world has 57 member states from across the globe.
Islamic Republic of Iran as the Host Country of the CINVU has accepted to provide the required administrative, financial and scientific support to make CINVU a viable and successful institution of the COMSTECH.
Proposal for establishment of CINVU was made at the 2011 meeting of Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation (COMSTECH) held in Islamabad in order to strengthen the relationship and to improve the scientific, educational, academic research and technological collaborations among the Islamic countries.