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News ID: 16164
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Publish Date: 19:01 - 25 November 2017
TEHRAN, November 25 - Iran and Pakistan are going to expand bilateral cooperation in educational, health and treatment fields.

Iran, Pakistan to expand bilateral educational cooperationTEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - A Pakistani delegation led by Pakistani health minister and managers of Pakistani health systems met with Iranian Deputy Health Minister for Education Bagher Larijani.

During the meeting, Larijani outlined Iran’s achievements in educational field in medical sciences, saying Iran stands 16th in terms of its articles in various fields in SCOPUS.

In May 2016, a group of Iranian delegates consisting of a representative of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology (MSRT), Sistan and Baluchestan University, Science and Technology Park of the South Province of Khorasan travelled to Islam Abad in Pakistan, to hold their first joint-committee meeting with their Pakistani counterparts.

The Pakistani Joint-Committee consisted of chancellor of Pakistan’s Science Foundation, representative of Pakistan’s Science, Research and Industrial council, higher education commission, National University of Science and Technology, and Comstas Institute of Information Technology.

The members of this committee discussed expansion of mutual scientific research cooperation between the two countries, in the fields of exchanging students, faculty members and university and higher education staff, undertaking Joint Venture Research projects, exchange of experiences in establishing a joint department, and establishing and managing Science and Technology parks.



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